Fiddy Cent Dress

Wednesday, February 22, 2012

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Imagine my delight in discovering a discount rack in my local op shop where all garments were reduced to 50c. I find two dresses that fit, including this little one..

Fifty cents? Probably the cheapest one can pay pay for a dress, surely? I can't however, bring myself to part with just $1 for two dresses, I gave the op shop volunteer $2 instead..

What is the cheapest second hand garment you've purchased before, and where from? What would you consider, to be your best ever fashion bargain?



I Love To Op Shop said...

Bag a bag for $5 got me in a frenzy on one op shop tour! Some of the individual items were marked more than $5. I did check though and they confirmed all cothes were included! If my memory serves me correctly though you helped with that one!

Natalie_vintage_girl said...

cute :)

rachel @ idlepines said...

I regularly go to a fill a bag sale held a few times a year at a local opshop so the items might work out to be 10-20c each. Years ago at one fill a big sale at an opshop depot each piece of clothing worked out to be 6c each for my Mum!!
Best find would have to be a 60s woollen jacket: $9 bought over 13 years ago at an opshop and still stunning & timeless today.

Alexandriaweb said...

I can't decide if that dress is hideous, amazing or hideously amazing 0_o

Klickitat said...

I just purchased a full length wool and cashmere, union made coat for $1(USD). It is beautiful.

Stacey said...

That dress is very cute! I love 50c opshopping days.

recycology said...

Mine would have to be the $785 Chanel wedge shoes still in the box. You'd gag at the price....I cant disclose it, but suffice to say my best ever market find. Ever.

Unknown said...

So glad to hear you've all managed to score some thrifty bargains, recycology - would love to know how much you found those Chanel's for!!

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