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Hey guys and welcome to another episode of thrift flipping. I don't know why that those hand movements okay. Uh-huh, music. As you guys know, I love Reformation just as much as the next social media ho, probably more, probably like a little bit too much. I'll just let you soak in the beauty that is these pieces of clothing for a second, and then remind you that they cost like a hundred and seventy-eight dollars. So today, I'm going to be trying to make some Reformation-inspired designs from things I found from the thrift store. Oh, and before we jump into it, today we have a special guest as well. Let me go grab her for you, this baby the sewing machine. I finally got one thanks to a lovely subscriber. I've had this for around like two months and I have not learned to use it yet, but today is the day. Okay, so the first piece that we're transforming is this lovely linen dress. Oh, that's backward. I got this at council thrift stores, which is a chain of thrift stores in LA for $8. What drew me to this dress is that it already has kind of all the makings of a reformation dress. It has these tortoiseshell buttons that are super trendy that I have on this dress as well. I also love the big ass pockets on this thing. You could probably fit not an iPad but maybe like two Chipotle burritos in this pocket. However, in its current state, it's a bit sack-tastic. That's a disgusting word. I mean, it looks like a potato sack is what I'm saying. So instead, I thought I would turn this into a two-piece set. Honestly, this is one of the more complicated thrift flips that I've...