Brides comprehensive second-hand furniture at the wedding

Becky McMitchell started buying second-hand goods in 2015. She even buys wedding dresses at second-hand stores.

Becky McMitchell (35 years old, from Worcestershire, UK) said she had stopped going to street fashion stores since 2015. She decided to follow her mother to a thrift shop to shop.

Here, Becky McMitchell has hunted for bargain items like cashmere sweaters for $ 4. She also bought a pair of Russell and Bromley handbags (originally over $ 260) for only $ 14, and an Escada brand belt (for more than $ 400) for nearly $ 2.

In addition, she can also buy a series of products such as leather jackets, fur coats, and speakers with Gucci designs with the price ranging from 5-24 USD.

In particular, the second-hand shop is where Becky McMitchell bought a wedding dress, after her boyfriend George proposed marriage.

Becky McMitchell refused to schedule an appointment at the wedding store. Instead, the thrift shop is where a 35-year-old woman decides to “choose the face to send gold”. She feels lucky that a local store has just opened a wedding section.

According to The Sun, Becky McMitchell chose silk and lace dresses that cost more than $ 400. She had cut it back to fit her body. In addition, she also spent 27 USD on velvet pink high heels.

Becky McMitchell makes use of 100 old vintage brooch pins and a wire to make wedding flowers.

“I went with my mother. She was the one who discovered this dress. Look on the hanger, it looks nothing special. But it’s vintage, second-hand. I tried it and liked it.

Some people think I’m crazy to wear the charity store’s wedding dress, but nothing is more perfect than this. Even my jewelry is old. This pearl belongs to my mother. Wedding rings, engagement rings are the belongings of my grandmother and George’s grandmother”, Becky McMitchell shared.

She entered the hall with second-hand items from head to toe. Becky McMitchell still feels like he’s wearing a million dollar outfit.

As a child, Becky McMitchell used to shop in the street and was interested in new fashion trends.

“I started to realize that I could buy things for a quarter of the original price. So this is a good push. I feel ashamed of ever buying clothes from fast fashion brands. do not know about its impact on the environment or garment workers in 3rd world countries.

Now I know better and do not want to support companies that harm the environment, the community. I am not in favor of overconsumption or overproduction,” said the 35-year-old woman.

In addition, she shares tips on thrift shopping. She advises people to prioritize quality over quantity, check size and need patience. Because thrift shopping is not for those in a hurry.