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I plucked this Prada cotton top from the racks, grinning from ear to ear, walked over to
show Sloan who busted out laughing. Sloan said “are you kidding –
PRADA?” The super fabulous thing about thrift stores is you never know
what you are going to find. Prada was founded in 1913 in Milan, Italy
as a manufacturer of leather bags. What is known today as Prada is
mostly the work of the founder’s grand daughter Miuccia Prada. Her
interest in unusual fabrics led to the distinctive trademark of Prada
products: the surprising combination of materials. Prada is said to be
the most prominent example of a new form of inward-directed luxury.
While in the 80’s luxury was explicitly displayed, today an understated
luxury is sought, only recognizable by insiders. Thus, Prada clothes
avoid very loud clouring and easily appealing appearances. They are
described as cool, comfortable, pure, graceful, and minimalistic. This
gorgeous orange size large cotton blouse was priced at $4.39. I found
this super cool short skirt by Laundry
with a big silver buckle and vertical zipper, this screams ROCK n
ROLL. This playful skirt size 6 was also priced at $4.39. The Prada
top with the Laundry skirt combined cost under $10.00, so now you know
why I’m still grinning. Stop by The Thrifters Boutique
and follow me on Twitter & Facebook. Check out my YouTube
videos
about thrifting too. Toodles for now. Daniel



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