I love this thrift shop, they have gathered everything that you can think of. From old mirrors to nice furniture, rocking chair, dresser, end table, table, chair, menorah, sitsit, mezuzah, jewish art, judaica, murano glass, chandeliers, books, wigs, eyewear, leather jackets, mink jackets, fedoras hats, skullcaps, cowboy hats, homburgs, veils, flapper hats, derby hats, custom jewelry, men’s cufflinks, silver rings, purses, chanel handbags, chanel belts, mark jacob handbags, kade spade handbags, dooney & bourke handbags, fendi handbags, prada handbags, juicy couture handbags, coach purses, tod’s handbags, salvatore ferragamo ( i bought few of them for myself) I have only listed a few. Make sure to ask they store manager, Moji, to show you the handbags. If you don't find what you are looking for ask her to see if she can get it for you. I have got few name brand handbags and belts from helping hand thrift shop and i owe it to Moji. She is the best sales lady. She took care of me and i am sure she will take care of you. But you got to see it yourself to believe what i say. Make sure to checkout their jewelry section and their endless hat selections. Their window is nicely displayed. I have bought so many things from their window. You can find great deals there. They also have a large selection of paintings and picture frames. Make sure to check this shop at least once a week, they always get so many cool stuff and you will be amazed to see what you can just find there. Oh, don't forget that they have parking in rear. I have parked so many times in the meter in front of the shop and i did not pay attention that they have their own parking in the back; just go through the alley and you will find it. Bring your friends and it will be a fun atmosphere. Sometimes they offer cold water or sweets as well. This is a family business. check it out and tell your friends. i think they have a website now: http://helpinghandthriftshop.com/
342 N San Fernando RdLos Angeles, CA 90031
From Business: Maintaining a location in Los Angeles, Goodwill Industries is one of the leading nonprofit providers of education, training and career-related services. It offers e…
This store is truly your ONE-stop shop for thrift shopping. They have a resale store that sells clothes, dishes, furniture, records, books, toys and other items all at low prices and all individually marked. I have gotten some great bargains there including a wooden coffee table for $7 and various picture frames from 99 cents. They also have an outlet store which is a huge room filled with tables of cloth goods (clothes, bedding, tablecloths) sold by the pound. They also have records, books, and furniture, sold by the pound also. Load up your cart, weigh it, and walk out. I bought a pea coat there (in perfect condition for about a buck twenty-five and a cache of Rubens drawings from some Russian museum collection for 99 cents. After you're done, you can stop at their café for a bite. They also have rooms for community events and a farmer's market once a week. And, of course, you can drop off goods at the donation center. This place is a bargain all around.
"It's a wrap" is what closes the day in movie productions. All scenes are shot, time to wrap things up and go home to get some rest or to the next bar to prepare for the morning after. Did you ever wonder what happens to the tons and tons on clothing that are used in the huge movie productions? Here's you answer: someone sells them to you. With the result that you can get one or the other crazy bargain. Try it!