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What kind of fashion thrifter are you?

Want to know how to score some bargains while reducing, reusing, and recycling? ✨Thrifting has become more than just a way to save a few bucks shopping, it’s a lifestyle (+obsession) for conscious consumers. Take this 2-minute quiz to find out what kind of thrifter you are and then stick around to get tips, tricks, and gifts!

Quiz Questions

  • 1.
    What famous movie captures your style?
    • A.
      Annie Hall! Dianne Keaton really brought it with her ‘80’s New York boho style.
      (Correlates to: You're the Bougie Bargain Browser…)
    • B.
      Sex and the City. Carrie and the gang know how to glam!
      (Correlates to: You're the Glitzy Gang Shopper…)
    • C.
      Pretty in Pink. Andie (Molly Ringwald) rocks a pink prom dress she fearlessly makes out of bits and pieces!
      (Correlates to: You’re the... Conscious Creative Consumer )
  • 2.
    What's your getting dressed up anthem?
    • A.
      "Paparazzi" by Lady Gaga
      (Correlates to: You’re the... Conscious Creative Consumer )
    • B.
      "Vogue" by Madonna
      (Correlates to: You're the Bougie Bargain Browser…)
    • C.
      "Girls just wanna have fun" by Cyndi Lauper
      (Correlates to: You're the Glitzy Gang Shopper…)
    • D.
      "You make me feel like a natural woman" by Aretha Franklin
      (Correlates to: You’re the... Conscious Creative Consumer )
  • 3.
    What’s your favorite part of thrift shopping?
    • A.
      I get a thrill when I score designer threads for a fraction of their value.
      (Correlates to: You're the Bougie Bargain Browser…)
    • B.
      I just love knowing I have a unique wardrobe that sparks curiosity in people.
      (Correlates to: You’re the... Conscious Creative Consumer )
    • C.
      I feel like I’m doing the right thing for the planet.
      (Correlates to: You’re the... Conscious Creative Consumer )
    • D.
      My posse seems to know what looks great on me before I do, we have so much fun finding things together.
      (Correlates to: You're the Glitzy Gang Shopper…)
  • 4.
    Do you have wardrobe goals?
    • A.
      I’d like to have a closet that’s easy to navigate whether I’m dressing for work, hanging with family, or a night out.
      (Correlates to: You're the Bougie Bargain Browser…, You're the Glitzy Gang Shopper…, You’re the... Conscious Creative Consumer )
    • B.
      Simplify my threads — I’m aiming for minimalism.
      (Correlates to: You're the Bougie Bargain Browser…, You're the Glitzy Gang Shopper…, You’re the... Conscious Creative Consumer )
    • C.
      To only wear things that speak to my love of sustainability.
      (Correlates to: You're the Bougie Bargain Browser…, You're the Glitzy Gang Shopper…, You’re the... Conscious Creative Consumer )
    • D.
      I feel like I need a big wardrobe update that suits my stage of life.
      (Correlates to: You're the Bougie Bargain Browser…, You're the Glitzy Gang Shopper…, You’re the... Conscious Creative Consumer )
  • 5.
    Which quote speaks to you?
    • A.
      “Demand quality, not just in the products you buy, but in the life of the person who made it.” – Orsola de Castro
      (Correlates to: You're the Bougie Bargain Browser…)
    • B.
      “Buy less. Choose Well. Make it Last.” – Vivienne Westwood
      (Correlates to: You're the Bougie Bargain Browser…)
    • C.
      “Care for your clothes like the good friends they are” – Joan Crawford
      (Correlates to: You’re the... Conscious Creative Consumer )
    • D.
      "It is a curious thought, but it is only when you see people looking ridiculous that you realize just how much you love them." – Agatha Christie
      (Correlates to: You're the Glitzy Gang Shopper…)
  • 6.
     What’s your favorite thing about thrifting?
    • A.
      Building a wardrobe that no one can recreate… it’s unique to me!
      (Correlates to: You’re the... Conscious Creative Consumer )
    • B.
      It’s always a party with my shopping besties. We loved finding pre-owned gems on our days out shopping.
      (Correlates to: You're the Glitzy Gang Shopper…)
    • C.
      Hitting the jackpot on second-hand designer finds.
      (Correlates to: You're the Bougie Bargain Browser…)
  • 7.
     What's your biggest struggle when it comes to shopping?
    • A.
      I tend to overspend... I could use a solid budget strategy.
