Springy Geometric Blouse

Here in the Willamette Valley Spring arrives in a burst of sunshine for one day, and then it is 40 degrees for a few days, and then it's 65 and beautiful for a week, and then it pours for 10 days. Right now the 10-day forecast only has one rain cloud, and has lots of little sunshines! 
I actually took these sunny photos back in October, but am just now getting around to posting them. 

I found this geometric blouse at Goodwill. I love bargain shopping. Whether it's Goodwill or a place like Ross or Marshalls, I feel like I am treasure hunting. When I find a fantastic item, it's like it was waiting just for me! 
There's something cool about finding an item that might no longer be valuable to someone else, and giving it new life and style. 
 I paired this fantastic Goodwill score blouse from Umgee ($12, if I remember right) with cuffed jeans, ankle booties, and a statement necklace.
I love to add cheerful colors and patterns to my wardrobe, especially when Spring is here. 
Check out some others of my cheerful spring looks like this mixed patterns look, city exploring style, and a look book for that time between spring and winter (like what the Willamette Valley tends to do until June).
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  1. What an awesome Goodwill find! That top looks adorable on you! And I think we had all four seasons in one day today - what a weird weather week!

  2. Hey Kelsey- I just came across your blog from Portland Bloggers- what a cute site you have!! I'm excited to read more and follow along. :)

  3. I love a good Goodwill find! Love these colors on you! I'm ready for a good Oregon summer too :)

  4. Super cute blouse - I love the shade of your jeans too!

  5. Such a cute find! I used to thrift when I lived in Missouri, not sure what happened once I moved... But you're so right, it is like treasure hunting! And Umgee is one of my favorite lines. Have a great weekend!

  6. Such a cute find! Thrifting is my absolute favorite!!

  7. Such a great blouse! I love the pretty colors and patterns for spring!



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