Have you ever found the most perfect gem from a thrift store that just makes you so so happy? I found these beautiful Frank and Oak jeans from Value Village , and they are exactly what I’ve been looking for. These jeans are about $90 on the Frank and Oak website, and I got them for under $10.
This year (and last year), I’ve been trying to shop more sustainably by buying my clothes secondhand or from ethical clothing companies. My wardrobe is slowly being filled by secondhand clothes that may have otherwise been thrown away. So next time you think about going to the mall to buy something new, go check out your local thrift store or Facebook Marketplace, because you might find exactly what you need, and for much less money. (This doesn’t mean I DON’T buy new clothing, but I’ve greatly decreased the amount of new clothes I buy. I one day hope to only buy secondhand). Top is also thrifted, from Goodwill.
This is Sheryl. Sheryl is an alcoholic rabbit whos husband died in the furry version of ww2. She blames her ex husband Harold for every problem in the world, she has refused to pay her taxes for months. I got her for 4 dollars at value village, she was worth my money and my soul.
My favorite part of working at Value Village (Savers) is how the entire month of October is Halloween time and it feels like it's our retail Christmas time since it's when we are the most busy.
But since year we have corona, there's talk that we aren't gonna get brand new costumes and won't set up a castle.
I was promised to be the lead of the Halloween team this year.
I'm sad and pissed off.
So here's some of the photos of my friend, Dave Savers. If he doesn't come back this year...I am gonna miss dressing him up and doing lil photoshoots with him before the store opens (my manager let do me this, i swear).