It might be this scarf:
Or this one:
Or this blouse from the thrift store's dollar rack:
Or this taupe top, also a dollar...
and a grey pullover blouse, thrifted but new with tags...
which both look good with this yard-saled necklace.
The grey beret came from a vintage clothing booth.
I think this navy cardigan was also on the dollar rack, but in any case it wasn't much more than that.
The cotton chenille poncho (with a fair-trade label) was a little more, but still under ten dollars.
So what if I combined the newest things with each other, and with some of my basics?
Navy cardigan, taupe top
New taupe top over old tank top; free leggings from my daughter
Grey blouse, grey jeans, scarf
Cardigan over blue and white striped shirt
Poncho over white t-shirt and grey jeans
Grey blouse with white cardigan and khaki pants
Taupe top, leggings, scarf
Grey blouse, grey jeans, purple handmade ultrasuede coat (bought for a dollar from a thrift store last-chance rack)
Grey blouse, khaki pants, white cardigan
Adding a scarf and hat to that one (grey jeans instead).
Grey t-shirt dress, purple coat, necklaces, beret
CLOTHES IN THE PHOTOS (16 items)
burgundy tank top
dark pink tank top
grey pullover blouse
blue and white striped shirt
grey pinstriped jeans
wine-coloured lightweight leggings
long sage-green cardigan, short sleeves
white cotton cardigan
navy cropped cardigan
purple coat (intended to be a long suit jacket, but it can be a spring coat too)
grey t-shirt dress with ruching on the side
EXTRAS NOT IN THE PHOTOS (5 items)
dark blue t-shirt
light yellow t-shirt, 3/4 length sleeves (from last month)
navy jersey pants
hooded rain jacket (not shown)
two scarves shown in photos
rose-pink purse shown in photos
necklaces, earrings, bracelets