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Honestly speaking, thrifting may not be everybody's cup of tea. However, if you visit the thrift store loaded with patience, there are plenty of gems waiting to be discovered. It will take a little bit of rummaging through racks of slightly grotty clothes but you are almost certain to find at least one thing that will tickle your fancy.
Don't be afraid to cut, stud or fray the clothes you buy to add your own personal flavour. So channel your inner Macklemore, head down to the thrift shop and bask in all it's second hand glory. Here is where you'll find teenagers selling their old clothes for some extra pocket money. This means that clothes here are usually more trendy and fashionable than the ones from the thrift shop and therefore also priced slightly higher than at thrift shops. Items here may either be pre-loved or brand new, depending on the seller.
On good days, I've even managed to score some of last season's threads from Topshop and Zara at a fraction of the cost! This infamous market is know as the "thieve's market" simply because in the past, people thieves used to come here and hawk their stolen goods.
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Looking for a friend close in Singapore say come with an open mind, if not only to experience something that has been part of Singapore for generations.
Oh, and trust me, haggling is part of the fun. Bugis Street is touted as the biggest street shopping location in Singapore and its completely true. One can very easily get lost in the labyrinth-like alleys within this bazaar. Despite that, it is still worth a visit as you will find a myriad of different clothes, from female to male, trendy to completely unfashionable, tasteful to vulgar, whatever is it you seek, you will find. I'll be honest though, being claustrophobic and crowd phobicBugis Street isn't one of my favourites.
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Its impossible to come here and not find something you like. Every time I've been here I've had to make multiple trips to the dressing room because I feel the need to try on virtually everything. And hey, its a good thing because the more I buy the more I save, right? It also helps that they have an online store so you don't actually have to take off your pyjamas or leave your bed.
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