Guest Blog: 3 Inspiring Outfits from Revive

Living in St. Louis, you never know where or when you’ll run into someone, like your manager from your first job or an old friend’s mom. We’re a small town in a big city, and that’s never more obvious than during the holiday season. No worries, Revive has your back with affordable outfits for every occasion. Below are just a few examples of what our store has waiting for you!

Limiting the showcase to just three ensembles was difficult with so many great options, but here is what we found- a perfect casual outfit,  a look just right for a night out in The Loop or The Grove, and last, but certainly not least, a special something for New Years Eve.

All of these looks were found for under $100 at Revive! Tag our Instagram (@revivethrift) wearing your favorite Revive treasures.




Cardigan $4 (NEW!)

Star Wars Shirt $7

Skirt $6

Shoes $8

Bracelet $6

Total: $31

There is no bigger movie out right now than Star Wars.  This feminine take pairs the film-inspired tee with a navy high-waisted skirt, a black cardigan, black ballet flats and a silver bracelet.  It’s undeniably cool and won’t break the bank.  


Night Out:


Jacket: $50 (retail value over $200)

Pants $10

Necklace $12

Shirt $8 (NEW!)

Boots $10

Total: $90

The crew is back in town for the holidays and it’s time to explore St. Louis’s booming nightlife. But what should you wear? Revive can prepare you with outfits that travel from dive bars to Wash Ave.  An added bonus: the leather jacket and red pants make this outfit a statement, all while staying comfortable.


New Years Eve:


Fur Coat $30

Shirt $6

Skirt $8

Necklace $10

Shoes $35 (Kate Spade)

Total: $89

Finish off 2015 in style with a little help from Revive. Whether you’re spending the last night of the year at the Chase Park Plaza Hotel, enjoying a four-course meal at the Drunken Fish or just hitting the town with friends, this fun look is sure to stand out.  Be bold, be fabulous, be you!


by Jessie Klearman. Jessie is a senior at Webster University and a volunteer at Revive Thrift Shop.