Best Thrift Stores in Orlando

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We all love a bargain and thrifting is the perfect way to save pennies and the environment. There are some amazing thrift stores in Orlando to find some awesome bargains and just look around in. More than 15 million tonnes of textile waste is generated by the USA alone each year. If we thrift more, a lot less waste would go to landfill. Best of all as it’s the perfect way to pick up great vintage pieces you won’t look like anyone else either. Not sure how to style your newfound goodies? Pop over to the GirlCrew app to join our fashion group to get styling advice. But for now, check out some of the best thrift stores in Orlando.

Once Loved, Again

Once Loved, Again is one of the best thrift stores in Orlando. Not only does it have a great selection of repurposed apparel, it also contributes to raising money for children who are autistic. The thrift store is a part of Santiago and Friends, an organisation that provides families of children who have autism, access to information and services. Adults who are autistic, receive support at the Once Loved, Again thrift store by learning job skills and gaining independence.

Etoile Boutique

Vintage Ralph Lauren + 🌻🌻🌻

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Etoile Boutique is a clothing, homeware and accessories boutique in The Milk District of Orlando that specializes in vintage, handmade and modern brands for women and men. New pieces arrive at the store every day, from local artists and designers. The thrift store also stocks homemade body products from jilliansays! and the School of Beardmanship. Renting a vintage piece for a photo shoot or costume party is also available and costs 25% of the tagged price of the item per week.

Goodwill Industries of Central Florida, Inc.

Goodwill Industries of Central Florida is regarded as one of the best goodwill in Orlando. Take part in the thrift stores program by being a loyal shopper. Goodwill Reward Cards can help you earn points for each purchase you make. Members earn one point for every $1 you spend in any of their retail stores. Another way of helping is rounding your purchase up to the nearest dollar and donating the change to Goodwill. Your change supports Goodwill’s vocational programs that help people find jobs and achieve independence.

Habitat for Humanity

Orlando’s Habitat for Humanity thrift store is the perfect place to find some furniture. New arrivals come into the store every day and to find the brand new stuff, check out their coloured tagging system. Each coloured tag has a different discount. Buying furniture from a thrift store is really handy, especially if you are moving into your first place and don’t have a lot of money. Buying something from a thrift store also gives you the opportunity to get something different, unique. That can be a real conversation starter. By shopping at Habitat, proceeds go towards building safe, affordable homes in the Orlando community.

Andee’s Thrift Shop

Andee’s Thrift Shop is a community thrift store in Orlando. It’s your local marketplace for original artwork, artisan goods, thrift finds, custom furniture and much more. The store is passionate about showcasing local talent, making sure the customer finds a one of a kind treasure you won’t find anywhere else. Every Friday, Andee’s post the ‘Secret Word’ on their various social media pages. You just need to say the word in the store to get the discount! Keep an eye on their events page for when the new secret word comes out and bag yourself a bargain.

So how did we do? Did we list all the best thrift stores in Orlando? Where are your favourite stores to thrift? Let us know in the comments below. Don’t forget to download the GirlCrew app, to find you’re shopping buddies. And if you feel like something to eat, or something fun to do we’ve got you covered there too.

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Ellie Smyth

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