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Post by livingdoll on Sun Jul 18, 2010 3:57 am

Do you ever buy clothes from charity shops?

I've bought lots of clothes from them. Have done lots of volunterring in charity shops and was an assistant manager in one until I met John and got married and you'd be suprised at the things that are given to them. Theres a lot of designer clothes to be had at a fraction of the original price. I've no problems going into charity shops and buying anything that I might see there that I like

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Post by diane on Sun Jul 18, 2010 5:47 am

I love charity shops and have had some real bargains,,mainly before the shops knew what designer was and started whacking the prices up! lol I often go to York with my sister and we spend almost the whole day going from one charity shop to another..I do think that a lot of them overprice things though, especially now when clothes are so inexpensive in places like Primark etc: flower
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Re: Charity Shops

Post by jaycee on Fri Aug 27, 2010 7:12 am



Yes, I love shopping there. I browse a lot before buying. It started with ceramics as that was a hobby for me at the time.I agree with you there are so many bargains and good quality clothing. We were going to a wedding recently, I bought two wedding outfits from their rail. One I looked up was a Frank Usher outfit, top/skirt and long jacket. New they were around the £300 + range.
Too many of my tops have been splashed with bleach, when I am cleaning at home, so I buy all the tops I need there. It helps the charity and eases the pressure on your purse too.


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