By sharing your thrift store experiences and savvy scores, you’re inspiring others like a thrift pro and in the process, gaining fresh insights from them, too. Keep reading after the jump for my suggestions on how to share your thrift scores using social media platforms Facebook, Instagram and Twitter, inspire others to thrift like a pro and how thrifting inspires the greatest score of all: Giving!
Thrift fails happen to the best of us — even me! I’ve suffered many a thrift store catastrophe that could have been prevented with close inspection of my piece before purchase. So that you can avoid making future thrift fails of your own, keep reading after the jump for my top 4 tips to inspecting all angles of your thrift store finds!
By sticking to a thrift shopping strategy, it’s more likely you’ll leave the thrift store victorious because you executed a game plan for the best performance possible. Keep reading after the jump for five tips to thrifting like a pro that’ll have you shopping the racks and scoring stylish steals like the MVT (most talented thrifter!) you have the potential to be.
Thrift shopping like a professional requires investment of time before the thrifting game even begins, like researching before they thrift and packing necessary supplies to have while thrifting.
Keep reading after the jump for part 2 in my series on “How to Thrift Like a Pro,” outlining 4 key tips on what to pack for optimal preparation to make game-winning thrift scores once you step foot in the store!
Whether you’re already a thrift pro or an aspiring one, performing pre-shopping research is crucial for the know-how you need to stuff your closet full of fabulous finds without having to empty your wallet or sacrifice precious thrift time, too. Researching to determine where to travel, what to thrift and how to use a few helpful tech tools will make every shopping experience a successful one!
Shopping thrift stores shouldn’t be scary — but the reality is that even the savviest of thrift shoppers could unknowingly purchase unsafe and potentially dangerous items at thrift stores. Thrift store shopping can save you a few bucks on expensive necessities but without you even knowing it at time of purchase, eventually cost you big on the safety scale.