Thrift Store Blog

Contributed by: Jess & Jana, Salvation Army Thrift Store Creative Experts

Dresses just put you in the mood for summertime and festivals that's why we recently went thrifting at our local Salvation Army Thrift Store in St. John's and found quite a few pieces! We're... more

 

Contributed by: Anna Lee, Salvation Army Thrift Store Creative Expert. 
                         Youtuber & Blogger for There She Goes 

Coachella always gets the ball rollin’ when it comes to music festival season! Since I didn’t get to go this... more

 

Contributed by: Tijana, Salvation Army Thrift Store Creative Expert and blogger for A Plentiful Life 

I found the lantern above at my local Salvation Army Thrift Store for $8, the glass was in great shape and for the size that is a steal of a deal!  I was going to keep the lantern as... more

 

Contributed by: Jess and Jana, Salvation Army Thrift Store Creative Experts.

We've noticed the slip dress from the 1990s has made a comeback! So a couple weeks ago when we visited the Salvation Army Thrift Store in St. John's (Newfoundland). Deciding to be different we scouted out the "sleepwear"... more

Hi my name is Anna, I'm a thrift YouTuber and blogger from There She Goes. My style consists of free spirited, bohemian style with a hint of vintage! I get my daily inspirations from being in the outdoors and boho culture as I find it so... more

Introducting as our newest Creative Expert Tijana from Vancouver! The frugalista behind the blog A Plentiful Life, is a DIY (Do-It-Yourself) Lover, Savvy Saver and Thrifter Extraordinaire.  Tijana loves  discovering new ways to live her best life on a budget, from meal planning to... more

Contributed by Jess and Jana

Jess and Jana are two sisters from a small town in Newfoundland & Labrador who have had a passion for clothing and photography since they were kids - draping a floral sheet against a wall in their bedroom and styling... more

 

Contributed by: Style Hunter Fox, Salvation Army Thrift Store Creative Expert

My outfits almost always consist of something vintage, something thrifted, something made in... more

Contributed by: Sheri, Confessions of a Refashionista

When I spied that frumpy striped dress on the rack at The Salvation Army Thrift Store I knew I'd be able to transform it into... more

Contributed by Amanda of Rechic Studio & Design.

Sometimes the hardest part of thrifting can be trying to see past the current state of the furniture, and imagining what could be. This is especially true for pieces that are missing components (such as... more

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