Years ago I never would have even contemplated it!
I like to think I'm older and wiser, so why not?
Once I bring the items home and launder, they're fresh, clean & mine!
We have a thrift store that benefits the Special Education program at the high school.
I know I've told about it before, but bear with me. The students work at the store. Such a
good cause, I love to both shop there and donate to them.
The first Friday of each month is $1 clothes & $1.50 shoes and hats day!
(Please excuse my hasty photos)
Lacy blouse by CATO, beige cotton top by Sag Harbor.
White cotton sweater by Crofts & Barrow, red & white top is missing label,
but that fine, smooth cotton "feel" to the hand.
Love the embellishments...just like in crafting, lol.
This sweet flowered top was just to springy to resist.
The BEST bargain may have been these shoes, which looked unworn!
Our yard is so mucky from all the rain and snow and those pesky moles digging their
lawn tunnels. I walk around while Doyle is out, so these shoes are perfect!
Made in the U.S.A., marked Slogger. I may have even bought these new.
Gave them a quick Lysol spray, ready to wear!
I like to think that someone will buy and enjoy the clothes I bring in to donate.
We all buy clothes and shoes we don't end up wearing, or hardly wear.
So...time to fess up. Do you or don't you?
Don't be embarrassed to let me know how you feel
about buying & wearing thrifted clothing, YAY or NAY.
On another note...Sandy from 521 Lake Street blog is
hosting a Spring Cloche Swap. Link from my sidebar to join in on the fun,
but you need to sign up by the 14th!
& finally....How do you like my newly acquired Tiffany & Co. tablecloth?
Looks just right for an Easter tablescape next month, doesn't it?
Love when you visit bloggie friends! & don't forget to leave your opinion.
Thrifty Things Friday at THE THRIFTY GROOVE