Fashion Revolution: the denim collection

Week 3 of Fashion Revolution month will give you a peek into my closet and showcase some of my favourite second-hand items, along with the stories that come with each piece. Today I will be featuring my denim collection! 

| Forever 21 – Buffalo Exchange – $10 | This was the first pair of high-waisted jeans I ever thrifted! I was surprised when I saw the brand because these jeans seemed way too cool to be from Forever 21. Wearing these jeans reminds me of my travels to San Francisco and I love them dearly ❤

| Bought from a friend – $5 | My wonderful, very well-dressed friend Desi was selling a bunch of his old clothes for super cheap back in the fall and I went full out… This was one of the items I picked up that day and they are just the cutest! I will probably never get over how adorable they are.

| Levi’s – hand-me-down | This incredible Levi’s jacket was first my dad’s, then my brother’s, and now mine. All of the wear and tear occurred naturally over the many years of it being worn. So badass.


| American Apparel – Salvation Army – $3 | These pinstripe skinny jeans are a perfect combination of casual, but edgy.

| Gap – hand-me-down | I found these overalls in the little area in my house where we keep all the stuff we’re planning to donate. Honestly I have no idea where they came from, but they’re mine now ¯\_(ツ)_/¯

| Salvation Army – $3 | Sometimes I don’t like being petite, but when I’m thrifting it’s amazing because I can find gold like this pair of high-waisted Disney jeans in the kids section. This is one of the only pairs of jeans I own that are actually the correct length of my leg.

| Value Village – $8 | More denim with cartoon characters on it because why not? This shirt is best worn Canadian tuxedo style with my cartoon character jeans. Trust me, it’s a look.

| Hand-me-down | Last but not least, this amazing piece of art! About a month ago, I was going through my mom’s old clothes while she was at work (oops) and I came across this beauty and literally gasped. I think this is probably the most stunning jacket I have ever had the pleasure of owning. My mom bought the jacket from Japan and added on the back piece, which she bought in Quevedo, Ecuador. 

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