Not entirely, but if you’re curious about an item email me at firstname.lastname@example.org and we can work it out! Eventually I may open an online shop for certain items on the site, but that’s a Phase 3 operation and I’m not in that neighborhood yet.
You sure can! Send your name (or preferred display name), post, and a link pertaining to you (if you want) to email@example.com and you’ll receive a confirmation email.
Yes, item submissions are welcome and encouraged! Email your find to firstname.lastname@example.org using the following format:
I’ve acquired some really funky pieces over the years (example: Rubel Originals Fur Coat) and people would occasionally ask, “where’d you get that?” the answer would always be thrift store. Some people would be legitimately shocked like they didn’t know you couldn’t find great things from secondhand shops. That was when I decided to start “showing off” my thrifted finds, but this website didn’t happen until a few years later.
There’s several way to go about this, but these tips usually work for me:
Yikes, you ever thought about a thrifting road trip or vacation? Online shopping options? I’m not very familiar with online options. I shall do research and return to this post! Mark my words!
My question in return is, what are you looking for? That’s what you can get, now I mean that optimistically not literally.
I’m from south New Jersey and most of the time I just shop locally. By locally, I mean my usual spots are no more than 30 mins from my house. There’s a decent amount of shops and markets around me. Depending on where you are you may have to expand your shopping radius. When I want to “venture” out I’ll go to my favorite Salvation Army in Long Island, New York or random shops in Pennsylvania.