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Getting Familiar with Credential Used Clothing


What does it mean to buy or collect credential used clothing? Many who dabble in the used clothing market think that recycled materials are considered credential grade. This belief, however, does not properly capture what credential clothing, or what is also called “original clothing,” consists of. In essence, the term “credential clothing” refers to materials that … Continue reading Getting Familiar with Credential Used Clothing

Attention Buyers and Shoppers: How To Know the Difference Between Thrifty and Vintage Shopping


If you’re a business or a vintage aficionado shopper that is looking to build your available product stock or personal closet with higher end vintage items, but you are not too sure what to look out for or what the benefits are of ‘buying vintage’ versus ‘shopping thriftily’ are, you may want to start with … Continue reading Attention Buyers and Shoppers: How To Know the Difference Between Thrifty and Vintage Shopping

The Benefits of Shopping the Thrifty Way (for Shoppers and for Thrift Shops)


Thrifty shoppers are always looking for great bargains and the best deals. It might then come as no surprise that the best location to find those two things are in your local thrift stores and consignment shops! Thrift stores have become a viable alternative to big box stores and malls where the items may be … Continue reading The Benefits of Shopping the Thrifty Way (for Shoppers and for Thrift Shops)

Rag News: January 2018


Securing Used Goods Donations Under the Tax Cuts Act 2018 The new tax law means less taxpayers will use itemized deductions for their used clothing donations to charitable thrift stores. In order to offset the possibility of lower donation flow in both cash and material goods, charities must take their mission message to their communities … Continue reading Rag News: January 2018

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