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Thrifted Thursdays: 01.12.17

Spend enough time shopping at secondhand stores, and eventually thrifted finds take over your closet. That’s what has happened to us, anyways.

We love getting inspired while browsing and sorting through the racks at thrift shops. 168 more words


all the clothes

Although I am Canadian, I grew up in Arizona and will always be a desert girl at heart. When I first moved to British Columbia almost ten years ago I experienced my first “real winter”, even if it was in one of the mildest places in Canada. 476 more words


Paying-it-forward doesn't pay off for Okanagan woman

KELOWNA, B.C. – RCMP responded to reports of a disturbance at a Kelowna thrift store Tuesday night after a woman offering to pay for other people’s items wouldn’t leave the premises. 239 more words


Let the kimonos do the job!

If there is one piece of clothing that looks effortless and chic it’s the kimono. When I don’t know what to wear I always add a kimono to my outfit and it does the job. 108 more words


Reader Letter: Greenhouse industry should provide for its workers

Re: Winter clothing drive on to help new crop of migrant workers deal with the cold, Windsor Star, Dec. 31, 2016

I completely understand the need for warm winter clothing for the food industry workers coming from warmer climates such as Mexico to work in the greenhouses. 206 more words


Outdoor thrifty 

I used to think I had to buy everything brand new from a store. Thrift stores had funny smells, they were over whelming with things and I just could not get the idea out of my head that they were just for other people. 496 more words


Ding, dong, ding, dong

Simple toys bringing simple joys. This Christmas bell chimes bought at Value Village for $10 Canadian and still works.

Relax and enjoy Carol of the Bells that is priceless.