Goodwill Hunting

The picture above is my shopping cart at Goodwill, I found so many things they let me bring the shopping cart into the fitting room!

This weekend I took my friend with me to our local Goodwill. It’s been a few years since I’ve been digging around at Goodwill. The one thing Goodwill is always good for is funky, cheesy, and amazing sweaters. My friend was nervous about our shopping trip, it was her first time at Goodwill. Unfortunately Goodwill has a stigma for being “dirty” orΒ  a place where poor people shop. On the contrary it is one of the main places where growing teenage girls, wealthy middle aged woman, and old people with amazing vintage clothes donate their goods. Goodwill is the creme de la creme of second hand shopping.

One exciting thing about Goodwill is that none of their merchandise is priced. It is color coded ranging from $1-$5. It’s so cheap that they don’t even have to price it! If you can get over the fact that the clothes are second hand, it’s a shopaholics heaven.

What experience have you had with Goodwill?
xo

Elvira

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5 thoughts on “Goodwill Hunting

  1. Look like you had a nice haul! Too many Goodwill hunting experiences over the years and looking forward to many more. It’s a wonderful place to find unexpected treasures. πŸ™‚

  2. Nice! I haven’t been opshopping in awhile, but last night my boyfriend’s housemate was cleaning out her closet and she gave me the most AMAZING cheesy bright pink pure wool jumper! She bought it from Vinnies a few months ago for a couple of dollars. I LOVE IT. hehe πŸ™‚ Laura

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