Asos Haul

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I give up! I give up on trying to create a capsule wardrobe with items that I’m not in love with. Gone are the days where I could walk into any mall and find the exact piece to complete an outfit. My friends have suggested multiple clothing online stores but I cringe at the thought of paying shipping to get the items to me and to return the items back. You see, I can be hard to please. I work hard for my money and I’m quite particular on how I spend it. I enjoy trying clothes on in multiple sizes, feeling the quality and hitting a dance move or two to test the flexibility and comfort. Let’s not forget about the instant gratification! I can walk into Target, give them my coins and walk out with a bag or two…maybe 10 (kidding).


Hi Everyone! I'm back, for the moment and I'm excited to share another gem of the Tampa Bay area. So, right across the street from the Vintage Post, previous post, is another Vintage store with a quite different aesthetic. YesterDaze's is an eclectic Vintage Store that focuses on Vintage Clothing, accessories and antiques. Considering the season, this store would have some great options for costume parties. Taking into account my obsession with the sustainability and pre-owned clothes, this location has options that could fit my daily needs. I doubt that I could find an entire look but I'm certain that I could find the perfect statement piece to add to my basics or future capsule wardrobe.

I was in a hurry so I decided to focus my time on their accessories. They had so many unique pieces to sort throw ranging in price, definitely reflective of a vintage store instead of a thrift store. I settled on a shell bracelet and a button to add to my jean jacket. Check out the pictures:

Vintage Outfit

Smurf Button

Leopard Print trend 2018

Vintage Shoes
Zebra Platform Shoes

Vintage Flapper Dress

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Exploring my City: Vintage Post

vintage clutch

I was recently introduced and then re-introduced to a restaurant that opened my eyes to the revamped Seminole Heights area of Tampa, Florida. 
(I'll need to take a few additional trips to Ichicoro to solidify my decision about the perfection that is their ramen)

Nonetheless, upon exiting the restaurant, I noticed this beautifully painted building; Vintage Post Marketplace.