A couple weeks ago, Nel and I were going to the $1.50 store and we spotted a new thrift store. This shop was really nicely put together. Unlike the other thrift shops on island it was not dusty and crowded. They didn't have as many items as the other thrift shops, but what they did have was in excellent condition. I saw a Le Sportsac Toki Doki bag and even a Harajuku Lovers clutch. I bought this cute t-shirt for only $3 with the intention to turn it in to a tube top. It sat in the art room until finally last night I decided to work on it. I thought about maybe doing a halter instead, but finally decided to add some scrap tulle and this cute piece is what I came up with. I'm not usually a big fan of one shoulder tops, but I like the way this turned out.
Here is the info on the thrift store if anyone on Guam is interested.
Peace Love Charity, a vintage store, features a collection of gently used, vintage, brand name and previously owned apparel, accessories, and shoes for men, women and children plus house wares, toys, books, and other items in good condition at great prices. The best part of shopping at Peace Love Charity is that 100% of the proceeds from the store benefit the Edward M. Calvo Cancer Foundation. Peace Love Charity is located in the Calvo Commercial Center, 600 Harmon Loop Road, Suite 101 in Harmon (next to KUAM). The store will be open every Thursday, Friday, and Saturday in December (excluding holidays) from 10am-5pm. For more information, please call 632-4PLC (4752) or firstname.lastname@example.org.