What a pleasant surprise to happen upon some great thrift shopping in the little town of St. Mary’s, Ontario.
Pass It On, 31 Water Street, is a thrift shop run by Carey Pope. Her flair for the unexpected is evident by the merchandise, her branding, signage and unique displays.
Awesome windows and tastefully hand-lettered signage.She could teach window display (which apparently you now need a degree in).
I thought it was so clever to display scarves this way.
The change room cubicles were constructed of old doors, painted white.
Ms Pope does not take a wage from the store so that she can help make a difference in the lives of people in her local and global community. Here are a list of just a few of the charities she supports:
Nice to see they are closed on Sundays.
I enjoyed the shopping experience and bought a few children’s books for my grandson.
And what could be better the it is directly beside the Salvation Army Thrift Store. So two birds…
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