Describe your personal thrifting style.
"My personal style is a mixture of clothes I find at thrift shops, along with some higher-end type of denim or shoes, potentially jackets — but I kind of switch it up. I like to have the juxtaposition of thrift shop stuff and stuff I find in department stores."
So, what’s your favorite thrift find?
"I’ve been shopping at Value Village since I was probably about 10 years old. My best thing would have to be my teal-blue scooter from the 1980s that I found at Value Village. I probably got it around seven years ago and it has completely changed my life! It was probably, like, $7."
What’s your ultimate thrift tip?
"I have a couple — but my biggest, my number one tip when you're going to Value Village, is don’t go in looking for one thing. You have to go completely open to whatever the universe is telling you you need in your life. So, you might go in looking for a Hawaiian shirt and leave with a dining room table. You just never know. You have to be aware, you have to constantly be looking, you have to be creative and think outside the box. This is not a normal store. You are not going there for a specific item. You are going there for the experience and to be creative."