1) On the weekend, especially on Saturdays and Sundays, there will be more people thrifting. If you have more flexibility in your schedule, Tuesday is an ideal day for shopping.
2) Avoid fast-fashion thrifting. Spending $10 on something new makes no sense when you can get a vintage or unique item for the same price.
3) Don't go out looking for a one-of-a-kind outfit. Don't forget to look for the necessities. Because there are so many options at thrift stores, buying basics is essential.
4) It is a mistake to refuse to use an item because it requires minor adjustments. Don't pass up a great item because it's the wrong size.
5) It is not worthwhile to purchase a product with stains or holes. It is essential to thoroughly inspect the garment to ensure that it is undamaged.
6) When thrift shoppers only consider the current season, they miss out on opportunities. Even during the off-season, the best selection of an item will be available.
7) Do not purchase too-small clothing in the belief that it will motivate you to lose weight. Your closet will be haunted if you fail to achieve that objective.
8) Repeatedly going to the same thrift store can become monotonous. If you wander around your neighborhood for a while, you may discover some hidden treasures.
9) Check with the employees to see if and when items are on sale. Make friends with the employees at your local thrift store and don't be afraid to ask questions.