I have said it before and I will continue to say it - Virginia Beach has some AMAZING thrifting going on. The prices are good but the stock is great. I suspect it's because so many military families move through and need to dump things quickly, but it could just be random luck.
Store number one was Goodwill - with a similar pricing structure as back home in Atlanta. So I wasn't particularly impressed with the deals on adult clothes but the kid clothes were priced better than at home PLUS I found a bunch of things left in the half-price color (here usually that color is picked over very quickly), so that was good. Everything below is for the kid and I am going on memory for prices... Not shown, 50 cent board book illustrating Polly Put the Kettle On.
|Gymboree and way cute. I think this was a dollar.|
|I vaguely remember that this was full price and so...$2?|
|I think this was also $2.|
|And these might've been a dollar. Maybe 2?|
|99 cents! NY and Co. This is very similar to another denim skort that I thrifted that I wear all the time, but it is a size smaller. I took a risk for a dollar. (No fitting rooms at the DAV.)|
|Cute owl shirt. 99 cents.|
|H&M top that I hope fits. $1.98.|
|For the kid (too big for her, too small for me, but it will fit her eventually). 99 cents.|
|Favorite find of the day - Hanna Andersson skirt/skort in perfect condition. $3. Way too big for the kid but it will eventually fit her. Yesssss.|
|Talbots skirt was $3, marked down from $6. H&M top was $3. I think they go together and I hope they fit!|
|69 cent silly shirt for husband.|