November 08, 2008 at 18:57:11 Nov 08, 2008 @ 18:57
I haven't had the same luck. I can't find shit lol, not the mention the thrift stores I have visited smelled funny.
Are you in Georgia?
Yeah though, Plato's Closet is more expensive than like goodwill but they have better clothes, the reason it is more expensive is that it is a thrift store geared towards young people, and that the employees are young and actully know the value of the things. But its still a pretty good store.
i got a huf X spitifre teeshirt today at a thrift store for 5 bucks!
probably one of my coolest finds, i'll post pics tomorrow
i would right now but the teeshirt's all disgusting and sweaty from
Nawh I'm not in ATL , But do you find Jays at Platos?
I saw some fake bathing apes...
If I see Jays or Nikes I'm grabbing them...
the unique on willson is real good
hatch - your comment is pointless, clearly that's not fact.
although they do share the same name
Today i got a pair of nudies (at a higher end thrift) for 20 bucks!
i was pretty excited, they're even stevens - and they're size 36, but w/e
i went to go get them tailored today so they will fit better
Nudies - 20bux
hemming/tapering - 20bux
a great find at a thrift store...PRICELESS
p.s. justin you a norfsider?
thrifting is like record collecting
Originally posted by Inactive Useri find alot of good shit.
this entire outfit cost me less than 20$
Those cordovans look damn near unused for something from the 1960's. nice find. I love cordovan leather 'cause it ages in such a unique way compared to other leathers; I almost love weathered/used cordovan more than a well-kept fresh pair. That shit was meant to be worn in.
There was a news clip about some woman here who used to live in california who bought a painting at a thrift store back in cali for 5 bucks and it turned out to be a jackson pollock. There's been a lot of debate about it being a real pollock and it took her 15 years to get it authenticated because it was never signed. She's auctioning it off for 50 million I think. That's unbelievable, I can't even fathom 5 million, let alone 50 million.