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The Second Hand Shops in our little town had little in common with the ‘Vintage-stores’ of nowadays ‘Hipsters’. Actually they were meant for poor people, who couldn’t afford a new wardrobe. Mostly they were run by social initiatives, or by old people trying to supplement their pension. Accordingly little was the chance to make a good catch. The clothes were old, but rarely cool. Unless you think it’s cool, walking around in grandpa’s clothes. What we eventually did.