Smart cars, electric cars, zero emissions, blah blah blah. Everyone’s so crazy about greening their transportation tire-print and saving the planet they have missed out on the most important of the three ‘r’s: AccessoRizing.
Sure, we could recycle old cars and put their parts in new ones, but hello, that would be totally overlooking their potential as super cute house and fashion decor items, like . . .
coffee tables . . .
hats . . .
or just a cozy place to make sexy faces in.
And the best news: WE HAVE SO MANY OLD AND ABANDONED cars like, everywhere, you don’t have to go far to find one just right for you.
Once again, in honour of my National Thrift Store Day month-long feature, items featured in this look are all pre-loved. They include:
- Calvin Klein pink dress and black boots from Value Village, Coquitlam: $30
- A fuchsia necklace and black rhinestone necklace from Crazy About Clothes Consignment, Maple Ridge: $20
- Turquoise belt Art Knapp, Coquitlam (not new, but from the discount bin and considering how many people already tried it on, it’s pretty much the same thing): $5
Total cost (not including jewelry): $55
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