Goodwill Hunting

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I found this dress at Goodwill and thought, “Whoa! This is actually pretty cute!” I bought it for $10 and was feeling proud of myself for finding something nice (that actually fits me) at a thrift store. I always feel like I saved a bunch of money by going to Goodwill. Then I checked the designer tag when I got home and noticed it was a common Target brand… Now don’t get me wrong, I love Target, but I’m pretty sure I could have easily just bought a $10 dress there instead of at Goodwill. I feel like I’ve been duped, you guys. Is Goodwill not even considered a thrift store anymore?? What is happening.

Oh, and these shoes. They’re pretty nice to look at, but it’s too bad they hurt like hell. But “beauty is pain”, I guess. Lots of pain. My feet hate me. I only really wear them when I go somewhere that doesn’t require much walking, like dinner or something. That’s what shoes were made for, right? For sitting? Makes sense to me.

Outfit details:
Thrifted dress
Target belt
Steve Madden wedges (old)
Francesca’s earrings
Vintage Gucci watch (borrowed)

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