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Try the Trend: Thrift With Me

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Everyone loves getting designer looks for cheap, so Thrift With Me content always snags tons of views, likes, and comments. Comb your local thrift or vintage store on camera for some new-to-you pieces, and style them with items you already own (and can MagicLink to, of course!). If you’re handy with a sewing machine, take inspiration from MagicLinks influencers like April of @Coolirpa and transform ugly thrifted clothes into gorgeous on-trend styles.


Haley’s Corner shows us how to pull off summery style for cheap in this Thrift With Me on Sale Day video – we’re not surprised it’s gotten over 150,000 views in 1 month!

Urban Outfitters styles have a vintage-y vibe, so why not join Emily Wass as she finds UO dupes at the actual thrift store in this Thrifting Urban Outfitters Dupes video?


No good thrift stores near you? These top-converting MagicLinks brand partners offer both a vintage look AND high gross commission rates.

Gavin Dress
$218 at Reformation
With a thigh-high leg slit, retro pattern, and peekaboo cutout back, this sleek 1940s-esque dress gets a thumbs up from us. Show off your curves!

Fiona Huggie
Hoop Earrings

$38 at Bauble Bar
Any 80’s fashionista would’ve died over these bold enamel hearts (in red, pink, green, or yellow) dangling from thick gold hoops.

Cricut Starter
Sewing Kit

$26.97 at Consumer Crafts
Ready to rip the sleeves off a thrifted jacket? You’ll need the right equipment for the job. This high-quality, basic sewing supply kit is a great starter for any creator.

The Linen Notch
Short-Sleeve Shirt

$58 at Everlane
That “1992 soccer mom” look, without the wood-paneled station wagon. Grab one in all 5 colors.

Janome 10-Stitch New
Home Portable Machine

$79.95 at HSN
If you can sew (and if so, we’re jealous #wefailedhomeec ), show your fans how to alter thrift store goods to be perfectly tailored to them. Also, please teach us your ways.

Vintage Look At
Utility Dress

$35 on sale at Nasty Gal
This roomy a-line shift can go 1960s (ankle boots and pastel eyeshadow) or 1990s (knee high socks, chunky Doc Martens, and too much black eyeliner.

Moussy Vintage Viola
Wide Straight Jeans

$350 at Revolve
Pre-distressed, pre-feathered, pre-faded, and practically perfect? We’ll take two pairs, please! (When you find the perfect jeans, you buy multiples. #protip)

Jaggar Sculpted
Slingback Pumps

$164 at Shopbop
It’s hard to find gently worn vintage shoes at a decent price. Add retro style to a thrifted look with these!

Miesha Ball Handle
Grab Bag

$52 at Topshop
Cher Horowitz would be totes jelly of this mini satchel with a wooden beaded handle. Sure, it’s not an Alaïa, but the price makes the lack of label ok by us.

Cover image courtesy of JENerationDIY

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