Blog Profiles: Thrift Store Blogs

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Thrifting Blogs We Love

I’m impressed by those who can find good fashion at the thrift store.

My daughter is especially great at this. She finds dresses, jeans, designer bags — you name it. And, it’s all at a fraction of the retail price.

Goodwill is trying out new store formats, as well as online eBay-style auctions.

When it comes to thrift store finds, the ladies have it. (Online stylist Joseph Knowles is an exception to that rule. Follow him on Instagram to see.)

Here are some of my favorites.

1. Fashion Steele NYC

Founder of Fashion Steele NYC, Monroe Steele is a fashion, lifestyle, and travel writer.

Her blog is “a personal fashion, lifestyle and travel website where luxury, thrift and high street meet,” she says on the site.

I enjoyed reading Why I went Natural, Seasonal Blogger, and Canadian Tuxedo–because denim on denim always prevails.

Follow @fashionsteeleny on Twitter.

Fashion Steele NYC

Credit: @monroesteele on Instagram.

2. Dina’s Days

Dina’s passion for thrifting began at an early age in the ’90s when she lived in Amman, Jordan.

Now in Akron, Ohio, she finds 95 percent of her wardrobe secondhand, and blogs for Goodwill Akron and the Cleveland Flea.

I recommend reading How to find and rock the perfect secondhand coat, Goodwill Couples Date Night Challenge, and Thrift Score: $1 Utility Jacket.

Follow @DinasDays on Twitter.

Dina's Days Blog

Credit: @dinasdays on Instagram

3. Thrifting Diva

Ayana Pitterson is a personal stylist, thrifting expert, and fashion blogger. She was born in Trinidad, grew up in NYC, and is now based in Annapolis, Maryland.

She unearths “sartorial treasures and fabulous fashion finds in consignment shops, thrift stores, yard sales, estate auctions, fashion swaps and vintage boutiques,” according to the site.

Why You Should Wear What You Like, How To Wear A Dress That Does Not Fit, and las vegas + vintage dress are interesting reads.

Follow @thriftingdivas on Instagram.

Ayana Pitterson Ayana Pitterson DC/MD/VA personal stylist & thrift blogger.

Credit: @thriftingdivas on Instagram

4. Too Cheap Blondes

Jen and Pippa met each other at a Goodwill store. Pippa recognized Jen from a newspaper article.

They teamed up to share their tips and tricks on tackling thrifting.

Check out: Mexico Vacation Summer Style on a Budget ~Shopping at a Thrift Store  and $25 Thrift Store Challenge Casual Style ~ Weekend Wear.

Follow @toocheapblondes on Instagram.

Too Cheap Blondes blog

Credit: @toocheapblondes on Instagram.

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Stephanie Donovan is a Senior Customer Content Specialist at PR Newswire, is an avid runner, and likes discovering new ways to live green. In her free time, she likes discovering new music, keeping up to date on the best new TV shows, and traveling.

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4 Responses

  1. Craig says:

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  2. great information about a thrift store. Here we have a huge collection of second hand clothes. We have a 100% unique collection for women and men wear. Visit here to know more

  3. I personally think the biggest benefit of buying secondhand clothes would be to save money like you said. I feel like knowing you are saving the environment also adds a good deal of incentive to buy your clothes secondhand from I wouldn’t mind being more thrifty in the future and buying a lot of my clothes used

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