I’ve whipped up a quick survey geared towards helping me understand more of what you want to read here at Thriftshop Chic. It’s under 10 questions and, depending on how loquacious you want to be, it could easily take you under 2 minutes.
Click here if you’d like to take it – I’d be supremely grateful!
And as a thank you, a quick appetizer of thrifting tips to chew on as you head into the week:
- Look outside the plus-sized section for plus-size clothes. They’re often mixed in with everything else.
- Same goes for maternity clothes – often thrift store employees don’t recognize maternity brands to sort them out.
- Line for the dressing room? Wear a close-fitting tank top or undershirt to be able to try on tops in public (thanks Nicole for that tip!)
- Trying on a dress but don’t want to take your shoes, socks, and pants off again? Just unbutton and drop trou like you’re using the toilet, then try the dress on over your head. If your imagination can’t remove the pants from the ensuing visual, well, just go ahead and take ’em off.
- If you have the luxury of a fitting room with more than one hook, set up a quick system to help you sort your finds: NOs on one hook, YESes on another hook, and MAYBEs on a third hook (or on the YES hook if you only have two hooks). Another option, particularly if you only have one hook? As you hang your tryons back on the hook, face all your YESes forward and your NOs backwards, tucking each NO at the back of the batch.
One more link to the survey, if you’re so inclined.
Happy Halloween! (If my toddler wanted anything to do with putting on a costume, I would’ve gone as Shere Khan with a side of skulls. You?)