Naomi Larocque for Fashion Is My Religion

Quite often, I used to find the urge to justify myself when I told someone that my outfit was composed of “second hand” clothes or that the pieces I was wearing were “thrift shopped”. But these days are long gone now, and I fully embrace my 100% vintage style!

Even though thrift shopping has gained in popularity in the past few years, there is still a weird vibe that comes along the idea of wearing clothes that are not entirely new. Let’s just say he words “thrift” and “second hand” are not the most popular ones out of the shopping vocabulary.

I honestly don’t understand why people are still scared of words that are linked to social and eco-friendly values, but I guess that for some people it will take a little bit more time to understand that second-hand clothing doesn’t equal “bad” or “low quality”.

With all this being said, I simply wanted to show you that even if your outfit is entirely composed of pieces that you found in a thrift shop, for instance the Salvation Army, you can still look fashionable, fierce and surely as trendy as you wish to be!

Here is another entirely vintage look 🙂

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I’M WEARING  >> Hat: Vintage | Clothes: Vintage | Boots: Vintage

THIS POST WAS SPONSORED BY THE SALVATION ARMY. HOWEVER, ALL OPINIONS ARE MY OWN AND ARE BASED ON MY AUTHENTIC EXPERIENCE.