Reading: War of the Worlds by HG Wells
For a day of hardcore thrifting and fun, Sophie took me to Downtown Fullerton. We had been planning on a day for thrifting for awhile now, but school work kept us from going out and we finally had time this Spring Break, so we went for it.
Stray Cat, which as you can see, is very crowded. A lot of clothing and costumes are there, but it's so crowded that you really have to dig to find what you want. I did like the large selection of records and other band memorabilia, which kept me occupied for a long time, searching through everything. I believe Sophie said this one was her favorite that day.
American Vintage, which is only a few doors down. Sophie and I loved how organized it was and I liked the large array of designer and military clothing. What was interesting was that every style of clothing was the same price. For example, a polo shirt will cost you $16 no matter what brand it is nor the quality. The clothing here was actually very reasonably priced compared to some other thirft stores I've been to and considering this one was extremely clean and well arranged.
Buffalo Exchange was exactly like any other Buffalo Exchange out there, but we went, since it was right across the street from the other places. If you're looking for modern clothing, this is probably your best bet. Sophie and I spent a long time here, but had difficulty finding stuff that fit for a decent price. After we were done with the thrift stores in Downtown Fullerton, we went on a hunt for some food for me and ended up at a Starbuck's.