5 Thrift Stores to Dress Your Inner Hipster
Thrift stores are probably some of the most magical places on Earth. I mean, where else are you going to find vintage clothes, household items, and accessories? You never know what treasure you’re going to discover when you step foot inside these places, and that’s part of the appeal. Oh – and just because it’s the perfect time to start shopping for your ugly Christmas sweater!
Brown Roof Thrift
Located on the East Side of Spartanburg, Brown Roof Thrift is a thrift store like no other. One of their goals is to make your shopping experience different from other stores by creating an unique and fun atmosphere. Their number one goal, however, is to provide money to local non-profits to help at-risk youth, families, and seniors in the Spartanburg area. They have a newer location in Greenville that also supports non-profits in the area. Their selection, which includes clothing, furniture, and household items, is sure to have everything you need at an affordable price. For more information on donation and store hours, click here.
Second Chances Thrift Shop
Not only does this place give gently used clothing and home décor a second chance, but they also give animals the same opportunity. Located in Greenville, all proceeds from this thrift store benefit the Concerned Citizens for Animals no-kill shelter. They have almost anything you could want such as appliances, pet supplies, books, and antiques. Second Chances Thrift Shop tests and cleans all items donated as well as washes and irons all the clothing they receive which sets them apart from most thrift stores. To find out more about this place, click here!
Wilderness Way Girls Camp Thrift Store of Anderson
From fifty-cent children’s clothing every Wednesday to surprising flash sales throughout the week, the Wilderness Way Girls Camp Thrift Store of Anderson has a multitude of items for sale at reasonably low prices. This thrift store is not only committed to bringing quality items to their customers, but they also have a mission to help their camp, which is a residential program for at-risk girls. Whether you’re looking for clothing or knickknacks for the house, you’re sure to find them here! For more information about this thrift store, click here.
Woods Thrift and More
Woods Thrift and More, located in Woodruff, has practically everything you could ever want. There’s nothing you can’t find here, from their huge selection of appliances to complete dining room sets and living room furniture, all the way to their racks of clothing. This thrift store is the perfect place for when you want to go shopping, but you just can’t put your finger on what it is you’re looking for. For more information on their location and hours of operation, click here.
Palmetto State Thrift Co
Not every thrift store is the same, and Palmetto State Thrift Co in Simpsonville is proving just that. They genuinely put their customers first by offering great deals such as their 30% discount every Tuesday for those over the age of 55, and flash sales (their most recent one being on all their books) popping up randomly. They have a huge selection of clothing which they organize by size and color along with linens, housewares, and accessories. To learn more about their great deals and location, click here.