      (Correlates to: You're the Bougie Bargain Browser…, You're the Glitzy Gang Shopper…, You’re the... Conscious Creative Consumer )
    • B.
      I’m not really sure of my personal style. So many of my things don’t go together.
      (Correlates to: You're the Bougie Bargain Browser…, You're the Glitzy Gang Shopper…, You’re the... Conscious Creative Consumer )
    • C.
      I seem to have a hard time finding things I like that fit just right.
      (Correlates to: You're the Bougie Bargain Browser…, You're the Glitzy Gang Shopper…, You’re the... Conscious Creative Consumer )
    • D.
      I’m really picky about how my choices will impact the world from an ethical standpoint.
      (Correlates to: You're the Bougie Bargain Browser…, You're the Glitzy Gang Shopper…, You’re the... Conscious Creative Consumer )
  • 8.
    Tell me about your dream shopping day...
    • A.
      Me and my besties start with mimosas and brunch, shop the thrift stores til we drop and then get ready for a night on the town!
      (Correlates to: You're the Glitzy Gang Shopper…)
    • B.
      Buying a whole new wardrobe from my fave online vintage store.
      (Correlates to: You're the Bougie Bargain Browser…)
    • C.
      It’s just me, taking my time to look at every square inch of my favorite thrift stores. Scoring some great designer finds that I can tweek to make them my own.
      (Correlates to: You’re the... Conscious Creative Consumer )

Quiz Outcomes

  • 1.
    You're the Bougie Bargain Browser…
    Wow, friend, you really have an eye for beautiful threads and the patience to peruse until you find them!You’re super decisive and know how to blend new trends with pre-loved scores to form a beautiful style all your own. But, you’re also fluid enough to let happy accidents happen.Keeping your peripheral on red carpet events and the socials might seem frivolous, but for you, it translates into knowing when you’ve struck gold at consignment and thrift shops.You know your designers, old and new, and do a happy dance when you see a tag no one else has snagged.As a fashionista with vision, you won't follow rules that feel outdated or unnecessary. As a conscious consumer, be proud of doing your part to breathe new life into things that might otherwise pollute.“I wear everything from hip-hop baggy pants to beautiful Armani dresses. I also like to mix vintage clothing with designer pieces.”— Julia Stiles🌟 3 Tricks for Fruitful Thrifting? 🌟Keep Reading, Friend1. Rotate your wardrobeOut with the old and in with the new-to-you.Rotating your wardrobe has some benefits, you can make a bit of cash by selling stuff, feel great about giving things away, and keep your style fresh!If that sounds too good to be true, check out these online options for selling clothes and accessories.Or...Here’s a directory for thrift stores, so you can find one in your area.2. Tailoring and sprucing upThe thing about thrifting is you often find to-die-for items that don’t quite fit, the cut isn’t current or there’s a flaw. Making friends with a tailor who can alter and fix things is a game changer. Even if it adds a bit to the bottom line, you’ve stayed on budget by buying pre-loved.Are you handy with scissors and a sewing machine? All the better, if you can DIY your alterations into creations. Don’t you just love having one-of-a-kind, head turning fashion that has your friends asking, “where did you get that!?”Here’s a blog post about laundering, repairing and tailoring different fabrics.3. Shop on a scheduleThrifting is an art form, enjoying the hunt on a schedule will ensure this creative hobby is rewarding.The best way to score great finds is by checking out your fave local or online thrift shops often. Find out drop off days, seasonal change overs, and get to know the staff.Schedule shopping days that coincide with drop-off days so you check all the boxes:• Shop• Save time• Grab any money they owe you from consigning.Want more thrift shopping ideas? Check out this blog post for 10 tips to get the most out of your pre-owned garments and goodies.Your ultimate bargain bestie...I'm Lucky Bargoonaroony, Etsy vintage seller extraordinaire, sourdough and espresso aficionado, retired dental hygienist, and proud mom to 8 year old Ella the dancing queen!When I graduated from high school my parents wanted me to get a real job so I took a hiatus from my passion of hunting and reselling vintage fashion to study dental hygiene. Working as a hygienist allowed me to meet many amazing colleagues and clients but I just knew it wasn’t my calling. All through school and a few years of working, I kept up with my obsession of buying, restoring, and selling thrifted fashion finds on Etsy and in my local area. My dream was always to quit my day job, and on January 1st 2019, I became a full-time Etsy seller. I’m now a premium seller with 1800 happy customers.I can’t wait to help you find fun, thrifty fashion that has you saying, “can you believe I thrifted this?”Resources to Get You Happy-Dancing Toward Your Next Bargain 💃Listen to my interview on the Bargain Babes Podcast. You'll learn my go-to tips for getting the most out of your thrifting budget as well as how to be as sustainable as possible!Use the code, "lucky finds" for 30% off your first purchase in my Etsy shop. More coupons are heading your way!Looking for something specific? Book a free 15 minute wardrobe consultation. I love working with socially conscious fashionistas to put together great looks. BTW, I’m a real person that cares about you, so don’t hesitate to reach out with questions and comments!My business depends on your reviews!You can build a whole new wardrobe, specific to your personal needs, for under $1000. Imagine everything in your closet mixing and matching?👜 Chic and Conscious 👒Now that we're connected, check your email for your quiz results and the getting started checklist.You'll also be hearing from me with monthly discounts and tools to claim your confidence when shopping sustainably.❤️ See you in my Etsy shop, you're going to love it! ❤️
  • 2.
