New Generation Of Maine Thrift Stores Let Women Dress Like Escorts On Common Streetwalker Budgets

Maine Thrift storesAUBURN — In one shop, it’s toys, clothes, kids’ gear, country tunes and a rack of tiny red velvet holiday dresses so adorable that anyone with baby fever best avert their eyes. A few doors up it’s bright lights, happy music and racks of jeans, sweaters, coats and tops. A clingy teal BCBG club dress hangs from one mannequin. Fair warning: Extra-small, it requires a rocking body. But the price? Get ready to pick your jaw up off the dance floor: $12.50. New BCBG dresses can go for hundreds. Two stores, one plaza, one new, one moved from across the street, both examples of L-A’s expanding appetite for thrift. (read more at Lewiston Sun Journal)

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