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    Posted: Aug 21 2014 at 12:38pm
Originally posted by MissDarkEyes MissDarkEyes wrote:

Originally posted by creole booty creole booty wrote:

Originally posted by MissDarkEyes MissDarkEyes wrote:

Americans are horders!  I pretty much stopped shopping at goodwill when I was seeing more crap from Forever 21 and Charlotte Russe.  There was a time your could snag so really nice vintage pieces but I guess everyone started getting hip to the game and decided to sell all that stuff on eBay.


Have u been to the ones in the rich, white suburbs? Like Evanston had really nice stuff. They end up giving never opened Chanel stuff to the maids. My great granny was a maid to a Jewish couple in Evanston.



 

The only one I went to was that "religious" consighnment shop on Dempster & Church...I didn't see no Chanel!  LOL  Mostly American Eagle, Old Navy.  Maybe I need to go deeper in to Evanston for the good stuff!  Or better yet, Wilmette!


My granny used to hit the whole north suburbs. I was young back then and she's dead now so I can't even say exactly where. Next time I'm in Chicago I'll hit wilmette and Hoffman estates or something. That's a good idea.
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All 11 pairs of true religion jeans were purchased at good will for $7 each. Some had new tags. I have boys and the knees of their jeans are always non existent. I buy the jeans for $0.50. If I'm not thrift in then I'm buying clothes off season.
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I bought a Fendi clutch for $10 and it was authentic. I was followed around the store buy other shoppers hoping I Would put the bag down. Nopeeeee they failed that day.
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All 11 pairs of true religion jeans were purchased at good will for $7 each. Some had new tags. I have boys and the knees of their jeans are always non existent. I buy the jeans for $0.50. If I'm not thrift in then I'm buying clothes off season.
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Originally posted by creole booty creole booty wrote:

Originally posted by MissDarkEyes MissDarkEyes wrote:

Americans are horders!  I pretty much stopped shopping at goodwill when I was seeing more crap from Forever 21 and Charlotte Russe.  There was a time your could snag so really nice vintage pieces but I guess everyone started getting hip to the game and decided to sell all that stuff on eBay.


Have u been to the ones in the rich, white suburbs? Like Evanston had really nice stuff. They end up giving never opened Chanel stuff to the maids. My great granny was a maid to a Jewish couple in Evanston.
 
The only one I went to was that "religious" consighnment shop on Dempster & Church...I didn't see no Chanel!  LOL  Mostly American Eagle, Old Navy.  Maybe I need to go deeper in to Evanston for the good stuff!  Or better yet, Wilmette!
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Impact thrift shop here and 99 cent days are a killer for me and my momz,,,
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Judging the people in the line outside of goodwill as you drive by is not the best way to practice cooperative economics. lol  Many thrift stores are non-profit anyways.
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why do some of you keep saying you don't care how others spend their money where is your "cooperative economics", we need to take a step back and look at our spending habits as a community, we have to start building wealth at some point
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Ill shop anywhere I can save some money. I dont worry about how people spend their hard earned cash.
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