SECONDHAND FIRST: Mother/Daughter Edition
May 10, 2013
Two wonderfully stylish women on my blog roll, just so happen to be mother and daughter. They are the delightful Ariane and Izzy, both residing in Quebec,...
SECONDHAND FIRST: Do It
April 28, 2013
The Vixen. The Palace. The Lady. They ALL do it. Do YOU?Vix, Krista and Sara all took the pledge this year, to SHOP SECONDHAND FIRST. And you need to look no...
Okay, So I’m Easily Amused
January 20, 2013
When I was in my late teens and early twenties, I loved shopping at thrift stores. The bargains, the thrill of the hunt, a way to spend some time when I had too...
Thrifting on the Grid
January 21, 2013
By Amy Thoma This year I made a New Years Resolution to spend less money on clothes. Notice I didn’t say shop less, just spend less money. I’m the worst of both...
From around the web
The Troll Sanctuary
May 09, 2013
| Boing Boing Gym instructor Michelle Kerrins owns more than 3,000 fiery-haired troll dolls and spends much of her week combing thrift stores for more. There's even a video tour of her...
Indy's FruGal: What I'm wearing
April 11, 2013
| indystar.com I checked out a few thrift stores and came up with a great outfit for less. Here is what I'm wearing: Shirt: Old Navy, no more than $10 Sweater: Lacoste, $5 at Goodwill...
One- man time machine
January 17, 2013
| DesMoinesRegister.com '' As I started getting into older music, I found it was more affordable to go find old vinyl at thrift stores ... Where he really prefers to hunt is places other than the record and thrift stores ...
Marushka prints of the 1970s
January 22, 2013
| Boing Boing Above are two delightful works by Marushka, the print company that beginning in 1974 melded the style of Japanese woodblock prints with Pop Art to eventually dominate dentist offices, hotel rooms, corporate headquarters, and finally thrift stores ...
CD of conservative folk music from the early 1960s
December 03, 2012
| Boing Boing But decades before these mockumentaries were even conceived there was a real, if little noticed, subgenre of music rebutting the liberal nineteen-sixties protest songs of Bob Dylan, Joan Baez, Phil Ochs, et.al. Until now the recorded evidence of this hopelessly obscure political art form could only be found by scouring thrift stores ...
Thrift Stores on twitter
@ElyseAvans hahahaha!!! Can't imagine what you find in some of those thrift stores!!!!