Maxxinistas who never pay full price for fabulous still feed the environmentally and morally indifferent beast that is the garment industry. When we swap retail for resale, exorcising the guilt attached to buying shit we don’t need becomes a breeze.
I trekked to Queens the other day in search of new and noteworthy neighborhood thrifts (whoa alliteration overload – my bad).My first stop was Second Best Thrift Shop in Astoria. On the organizational front, it was basically like Green Village Junk Shop, except smaller and with way less clothes. I mean, I guess it could […]
I’m not really sure how to explain the shit going down at Goodwill’s Greenwich Village Boutique. I’m also not really sure why no one else in the NYC shopping blogosphere seems to have a problem with it.Daily Candy named Goodwill GVB one of five Boutique Openings to Get Excited About. Racked‘s review seemed too wooed […]
Before I reveal the specifics of my epic jumpsuit find, I’d like to revisit one of thrift’s greatest truths:The last thing you find is usually the best.Here’s how this usually plays out: You’ve been thrifting for however long it takes to fully exhaust your shopping stamina. You’re hungry; you’re grouchy; you’re running on fumes; you’re […]