A Thrifted Hammock & Great Summer Reads

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 Thrifted Summer Reads in a Lazy Summer Hammock


School just got out and we have officially kicked off summer and life is good! Although we are not exactly ready to hit the books quite yet, we know those relaxing summer days curled up with a great summer read (or two) await us soon. While shopping for our favorite denim finds at Thrift Town, we decided to pop over to the book section to see if we could find any interesting novels or alluring classics. Of course, Thrift Town delivered with an amazing selection of intriguing books. Books $.99-$2.99. In fact, we found so many books, we ended up buying some straw beach bags ($2.99 each) to help us lug around our somewhat overwhelming book collection!

          We even found an awesome hammock (exciting!), a comfy, quilted blanked (perfect for the beach or the park) and a cute Hawaiian pillow to add a little ‘vacation’ to our reading escapades. Blanket was $12.99, hammock was $19.99 and vacation pillow was $2.99



How fun would it be to find this rare find at Thrift Town?  Ya never know  ~


Happy Summer & Happy Reading (and Napping)!  ~ Bridget & Jess


Reposted from 2013


     BRIDGET: Bridget is a newly featured college blogger for Thrift Town.  She’s has a unique sense of style that includes a flare for making some of her own DIY  creations.  Bridget loves finding current fashions at Thrift Town, but she admits she has a serious addiction to men’s vintage sweaters for a relaxed, ‘comfy’ look.  Bridget enjoys yoga and dance, and can often be found curled up in a hammock with a good read.

JESSICA: Jessica is a newly featured college blogger for Thrift Town.  She likes to keep things simple and her sense of style typically revolves around her number one goal – comfort.   Jessica typically hits the denim section at Thrift Town in search of affordable jeans that she can quickly revamp into shorts.  Jessica loves to laugh and have fun, yet she definitely knows how to bring a competitive edge to the soccer field.

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