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Story and photos by SARAH PHILLIPS | DURANT HIGH
Shopping at thrift stores is good for many reasons, not the least of which is how easy it is on your wallet. But, even better, you can find some really cool clothes. Durant High junior Molly Holland is a pro at thrifting. For today’s story, she shopped at the Lighthouse Brandon Family Store, 535 E. Brandon Blvd. Here are some tips she offers for scoring the best treasures:
• It takes time. You want to go in there when you have time to search through everything, because you might find that hidden gem on a rack.
• If you find something that you think is going to be too big, try it on because you can always roll the sleeves or tuck it in to make it more tailored looking.
• To speed up the process, look for patterns or fabrics you like, then see if you like the style of the item.
LOOK NO. 1 (photo, top left)
Jeans: her own
LOOK NO. 2 (photo, bottom left)
Oxfords: her own
LOOK NO. 3 (photo, bottom middle)
LOOK NO. 4 (photo, bottom right)