Hidden Gem In Oklahoma


Today’s post is going to be a little bit different than the rest. I don’t want to focus on clothes all the time on this blog, since I think there’s more to life than just that. I guess you could say I find fashion inspiration from places like the one pictured above. If you ever find yourself in southern Oklahoma, definitely check out Cloverleaf South in Thackerville.

As soon as I walked in, I was happily overwhelmed by everything going on. The “welcome to the circus” sign was the first thing that I saw, so naturally I had to take a picture of it. Beware if you’re afraid of clowns though! The entrance of the store is filled with them.  Literally, every single corner of this store is decked out with something interesting. I really wish I had had more time to roam the entire store, but I was in a rush to go back to Houston (sad face).

Visiting this store reminded me to appreciate antiques and how someone’s trash could really be someone else’s treasure. I also really love all the orange tones each picture captured and I hope to incorporate more of it in my wardrobe, especially with fall right around the corner.

I hope this gives you an insight as to where I get my fashion inspiration from. It comes from basically anything or anyone I see that is slightly different than the rest. This store’s mixture of antiques and modern pieces really captured my attention in this case. It was as if an antique store and Francesca’s had a baby. A really cool baby.

If you hated this post and hate my guts now, well you’re in luck! My next post will most definitely be about clothes. yay!

Also, if you ever visit the WinStar World Casino, make sure to take it easy with the gambling. After a total of 3 hours at the casino, I managed to lose $60 and went home that night with 15 cents! Lol. I hope I get better some day…

Thank you so much for reading! Hope you’re having a rad af summer(-: And if you’re not, I hope you’re looking forward to something. And if you’re not, I hope you’re grateful for something. And if you’re not, you should be… (:

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