The 4 Best Thrift Stores In NYC
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The 4 Best Thrift Stores In NYC

Some of my favorite thrift stores in New York City.

The 4 Best Thrift Stores In NYC
Roxy Saravia

I recently started thrifting a lot in the city especially since I've been trying to save my money. Finding good thrift stores in NYC can be a challenge so I thought I could share my favorites and help out someone who wants to shop but not spend too much money at the same time.

1. Cross Roads

Out of all of the thrift stores I've been to in New York City Cross Roads is by far the best one. They organize their clothes into sizes and skirts, pants, shorts, etc. I never feel overwhelmed at Cross Roads because everything is so well organized. Also, they have many pieces from Zara which is by far my favorite store of all time. They have a rack called "employees picks" and it's absolutely the best!

2. L Train Vintage

This thrift store has really good denim pieces. I got a pair of high waisted denim shorts there and they were $20 which is pretty pricey but I absolutely love them. Their denim shorts range anywhere from $5-$25 which is a pretty good deal! It's also right off of the L Train so it's super convenient to get to!

3. No Relation Vintage

I went here with my mom the other day and they had really cute flannels and jean jackets! It was also cheaper than Cross Roads and L Train Vintage. I didn't buy anything but I definitely plan on doing so. I found a really cute Lucky Flannel but it was pretty big on me. I definitely plan on coming back and buying something! The thing with thrift stores is that you have to constantly keep coming back because your size and preferred style isn't guaranteed to be at that store that same day.

4. Buffalo Exchange

If you're ever in the Flatiron District definitely check out Buffalo Exchange because it's less than a half a block away from Cross Roads! Buffalo Exchange is also another well-organized thrift shop which really helps a girl out whenever she's shopping. Shopping is already such a struggle so it's nice to go somewhere that's cheap and organized.

These are just some of my favorite thrift stores in NYC. I posted a Try-On Thrift Haul on my Youtube Channel that I will link down below! Thanks for reading!

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