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Thrift Store Roundup- St. Louis, MO

Here is everywhere I thrifted during my trip to St. Louis.

Found by the Pound

Address: 6740 Romiss Ct, Berkeley, MO 63134

This store sells everything by the weight and when I visited it was $3/lbs which is pretty affordable!

Things are organized in cardboard boxes you have to dig through and on racks all by piece type.

I didn't do much digging in the boxes but found some things on the racks. It was a mix on new and vintage pieces. I found that the selection here was just OKAY. A lot of pieces I found and liked had stains or damage on them so I didn't end up purchasing much.

I recommend going here if you like to really dig, if you are looking for cheap finds or if you are looking for leather pieces. There was a large selection of leather jackets that were in decent condition!


Address: 10764 W Florissant Ave, St. Louis, MO 63136

This was my second and favorite stop of the trip! I found SO MUCH good vintage stuff here.

What I loved about the Goodwill's in the St. Louis area is that the color of the day tag was 75% off, which is a huge discount compared to 40% that NY/NJ area Goodwill's discount.


Address: 8007 W Florissant Ave, St. Louis, MO 63136

This store is recently opened and is extremely clean and organized.

I found two beautiful Coach bags and a ton of 90s/00s dresses here. It was an amazing haul and maybe on of my favorite stops I made.


Address: 7531 Olive Blvd, St. Louis, MO 63130

I only found a few things at this store on my trip but I would say any Goodwill in the area is definitely worth stopping into. They all seem to be within 10 - 15 minute drives of each other which makes it really easy to hit a bunch in a day.

St. Vincent de Paul

Address: 10585 St Charles Rock Rd, St Ann, MO 63074

Sadly, I did not find anything here that I loved. The clothing section was a bit small and picked through however, the housewares and furniture section at this store was massive. Some finds are to be had there!


Address: 2420 W Clay St, St Charles, MO 63301

What more can I say about Goodwill than what's already been said?

I only found one top at this stop but I was a little burnt out considering this was my 7th thrift store in 24 hours. So I probably didn't give this one a good dig like the others.

As I mentioned above, I would say any Goodwill in the area is definitely worth stopping into!

St. Vincent de Paul

Address: 1069 Regency Pkwy, St Charles, MO 63303

I found lots of good stuff at this store!

Their jewelry case was stacked with gold necklaces and I was lucky to snag a few.

St. Vincent de Paul

Thrift Outlet

Address: 1225 S Florissant Rd, St. Louis, MO 63121

I have only been to outlet locations a handful of times. Thrift store outlet locations usually have big boxes or bins of clothing that you have to dig through and then they charge you by the pond for your purchases. They typically have housewares and furniture as well, pretty much everything they have in regular stores at these locations as well.

Clothing at this location cost $1.29/ LBS.

Digging through bins of clothings (without gloves and long sleeves) isn't totally my idea of a good thrift time. I didn't do a lot of digging myself- I surfed the tops of the bins and hung around people who were doing major digging and pulled from their discard pile. You could easily spend hours here, but I was only in this store for about 30 minutes and was SHOCKED about how many finds I found.

I got 6 things for $4.29 - not too bad of a haul if I say so myself!

Other places recommended to me but I didn't have the chance to check out.

Goodwill Outlet

Address: 3728 Market St, St. Louis, MO 63110


Address: 9618 Watson Rd, Sappington, MO 63126

Avalon Exchange

Address: 6392 Delmar Blvd, St. Louis, MO 63130

Family Thrift Center

Address: 2500 Lemay Ferry Rd, St. Louis, MO 63125

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