If there’s one thing thrifters love more than thrifting, it’s talking about thrifting. Two treasure-hunting friends, Dina (@dinasdays) and Shannon, host Thanks, it's Thrifted, a podcast about secondhand style, thrifting tips, and sustainable living. Come for the tips, stay for the laughs.
If Online Thrifting is Wrong, I Don't Wanna Be Right
Shannon went on a spending spree on Shop Goodwill online and has a business proposal for Dina. This is our season finale. For more about the podcast go to dinasdays.com/podcast
Generational Gems with Evy Lena Vintage
We chat with Katrina, owner of Evy Lena Vintage about preserving generational treasures, thrifting, and owning a small business.
Is it Still Hard to Thrift Plus Size Clothing?
A few years ago, we discussed the problem with thrift stores and plus size clothing. Now that it's been three years, we wondered: is it still hard to thrift plus size clothes? Get episode show notes at dinasdays.com/podcast
Rating our Thrift Purchases
Rating our thrift finds and the lessons they taught us. Get episode show notes at dinasdays.com/podcast
Movies & Shows That Inspired Our Style
We're sharing some of the movies, shows, and books that shaped and inspired our style as kids and young adults. Get episode show notes at dinasdays.com/podcast
Where Have All The Garage Sales Gone?
We had an amazing summer treasure hunting and bargain shopping. But one question left us scratching our heads: where have all the garage sales gone?
Listening in on Dina and Shannon’s conversations is so fun! I love thrifting and finding deals and hearing their tips and fun finds always makes me want to rush to my nearest thrift store.
Also love their body positivity and ideas for dressing outside of your comfort zone.
I’d not add it to my daily listen
Love listening to Dina and Shannon!
This podcast is so entertaining to listen to! You get to listen in on a conversation between two great friends as they share tips and stories about thrifting. I love that they live in my area, so many of the stores they refer to are ones I actually shop at.