February 10, 2018

Thift Haul // $5 Bag Sale


Today's post comes to you in the form of a video.

I love sharing the treasures I find at thrift stores. This trip I was particularly lucky, as my mom and I accidentally came across a local thrift store having a $5 bag sale. We decided to check it out and to our surprise, it was a really great place and we managed to fill up two paper bags with clothes. I definitely plan on going back, as their regular prices were also pretty decent; most pieces were $3-$5. Plus, I always feel good about supporting local mom-and-pop thrift stores.

I hope you enjoy the video! Let me know which piece is your favorite in the comments!


  1. Oooooh you're making videos! Alright! Thrifting is legit the best :)

    Lilly xoxo

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