Thrifty Flea
  1. 2 new pairs of thrifted shoes! The loafers were $4.59 at Goodwill and the boots were $3.99 at Value Village! :)

    2 new pairs of thrifted shoes! The loafers were $4.59 at Goodwill and the boots were $3.99 at Value Village! :)

  2. And finally for this evening, this pair of American Eagle by Payless shoes, never worn and still containing the $23 price tag, came from Value Village for $0.99 on half price day. They’ve got a nice little hidden wedge…perfect for wearing with summer dresses :)

  3. These came in the mail today! Another cool Etsy bargain, I got these boots from a store called Vintage Bygones¬†with a 50% off seller coupon, making them only $11! They’re vintage and genuine leather, handmade made by Loints of Holland, and therefore retail at about $300…guess the seller didn’t do their homework!

  4. I’m in Traveler’s Rest, SC for the weekend, and just had another successful afternoon at Miracle Hill Thrift Store! These shoes are ridiculously comfy, genuine leather, made by Soft Spots, and cost $2. I have two new batches of stuff to post this week, so keep an eye out :)

  5. These Bass loafers came from Goodwill in Conyers, GA about 5 years ago, when I believe the shoe price was still $3.59. They had hardly been worn when I got them, but I’ve nearly worn them out in the time that I’ve had them! 

    These Bass loafers came from Goodwill in Conyers, GA about 5 years ago, when I believe the shoe price was still $3.59. They had hardly been worn when I got them, but I’ve nearly worn them out in the time that I’ve had them!¬†

  6. Got these cool little vintage shoes about 5 years ago at a local bi-annual flea market called the Avondale Children’s Home Sale for $2!

  7. Awesome leather loafers by Belgian Shoes, handmade in Belgium! From the Value Village in Conyers, GA, $3.99.

  8. First up are these awesome Bass oxfords! I got these about 4 years ago at a tiny hole-in-the-wall thrift shop in Porterdale, GA. They looked as though they were new out of the box and only cost me $2…needless to say, they’ve been a staple ever since!

    First up are these awesome Bass oxfords! I got these about 4 years ago at a tiny hole-in-the-wall thrift shop in Porterdale, GA. They looked as though they were new out of the box and only cost me $2…needless to say, they’ve been a staple ever since!

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