Yes, necklaces are a great thing to shop for at the second hand store. Someone unloaded thousands of their grandmother’s necklaces and other jewelry at the store, and it’s yours for the flipping through. You will absolutely find something that has way more perceived value and that you love. Heck, it may even become a family heirloom for your progeny in the future, but for the present, at least you’ll have a great new necklace to hang around your neck.
2. Ironic footwear
women bowling shoes sort of like the ones you can get new at bowlingshoes.com but they’re the real thing. I guess back in the day many more folks were buying their own shoes before hitting the lanes. Perhaps there wasn’t such a shoe rental market back then.
3. Linda Ronstadt albums
4. Artwork for the New Home
When you’ve just moved in somewhere, you have to deck out the place so it seems lived in, and like a home. Eventually you can accumulate artwork that’s actually meaningful and pretty, but in the meantime you can fill the empty walls with artwork from the thrift stores. You can get some cool stuff in frames (that you can even reuse down the road when you discard the art itself). It can be fun to deck out the new house with items from the thrift store, which can be under ten bucks.