ASOS gold chunky heels

Happy 4th of July-a public holiday, I actually look forward to here in the States.  Around this time of the year, when the vibe of summer is at momentum, I go to my favorite thrift store (Value Village) to donate old items. After donating items, a discount code is given to you at Value Village, which is located at the outskirts of the DC area. For me, a journey I'ld have had to make a mental note of, weeks prior, and this was no different. 
The thrift store also provides a discount of up to 50% during holidays like this one, and I never miss out on it.
XOXO knock-off, of the Dior like, trendy purse.
Most times when I go thrift shopping, I proceed with a theme (season, color pattern, trend) in mind that justifies the little coins I'm parting with. 
----For this trip, I channeled my Alte ( A group of Nigerian youth who are ahead of the streetwear/fashion and music scene in Nigeria. Typically known by their different fashion and alternative music) sense of style and opted for the pieces in this blog post.

Two Floral Skirts --Express &  The Limited 
Store The Limited
The Alté starter pack 

My favorite outfit, a sultry purple polyester gown 

An oversized white shirt, with a belt I found edgy and unique

 I have taken a liken to linen lately, which I consider an elite material. Linen pops and allows colors to stand out in whatever cut, shape or design. 

A Charles David sling heels  
Comment below which of the items are your favorite, and the sum total of the purchase? I also got a one-piece red suit and floral jumper, that isn't featured on the blog today but will be worn soon.

Linen- buttoned down gown in pink
Playing set, for how I'll want to style these pieces.