This is my Mom adorned in her Thrift Fab pearls, my sister wearing her thrifted Christian Lacroix jacket and Schiaparelli scarves, me in my favorite thrift shop Pucci pants, and my niece proudly holding her Thrift Fabulous pagoda chandelier!
Occasionally we come across pieces of Averardo Bessi's clothing while out thrifting in Florida. His designs are whimsical and have a definite 1960s vibe to them -- a fun statement piece for your outfit!
Talk about glamour! Crystal chandeliers exude fanciness. I particularly like when a sparkly chandelier is paired with a rustic piece (like that table below). The chandelier above was found at an estate sale.
If you've been out thrifting, then it's safe to say you've come across Vera Neumann's playful designs. Napkins, clothes, scarves, dishware, you name it. I have this book about her life and work and reccomend getting it -- very inspiring!
One of the great things about thrifting furniture is that you can modify your finds without fretting too much. Re-upholster it. Paint it a different color. You can play with your furniture and figure out what you like. This thrifted headboard has great lines, don't you think?