This editorial takes us on a tour around a local thrift store and portrays it in colors you wouldn’t probably notice if you passed it by on your daily commute. Surrounded by endless racks of clothing and shoes, the photos take us back to nostalgic dress up days as kids, when trying on dad’s pair of size 40 trousers felt like the most rebellious thing in the world. But the best part is that it reflects every alluring aspect of a thrift store—the authenticity, unmistakeable personality, and how it makes you want to know where those jeans have gone and what stories they could have known.
Photography by Isabel Drilon
Modeled by Bridget Deise Dris