We street scouted Joseph who buys most of his clothes thrifted and just happens to be a bit of an expert on the topic. And no, we don’t mean from the kinda shops that offer close to retail prices! With a longstanding interest in fashion, he adopted a more budget-friendly way of exploring his passion and still commits to finding most of his covetable (and affordable) pieces at Value Village. Given his impeccable style and attention to fit and detail, you would never guess his entire outfit was pieced together for only $30. Style savvy guys (and gals), take note.
While thrifting isn’t for everyone, post holiday splurging is also not in the cards for most, and so we encourage you to think outside the box of those perfectly merchandised boutique racks. Below, a few key thrifting tips to elevate your wardrobe with the most covetable finds around town.
Want more thrifting tips? Check Reddit for Josephs’ guide to thrifting.
*head to toe:
Hat – no brand, $2
Army jacket – no brand, $7
Sweater – no brand, $4
Jeans – H&M, $7
Shoes – Aldo, $10
All items were purchased at Value Village.