Thrift Shop

Posted on July 20, 2014

Last year, got rather excited when I discovered Macklemore – a great songwriter with a decent back story. Thrift Shop immediately caught me. I now realise why.

Spent a day in Norwich yesterday looking for new clothes for my new dawn but failed quite miserably.

Today, I chose the more prosaic surroundings of a retail park closer to home and bought two pairs of decent shoes, new socks and trousers for the princely amount of £65. I was quite smitten with TK Maxx in fact after guffawing at its Primark credentials for years. A pair of shoes I’d seen in Schuh yesterday for £65 were £12. Impressive stuff.

I now need to extend my Thrift Shop search to food which is our largest weekly expense – I want to find some gluten free ciabatta for 50p, some pasta for 60p and some muesli for 70p. Ok the 10p price gradations are a bit contrived but you get my drift? If a pair of shoes, or a pack of socks can have a 80% markdown why not free from food?

An ex pupil Rachel once posted on my wall some Udi’s muesli marked at 50p a bag in B and M Bargains.

But apart from this, I’ve yet to see the free from equivalent of TK Maxx etc.

Can anyone enlighten me please?


1 Reply to "Thrift Shop"

  • Jane
    July 20, 2014 (9:54 pm)
    Reply

    Try Aldi or B&M


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