I'm mad at ya'll. I'm not speaking to ya'll. Nope.
Why didn't you tell me how fun consignment shopping is?? WHY am I just now finding out about this? *side eye*
I recently got an opportunity to shop Refinery Consignment Boutique in Dallas and to say that I lost my mind is a complete understatement. But, today, I will be showing you new favorite dress.
This is a linen dress is the epitome of my personal style. It's lightweight, loose-fitting, neutral toned, with classic design features, versatile, a hemline for me to show off my mile-long legs, and $25. Yassss!
I love the versatility because I've worn it twice already. Once as a dress and I have also worn it with stretch denim as a tunic. Both ways are very comfortable and stylish for me.
The boutique is tucked away in the Design District in Dallas and it's truly a hidden gem. The boutique is packed with so many items for men and woman in a variety of price points. There were definitely many luxury brands available that I stalked while I shopped. I saw several pairs of Louboutin, Jimmy Choo, and Gucci shoes but they weren't in my size.
The website does offer some items for sale, but they are only a fraction of what's available in store. You can also follow Refinery Consignment on Instagram. If you see something you like, you can order over the phone and they ship!
I shopped with some other local blogger beauties, so it was truly a girls shopping day with lots of fun. I even saw a black Chanel bag that I was drooling over, but did not purchase.
I picked up a few other items including a gorgeous romper, and Versace shades that I'll be wearing on vacation pretty soon. And of course, this dress is going to be one of the first things I pack.
I'm not much of a brand name shopper, but I do indulge on occasion. Often times I don't even consider luxury brands because the price point may be out of what I want to spend. But, I'm seeing now that consignment shopping is definitely a way to indulge with higher end brands without the price tag!
Those of you who thrift/consign shop, let me know!