Fave Finds: Georgia’s Fluttery 1970′s Dress

Who: Georgia, student from New Zealand

What: Burgundy 1970′s fluttery dress

Where: Thrift store

How Much: $4

When I Use It: “Far too much! It is a chronic re-offending piece in my wardrobe. The only downside to it is the millions of buttons down the front that take forever to do up.”

Shopping Tips: “Look at everything in the store. EVERYTHING. Especially when thrifting. You never know what gorgeous morsel might be dropped on the floor or put back in the wrong section. I scour menswear, sleepwear, and everywhere else I can possibly look.”

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4 Responses to Fave Finds: Georgia’s Fluttery 1970′s Dress

  1. Kristina 10/19/2011 at 8:36 am #

    I love dress!

  2. agnesdeer 10/19/2011 at 12:37 pm #

    She looks SO beautiful!

    http://fromheretofashion.blogspot.com/

  3. Lauren Helen 10/20/2011 at 1:50 pm #

    I agree – my mum fortunately taught me about efficient shopping from a young age. Even in a mall, when I’m not thrifting, I’ll look through every item because people always shove stuff in the wrong section or sometimes even hide stuff so that they can come back later but then never do… :)

    x
    culinarilychallenged.blogspot.com

  4. unpetitfauve 10/25/2011 at 9:48 pm #

    Ooh, that is a great 70′s piece! I love all those little buttons.

    http://unpetitfauve.wordpress.com

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