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Our final look into Christine’s closet

Submitted by on April 8, 2011 – No Comment

Christine Burton

This is the last peek into Christine’s closet for a little while, so we’re presenting a real doozy!

Christine’s always on the hunt for unusual pieces, so when she found this beaded tunic she knew she’d found a winner.

The beading on this tunic is designed to look like Native American turquoise jewelery! The beading detail forms a “necklace” and a “belt” as well as additional design around the edges.

Since the tunic came with a black camisole and the whole ensemble fit great, Christine had to get it. Of course – at $4.99 – the price was very right. Christine attends Belly Dance conventions so she knew she’d have an occasion to wear it.

The day she bought this outfit, she also got the black dress with the cap sleeves (look #1) and the red western skirt (look #2). She says, “that was a great day for awesome finds.” It sure was!

To view all of the entries about Christine’s thrift store savvy, click here or on “Christine’s Closet” in the top navigation bar.


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