    You're the Glitzy Gang Shopper…
    Edith Head, famous Hollywood costumier, once famously said, “Some people need sequins, others don’t.”You and your shopping besties love sequins and red lipstick as much as you freak out when you find the perfect pair of Levi’s.Not only do you hit the thrift shops as a group, but you get ready for nights out together too. The best part about being the Glitzy Gang is when you need a piece to complete your look one of your peeps will gladly loan it to you. Lipstick, accessories, shoes… nothing if off limits for sharing with your queens.You have no problem shopping alone if you must but being with your posse is way more fun… I mean who else will get it when you squeal, “it’s got pockets!”The term retail therapy applies but let’s face it, it’s the joy of being together getting glammed up that feeds your souls.“Shopping is a woman thing. It's a contact sport like football. Women enjoy the scrimmage, the noisy crowds, the danger of being trampled to death, and the ecstasy of the purchase.”― Erma Bombeck🌟 3 Tricks for Fruitful Thrifting? 🌟Keep Reading, Friend1. Rotate your wardrobeOut with the old and in with the new-to-you.Rotating your wardrobe has some benefits, you can make a bit of cash by selling stuff, feel great about giving things away, and keep your style fresh!If that sounds too good to be true, check out these online options for selling clothes and accessories.Or...Here’s a directory for thrift stores, so you can find one in your area.2. Tailoring and sprucing upThe thing about thrifting is you often find to-die-for items that don’t quite fit, the cut isn’t current or there’s a flaw. Making friends with a tailor who can alter and fix things is a game changer. Even if it adds a bit to the bottom line, you’ve stayed on budget by buying pre-loved.Are you handy with scissors and a sewing machine? All the better, if you can DIY your alterations into creations. Don’t you just love having one-of-a-kind, head turning fashion that has your friends asking, “where did you get that!?”Here’s a blog post about laundering, repairing and tailoring different fabrics.3. Shop on a scheduleThrifting is an art form, enjoying the hunt on a schedule will ensure this creative hobby is rewarding.The best way to score great finds is by checking out your fave local or online thrift shops often. Find out drop off days, seasonal change overs, and get to know the staff.Schedule shopping days that coincide with drop-off days so you check all the boxes:• Shop• Save time• Grab any money they owe you from consigning.Want more thrift shopping ideas? Check out this blog post for 10 tips to get the most out of your pre-owned garments and goodies.Your ultimate bargain bestie...I'm Lucky Bargoonaroony, Etsy vintage seller extraordinaire, sourdough and espresso aficionado, retired dental hygienist, and proud mom to 8 year old Ella the dancing queen!When I graduated from high school my parents wanted me to get a real job so I took a hiatus from my passion of hunting and reselling vintage fashion to study dental hygiene. Working as a hygienist allowed me to meet many amazing colleagues and clients but I just knew it wasn’t my calling. All through school and a few years of working, I kept up with my obsession of buying, restoring, and selling thrifted fashion finds on Etsy and in my local area. My dream was always to quit my day job, and on January 1st 2019, I became a full-time Etsy seller. I’m now a premium seller with 1800 happy customers.I can’t wait to help you find fun, thrifty fashion that has you saying, “can you believe I thrifted this?”Resources to Get You Happy-Dancing Toward Your Next Bargain 💃Listen to my interview on the Bargain Babes Podcast. You'll learn my go-to tips for getting the most out of your thrifting budget as well as how to be as sustainable as possible!Use the code, "lucky finds" for 30% off your first purchase in my Etsy shop. More coupons are heading your way!Looking for something specific? Book a free 15 minute wardrobe consultation. I love working with socially conscious fashionistas to put together great looks. BTW, I’m a real person that cares about you, so don’t hesitate to reach out with questions and comments!My business depends on your reviews!You can build a whole new wardrobe, specific to your personal needs, for under $1000. Imagine everything in your closet mixing and matching?👜 Chic and Conscious 👒Now that we're connected, check your email for your quiz results and the getting started checklist.You'll also be hearing from me with monthly discounts and tools to claim your confidence when shopping sustainably.❤️ See you in my Etsy shop, you're going to love it! ❤️
  • 3.
