What is the best thing that you have bought in a second hand shop?
December 3, 2009 1:05pm CST
Hello! Have you ever bought something in a second hand shop? If yes, what was your best purchase? I have discovered a very nice second hand shop not far from my home and the best is that nobody knows about it, at least none of my friends....it's my little secret...because there last time I found some really nice things and planning to go there again this Saturday, I hope I will get something!!! :) Thank for sharing your experience with me!!!!
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4 Dec 09
I bought several designer items in a secondhand shop.I went to this secondhand shop last Saturday with some friends.let me tell you,finding great finds in a secondhand shop is very addicting.I got a lot of stuff worth my money.I got a Marc Jacobs trench coat,a BCBG and Mango dress,and a Zara top.aside from that,from my previous shopping,I got a Marc Jacobs skirt and D&G dress.I thought I could never afford designer items,but I have some now.cheers to secondhand shopping!
6 Dec 09
I think I like to go to second hand shops because as well I couldn't afford any designer outlet unless I do some savings for a longer time. But to my mind it is quite silly to save maybe one year till I could buy a LV bag for example but at that time I even cannot afford to buy a brad maybe - it's a little bit exaggeration but anyway -true!!! Good luck in shopping!!!
3 Dec 09
Hello Miss Sweety. Oh, ok, good to keep the secret ! LOL ! Any way, I do go to second hand shops once in a while, to see what things are available. One thing that I bought and have been very happy about is a printer. Very cheap, and have been using it for over a year now, and working very well too. Have a nice day !
3 Dec 09
I got a leather coat that had hardly been worn for £4.50 (GBP)It didnt have a mark on it and the spare buttons were still in the little bag fixed to the inside of the coat. I've also been buying videos for just 10pence each. I watch them, pass them on to my mumto watch and then we take them back to the charity shop.