#ThriftyThursday: Good investments

#ThriftyThursday: It’s that time of year! Fall has officially arrived in Kentucky. The transition from season to season suggests an investment in fall clothing essentials. Once the leaves begin changing colors, I look forward to long-sleeves, cozy vests, and afternoons spent picking pumpkins. My fall style is comfortable and trendy with a focus on mixing and matching basic pieces.

Last Sunday, I invested quality time at the Clays Mill store in Lexington. I added a navy Ralph Lauren Polo long-sleeve, beige Banana Republic knit vest, and a macramé cream and tan vest to my pumpkin picking wardrobe.

Ralph Lauren Polo long-sleeve – I love this shirt in navy! Last week I paired this top with a denim skirt for a Friday night dinner. Shades of blue compliment each other for a perfect fall palette!

Banana Republic vest – For any article of clothing, pockets are always an added bonus. This light vest hits perfectly on my waist, pairing well with a statement necklace of my choice.

Macramé cream and tan vest – The originality of this look is what caught my eye in the store. To accentuate your style, find a thrifty fall piece that tells your story.

Visit your favorite Goodwill store to invest in your fall wardrobe!



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our history

Goodwill Industries of Kentucky is a 501(C)(3) nonprofit headquartered in Louisville since 1923. Goodwill gives people up—not a handout—so they can experience the dignity and independence that comes from earning a paycheck.


our mission

We help people with disabilities or other disadvantages achieve and maintain employment to gain a better quality of life.

what we do

Goodwill collects and sells donated items to fund programs for Kentuckians who have disabilities or other challenges in finding and maintaining traditional employment. On-the-job training, job preparation skills, and employment counseling are just a few of Goodwill's services that benefit thousands of adults each year and strengthen families in Kentucky's communities.