I find some of the best things in my mother’s and grandmother’s closets, try looking up resale shops too ;)posted over 7 years ago
well i dont know where you live but in san diego there is a GREAT one called vintage santucary. i got a vintage YSL blouse and it was only 20 bucks. and also ebay has good viintage shops….i like ebay.com/trashyvintageposted over 7 years ago
if you go to thethriftshopper.com you can type in your zip code/city and it’ll give you a list of thrift stores, if you want. it helped me out =]posted over 7 years ago
online I shop at www.back-in-style.com they have a lot of great designer stuff.posted over 7 years ago
I have a weakness for ebay vintage dress lots. I like buying things in bulk so definitely check out ebay. Other than that it all depends where you live and if you are willing to travel the surrounding areas to go thrifting.posted over 7 years ago
You live in Van, right? Used is probably my favorite. Thrift-wise, there’s a great Salvation Army on 12th near main, and i hear the Value Village in Richmond is great, too. If you’re feeling adventurous, my friend is always finding awesome stuff at the VV in Surrey, as well.
Also, if you found anything you like in my shop, I do local pick-up.
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Great designer stuff but better vintage!
I love the etsy.com vintage section! I found Marni patent leather flats there for $30!!!posted about 7 years ago
Try Wheels and Dollbaby. It’s a bit expensive, but if you want something special this is ideal.posted over 3 years ago