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Topic: Antique, Thrift, Junk, Goodwill...ect STORES  (Read 4371 times)
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« Reply #10 on: August 08, 2010 07:14:37 PM »

I have found awesome stuff (furniture, plus size clothing, vintage clothing for resell, lots and lots of old curtains of all kinds at the St. Vinny's) in both the Salvation Army and the St. Vincent dePaul stores on Forest Park off of Grand (near SLU campus). Their prices always seem to be WAY lower than the Goodwill, too.


ive bought numerous dresses, skirts, blouses ext at the various goodwill stores around the area..does rag-rama have plus size clothing...and yes i love to go out junk shopping-one of my favorite past times

They do have plus sizes, but their selection in that department was so lacking that I stopped going there altogether. This may have changed in the last 6 months, but seeing that it is The Loop and super trendy, etc., I highly doubt so.
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« Reply #11 on: August 12, 2010 06:43:05 AM »

^^^ I don't know about that... I was in avalon QUITE recently and actually had trouble locating the small and medium dresses for all the XL ones.

I think they even have an okay vintage selection.


The thing with avalon is their prices though, it gets me everytime. So I rarely buy anything... $24 for a 2nd hand dress?!?

I prefer just selling, because you get more than at Plato's
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