Wow, when did our city become such a thrift hub? Here’s where you can find clothes on the cheap.
Fashionistas in the market for a good deal need look no further than OutFITters Thrift Store in Bicentennial Square. The shop, which opened in April 2009, has a little something for women of all ages. And when you buy something, all profits from the sale go to support Families in Transition – New Horizons, an organization that fights homelessness in the Granite State. The space, though small, boasts a large collection of women’s clothing, with everything from dresses to shoes and handbags, jewelry and even hats that look like they’d belong at a royal wedding. The shop, which is planning a move to Main Street sometime in the near future, also has a bigger sister store in Manchester. There you can find men’s clothing, furniture and other household items. OutFITters is open Tuesday through Saturday, 10 a.m. to 6 p.m.. You can bring donations during those hours, too. To reach the store, call 219-0027, or visit outfittersnh.org.