I have always been a strong believer in the law of attraction. In a nutshell, the law of attraction states that by focusing on positive or negative thoughts, one can bring about positive or negative results. In other words, you attract every positive or negative event that happens to you. This law is particularly resonates with me, in terms of shopping.
Towards the end of the spring, I decided that I was going to find a brown suede bomber jacket with flap pockets and a 2-button collar either on a clearance rack or in a local thrift store. In fact, I was so specific with the details of the jacket that I made the task a difficult one. However, after a couple months of searching I came across this brown suede leather jacket in the local Salvation Army with of the details that I described.
Surprisingly, I was prepared to spend at least $300 on a similar jacket. Fortunately, I found this one for only $15 and the timing could not have been better, because it made the perfect early Birthday/Christmas gift.
Jacket by Quail Run (thrift), Shirt by Stafford, Tie by Yves Saint Laurent (thrift), Jeans by Levi’s, Shoes by Zara, Gloves by Vintage (thrift)