I know I’ve done a few opshop hauls recently but that’s where I mostly shopped the past few months. Today’s post is mainly winter items I picked up from Savemart, my current favourite opshop. I absolutely love this haul and it’s probably one of my favourites.
Opshopping or thrifting is my favourite way to shop. Most of my clothes and even bags are from opshops. I love bargains and finding one of a kind pieces that not everyone would have. Savemart is one of the places I go opshopping because there’s one close to where I live and it’s huge that I’m bound to find something I like.
Today, I’m sharing with you my favourite places to opshop/thrift shop. If you live in Auckland and want to know where I usually get my thrift hauls then continue on with this post.
If you’ve been following my blog or Instagram for some time, you would’ve noticed my love for thrifting/opshopping. I love it so much and I’ve shared a lot of thrift hauls here on the blog.
It’s been a long time since I posted a thrift/opshop haul here on the blog. As much as I love thrifting, I haven’t had the time to go or if I have, I’ve only bought one or two pieces that weren’t enough to feature in a post.
A few weekends ago, I made the time to go to my favourite Hospice shop and I got lucky because I came home with a bunch of thrifted goodies.
I have a mixture of clothing, books and a kitchen item so continue on if you want to know everything I got.
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.