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beacon's press

Mention from Blogger Jamie of JR Styling

 

"Who wants to spend a lot of money for a shoe that could be out of style next year. I got lucky and found these for $15 at Beacon’s Closet barely used."

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The Pearl Gates of Thrifting Heaven

 "With multiple locations across the city, this local New York chain will guarantee you walk out with a small dent in your wallet and a hole filled in your wardrobe."

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blogged about on style hurricane

Beacon's Closet was a mix between thrift and vintage stores aka they had cool and unique stuff with reasonable prices. I found some cheap cashmere sweaters which I couldn't resist although it was +30 degrees outside.

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one of brooklyn's best vintage shops

With four locations around the city — GreenpointPark SlopeBushwick, and Manhattan — you really can’t talk about thrift store shopping in Brooklyn without talking about Beacon’s Closet. You can get anything and everything here, from work clothes at low prices to fab vintage lamé hot pants and the hot pink fishnets to wear under them.

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featured on contemperamental

 

"a highly selective second-hand thrift store with locations in Brooklyn and Manhattan.  Turnover is speedy so regular visits to check for new merchandise is recommended.  The trade option is quite orderly with a designated counter and knowledgeable staff that will allow you to watch as they inspect and price your used items."

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check-in on foursquare

 Read about what our customers think on foursquare.

 

  • "Maybe the best resale shop in the city. Wide selection encompasses everything from no-name 70s vintage to DVF wrap dresses. The music and the people-watching are always top-notch." -racked

  • "The wide selection encompasses everything from no-name 70s vintage to $40 DVF wrap dressed, and the music and the people-watching are both always top-notch." -How to make it in America

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