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Canadian Blogger Recreates Celebrity Outfits For Less Money

Canadian fashionista recreates celebrity outfits by spending less money. She usually finds her clothes in thrift stores.

A Canadian fashion blogger, Sheri Pavlovic, is well-known for her creative way of being stylish. She can recreate celebrity outfits by spending less money, and she shares her suggestions with her followers.

Sheri says that people can find everything in secondhand shops. She adds that if they want to look like their favorite celebrities, a bit of imagination puts together similar pieces.

“Secondhand fashion is a wonderfully affordable way to fill your wardrobe with the looks you love, and it’s also eco-friendly!” says the Canadian blogger. “Unfortunately, many people continue to think that the laundered clothing donated to swaps, thrift stores, and charity shops is somehow dirtier and less hygienic than a “brand new” garment that has traveled through many different factories, hands, and machines worldwide without being washed even once.”

(h/t: boredpanda)

1. $6 for the thrifted studded biker jacket, $1 for the cowl neck flannel shirt, $1 for the Betsey Johnson leggings, and $4 for the buckled biker boots (eBay).

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2. $3 for the thrifted plaid shirt and puffy vest.

3. $2 for the dress from a charity shop.

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4. $1 for the thrifted cozy leopard print coat, $1 for the patterned tights, and $1 for the most awesome shoes on the planet.

5. I had everything in my closet.

6. Again, I had everything in my closet.

7. Inherited 80’s suit.

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8. $3 for the thrifted jumpsuit.

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9. Everything is found in my closet.

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10. DIY at home

11. $2 for the DIY tulle skirt fabric.

12. $1 for the thrifted blouse.

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13. Garments from my closet and clothing swap.

14. $2 for the thrifted top.

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15. Closet gems

16. Found in my closet

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17. $2 for the trousers from a charity shop.

18. I refashioned my trench coat with fabric paint and shoulder studs.

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19. $1 for the thrifted top.

20. $1top

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21. Everything is found in the closet, too.

22. Less money, more imagination.

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Which one of these outfits looks better? Do you shop in thrift stores, or do you prefer brand-new clothes? Tell us in the comments below.

Written by Dadadel

Adelaida, the founder of Dadadel Creative, boasts a multifaceted background, blending expertise in software engineering, copywriting, and digital marketing. Prior to establishing her agency, she honed her skills as the former Head of the News Department at a regional media outlet, and also amassing 18 years of experience as a host. She has a penchant for sarcasm, a passion for lifestyle topics, and an undeniable love for cats.

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