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thrift shop

, (US) thrift store
nSecondhandladen m (dessen Verkaufserlös wohltätigen Zwecken zukommt)
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While thrift shops keep displaying Their second-hand and new; Street canvassers, it's clear to see Are chasing custom too!
As I've often mentioned here, Beng and I are inveterate flea market fanatics, and one reason we travel so much isn't to pose beside the landmarks as nearly everyone else does, but to scour the flea markets, thrift shops, and garage sales of the world for the glorious stuff others see as junk or maybe don't see at all.
Enthusiasts on the other hand, believe that it is more convenient to maintain self-expression through fashion, when buying clothes at thrift shops given its affordable price, and the rare possibility of seeing another person own the exact same piece.
She also noticed that we had a thing for plain and basic pieces, and suggested that we scourge around for cheaper options, as one was bound to always find similar designs in other thrift shops offering it at a lower cost.
THERE ARE 22 THRIFT SHOPS between downtown Sarasota and Fort Myers, and Sam June haunts them all.
Housing Works Thrift Shops has signed a lease at 1222 Second Avenue on the Upper East Side.
The store was one of several thrift shops used for Macklemore's video.
LOS ANGELES -- Macklemore & Ryan Lewis might shop at thrift shops, but they now have a ton of Grammy gold.
It's unclear, however, if real-life American thrift shops have seen any kind of uptick in the rate of either donations or sales from the store in the wake of the popularity of "Thrift Shop".
Walker BALTIMOREAuJill Hettinger, retired from a private practice in social work, is often teased by friends because she prefers rummaging through the racks at thrift shops to shopping somewhere pricier like a department store.
According to the National Association of Resale and Thrift Shops (NARTS), the thrift industry generates nearly $2 billion in sales each year.
For years, nonprofit thrift shops and toy drives have dealt with recalls as a standard part of operations, much like their for-profit cousins.