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Erscheinungsdatum: 01.07.1999, Medium: Taschenbuch, Einband: Kartoniert / Broschiert, Titel: Secondhand Chic, Titelzusatz: Finding Fabulous Fashion at Consignment, Vintage, and Thrift Shops, Autor: Weil, Christa // Vine, Barbara, Verlag: Pocket Books, Sprache: Englisch, Schlagworte: HEALTH & FITNESS // Beauty & Grooming, Rubrik: Schönheit // Kosmetik, Seiten: 340, Informationen: Paperback, Gewicht: 636 gr, Verkäufer: averdo
Ranking among popular spots such as Shibuya, Shinjuku, and Asakusa, Shimokitazawa is a must see when you visit Tokyo. Located just two stops from Shibuya/Shinjuku, Shimokitazawa is a cutting-edge town famous for vintage clothing shops, secondhand record shops, theaters, and live music clubs. It is a town full of young people, and once-young people who dreamt of opening their shops in this one of a kind town. With unique bars and restaurants which have been in business for many years, Shimokitazawa is ideal for drinking and enjoying the Tokyo nightlife.
Want to check out Portland's hot thrift shop scene? You just have to know where to go! Come along with me for a tour of shops that include everything from items plucked out of the dump to high-end Prada at a second hand boutique! Portland's thrifting culture is rooted in our respect for the environment and a commitment to re-use and recycle useable goods rather than send them to the landfill. Consequently, we have many thrift shops of every kind and category! There's no place better to begin than SE Hawthorne Ave., a vibrant street of secondhand shops, as well as a food carts, coffee shops, and small businesses selling made-in-portland goods. It's my treat for coffee or cocktails as we meet to get acquainted and caffeinated! This is a team experience so we can share what we're looking for and act as scouts for each other (me: Frye boots, color brown, size 10). I look forward to going thrifting with you in Portland!
I guess I was lucky. I’m a writer, not very successful. But my luck came from the lotto win of nearly three-quarters of a million. I’m in my late 40s and on my own. I was planning on making a home in Spain but keeping a small property here, too, as a fallback. I hadn’t told anyone about my win and I hadn’t gone wild. I’d bought a cheap, small car and a bigger investment. Just over $10,000 on a secondhand cabin cruiser. It was nearing time to go to Spain on an exploration trip where I hoped to find a property. Nothing expensive. I needed a marina for my boat, a place that was lively, but not a drunken, wild destination. I would write there and maybe would strike lucky with that. I wanted a place overlooking the beach and sea and within walking distance of shops and cafes. But that was the future. Right now, I was down on the coast back home where I had a mooring in a marina. I was here a lot. I was getting to know the local shops and cafés now after a few weeks. I’d started taking my dirty washing home when I went but was soon using the local laundry wash. I’d found a couple of really friendly cafés, and the local boat yard had become a wealth of information and store for supplies and equipment. The Laundry Service was a self-service place, a row of washing machines opposite several commercial driers. It was simple. I wasn’t rushed for time, so I would sit and wait. Gave me time to think about my day and what I would be doing. Kay ran it with her daughter. They would take dirty washing, put it through the process, and even iron for a modest amount. Some days, they were really busy, and on others, they sat and chatted. Usually, there was just one of them there except on Mondays and Fridays, which seemed the busiest. It was a Wednesday, and Kay came and sat with me. She was slim, but not skinny. She must have been at least 38, as Penny, her daughter, had just turned 19. But she looked about 28 years old. Kay was blonde, probably out of a 1. Language: English. Narrator: Jim Masters. Audio sample: http://samples.audible.de/bk/acx0/131957/bk_acx0_131957_sample.mp3. Digital audiobook in aax.