Thrifted top, sweater and clutch, Abercrombie kids shorts, Vintage belt, H&M flats
Yesterday, we went thrifting near Long Beach and it was the most difficult time shopping I've had in awhile. First off, this was my fault by the way for not reading the advertisements properly, was that I noticed advertisements for 50% a few tags they had and I instantly started to rummage around looking for clothes. Low and behold, when I got to the register I had almost $20 worth of stuff they were going to charge me for. To say the least my jaw dropped. Apparently, the sale wasn't for another week. (Why would you have tons of advertisements around the store for a sale that's not going to happen for another week? I have never experienced this.) The second thing was that this place was cash only, and stupid me thought I could easily get by with $13 (I was highly misled by a yelp review that said they got 3 items for under $5, bahh). So I regrettably started to take things back in order to get under $13. What happened next was something that I'm still annoyed about. I had this $2 dress shirt I was really psyched about buying, but when I realized I needed to let it go since the total was at $16, I returned it and suddenly the total comes up at $8. What? I didn't realize this mistake until after we were in the car. I realized that the cashier rung the dress up at $6 (the original price), when it was marked down on the tag as $2. *Sad face. I learned a lot from today's trip and I hope I never make or have so many mishaps. I did get a couple items though and I guess I'm happy I didn't spend too much. Thrifting isn't always fun and games lol.