Last month, I posted the top places where I go thrifting/opshopping. Today I have a huge thrift haul from a few weeks back when I realised I needed more winter pieces. These are more basic staple clothing items but I still wanted to share them because of how inexpensive I got them.
I haven’t posted an opshop/thrift haul in a long time so I thought I’d finally share with you what I got from my local Hospice last time I went. I didn’t get too much stuff but I still found some good things both in the actual opshop and in the Hospice warehouse section.
I got a mixture of brands this time too from Dotti, Lululemon and Kathmandu.
If you want to see my full haul, continue below.
I have another thrift haul to share today. I wanted to share this one because it is from a bargain bin of one of my favourite opshops.
As you may know, I love thrifting/opshopping and I go to a few different ones. One of the North Shore Hospice shops has a warehouse at the back of the normal shop where there are bargain bins and piles of clothing, books, appliances and furniture. The warehouse shop of the North Shore Hospice is the cheapest of all opshops I go to.
One man’s trash is another man’s treasure
I have been asked multiple times on my “secret” to op shopping. For those that don’t know, thrifting or op shopping is when you go shopping at thrift stores, second-hand shops or charity shops. It has also been popularised by Macklemore & Ryan Lewis with their song Thrift Shop. If you haven’t heard of that song, you may have been living under a rock.
So basically, you are looking at pre-loved/second hand items that have mostly been donated by others. I am a serial op shopper. I am obsessed with it (as you can tell from my thrift hauls) and I love the thrill of finding a great pieces for bargain prices.
If you want to know my thrifting/op shopping tips, click below.
This is my third opshop haul on the blog and it definitely won’t be the last! I LOVE opshopping so much. It makes me happy when I find great pieces are bargain prices.
This is from my last opshopping trip and I visited my favourite Hospice North Shore shop.
See below for details.