    You’re the... Conscious Creative Consumer 
    Slow and steady always wins — you’re consistent in the thrifting hunt and it’s paid off in the amazing style you’ve created over time.You have a creative gift for layering, altering, and combining your treasures that would make Annie Hall jealous. Stevie Nicks has nothing on your unique fashion voice.As much as you love to express your creativity with fashion, a big part of your motivation for shopping pre-loved is your awareness for leaving the planet a better place than how you found it.You have a huge heart that wants to leave a positive impact with vintage sellers rather than a negative one on landfills and sweatshops.“Fast fashion is not free. Someone somewhere is paying” — Lucy Siegle🌟 3 Tricks for Fruitful Thrifting? 🌟Keep Reading, Friend1. Rotate your wardrobeOut with the old and in with the new-to-you.Rotating your wardrobe has some benefits, you can make a bit of cash by selling stuff, feel great about giving things away, and keep your style fresh!If that sounds too good to be true, check out these online options for selling clothes and accessories.Or...Here’s a directory for thrift stores, so you can find one in your area.2. Tailoring and sprucing upThe thing about thrifting is you often find to-die-for items that don’t quite fit, the cut isn’t current or there’s a flaw. Making friends with a tailor who can alter and fix things is a game changer. Even if it adds a bit to the bottom line, you’ve stayed on budget by buying pre-loved.Are you handy with scissors and a sewing machine? All the better, if you can DIY your alterations into creations. Don’t you just love having one-of-a-kind, head turning fashion that has your friends asking, “where did you get that!?”Here’s a blog post about laundering, repairing and tailoring different fabrics.3. Shop on a scheduleThrifting is an art form, enjoying the hunt on a schedule will ensure this creative hobby is rewarding.The best way to score great finds is by checking out your fave local or online thrift shops often. Find out drop off days, seasonal change overs, and get to know the staff.Schedule shopping days that coincide with drop-off days so you check all the boxes:• Shop• Save time• Grab any money they owe you from consigning.Want more thrift shopping ideas? Check out this blog post for 10 tips to get the most out of your pre-owned garments and goodies.Your ultimate bargain bestie...I'm Lucky Bargoonaroony, Etsy vintage seller extraordinaire, sourdough and espresso aficionado, retired dental hygienist, and proud mom to 8 year old Ella the dancing queen!When I graduated from high school my parents wanted me to get a real job so I took a hiatus from my passion of hunting and reselling vintage fashion to study dental hygiene. Working as a hygienist allowed me to meet many amazing colleagues and clients but I just knew it wasn’t my calling. All through school and a few years of working, I kept up with my obsession of buying, restoring, and selling thrifted fashion finds on Etsy and in my local area. My dream was always to quit my day job, and on January 1st 2019, I became a full-time Etsy seller. I’m now a premium seller with 1800 happy customers.I can’t wait to help you find fun, thrifty fashion that has you saying, “can you believe I thrifted this?”Resources to Get You Happy-Dancing Toward Your Next Bargain 💃Listen to my interview on the Bargain Babes Podcast. You'll learn my go-to tips for getting the most out of your thrifting budget as well as how to be as sustainable as possible!Use the code, "lucky finds" for 30% off your first purchase in my Etsy shop. More coupons are heading your way!Looking for something specific? Book a free 15 minute wardrobe consultation. I love working with socially conscious fashionistas to put together great looks. BTW, I’m a real person that cares about you, so don’t hesitate to reach out with questions and comments!My business depends on your reviews!You can build a whole new wardrobe, specific to your personal needs, for under $1000. Imagine everything in your closet mixing and matching?👜 Chic and Conscious 👒Now that we're connected, check your email for your quiz results and the getting started checklist.You'll also be hearing from me with monthly discounts and tools to claim your confidence when shopping sustainably.❤️ See you in my Etsy shop, you're going to love it! ❤️