i’ve been electri-pleated!

one of the perks of rummaging through thrift or vintage shops is finding a good number of good quality pleated skirts and dresses and every time i score one, i immediately sift through the folds and am just amazed at how it flows. i’ve been lucky enough to score 3 electric pleated skirts in the last 3 weeks on our recent thrifting trips and i can’t wait to wear all of them. meet the first one: a black double-layered electric pleated skirt. and i can’t help swaying with it when i walk.

printed tee – thrifted
black pleated skirt – thrifted
black wedge sandals – parisian, sm dept store
stacks of bangles – carbon finds
rings – carbon finds
faux snake skin belt – pratunam, bangkok

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25 thoughts on “i’ve been electri-pleated!

  1. Hey Girl… how have you been? Finally catching up on blogs. You look great in these shots. Gosh, I haven't thrifted in soooo long (let alone any other fashion related shopping, ha ha!). I really love your nails. They're super cute.

    I hope all is well and you have a great week!!

    xx Love & Aloha


  2. I want to get a pleated skirt. I dont normally wear skirts, since I hate not being able to through my legs everywhere but I just want a pleated one. I love how to wore your one high-waisted, it looks awesome:D

    And to answer your question I'm (sadly) still in High School. It sucks, especially because I either have Maths first tomorrow or an ESSA Science Test. . .


  3. looking at my phone I thought the skirt was a black full gown for a party….and you are all dolled-up to parteeh!!! but still it looked gorgeous and awesome…

    Love the wedge shoes Gizelle…will check if F21 have maxi dresses for you…



  4. You look amazing here girl!! I am loving that shade of lipstick on you! Fab find with the pleated skirt as well. Vintage/thrift shops are totally understated…they are so amazing! 🙂



  5. i know this is my first time making a comment on your blog and this is not even about this post.i just thought that you might not be able to see it.

    anyway, this is about your “oops i thought this was dress”. your situation is just very familiar. i also went to catholic schools most of my life–and i definitely understand your sich. also, i use(steal)my mom's blouses as dresses. haha

    p.s. i really like visiting your blog



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