Hopefully you'll recognize several of these pieces from my last few posts. Remember, style is about creativity and utility far more than money and trends. This whole outfit cost under sixty dollars, half of which was spent on the chinos. Here's the rundown.
This pink Saddlebred vest came from Belk's final clearance sale at five dollars.
The micro-gingham was a ten dollar eBay find from Polo. The tie was a one dollar thrift find, also from Polo.
This lightweight sport coat cost under seven dollars and came from the same thrift store.
Though this jacket doesn't feature a brand label, it does have this interesting dragon logo.
These white chinos came from Ralph's website at under thirty dollars through last summer's clearance. The subtle argyle socks cost two dollars from Target's Merona line. Lastly, my spring-time-favorite Johnston and Murphy loafers came from the thrift awhile ago at only three dollars.
Spin into spring. Slide into summer.