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This outfit is one that I wore to a fashion networking event and I vlogged my experience on my YouTube Channel. It was the perfect outfit for me to wear because it was business attire, but with a little spice added to it. My favorite thing about this outfit is that two of the main pieces were thrifted. This faux fur-collared, trench coat is one that I purchased at my local MyUnique thrift store, along with these brown dress pants. A trench coat goes a long way for an outfit because it makes everything look so much more put together. I paired the thrifted pieces with a sweater that I purchased from SHEIN and I got many compliments while I was at the event about this sweater. Whenever anyone heard where it was from, their jaws would drop, not expecting it to be from a site that sells low price clothing. My bag is a bit of a splurge, but I actually borrowed it from my roommate because my own black bag had been left at my family house from my last trip home. The purse is from Michael Kors, but any black purse will do the outfit the justice it deserves. The shoes are from JustFab, which has great deals especially when you first sign up. Trying to dress professionally at times can be difficult to do on a budget, but it is definitely possible. Search for the best deals and prices and don’t be afraid to check out your local thrift store. Be unique and find pieces that no one will have, except for you.
Get my look
- White Mock Neck Sweater by SHEIN
- Talbots Petites Stretch Dress Pants from MyUnique Thrift store | similar ones by Macy’s
- Faux Fur Collared Trench Coat (American Rag Cie) by MyUnique Thrift store | similar one by H&M
- Shoes by JustFab
- Michael Kors Hand Bag| similar ones at SHEIN
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Narali Mota attends Rutgers University-Newark. She is in the process of switching from the School of Criminal Justice to the Business School to major in Marketing with a concentration in the business of fashion. Her passion for fashion and beauty has guided her to want to work for a makeup or fashion company after college. She wants to craft and design ways to sell products I genuinely believe in through social media and influencer marketing.