I haven't shared thrifted goodies in awhile. What with Christmas and company, not much serious thrifting going on. Then last week I hit the jackpot with this Kate Spade bag:
Flipped picture can't hide the $8.99 price tag, but wait, it was 50% off day, so my bag cost $4.50. This is why thrift store shopping is so addictive.
The price on this bag is an example of the wildly inconsistent pricing at thrift stores. There were handbags of "100% man-made materials" - a fancy way to say plastic- for three times as much as my Kate Spade bag. Same thing for all categories - it seems that the pricing is up to the whim of the individual doing the pricing. Some things are wildly overpriced, as in the Gap sweater that was $25.00 at The Goodwill. I saw the same sweater on clearance at a Gap store for $19.99. And then there's my bag and my set of silverware for $2.99. Go figure.
Some more sweet finds:
Tianello shirt that retails for $110. I had to pay full price - $6.99 for this fitted tencel beauty.
And a few finds for Montana granddaughter:
A brandie new Lands' End sweater, an embroidered jacket and a fun twirly skirt.
Two summer dresses - an April Cornell and a Hartstrings.
Now, about thrift store unpderpants - who buys them? Even I draw the line at used underpants! Seems weird that there's a law prohibiting the sale of used mattresses, but previously-worn unders are OK.