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Angel Boutique (3/5)

Grace Snelling

Angel Boutique (3/5)

Angel Boutique seems to be a somewhat trendier version of Goodwill. The store, though the floor was creaky, was well-lit and clean, and had a nice atmosphere. The prices were overall quite low for what was being sold. As an example, most pairs of jeans were around five dollars. The prices of the shoes were similarly low. Even a large wooden entertainment center cost only 125 dollars. The store additionally accepts donations of clothing, furniture, and even infant care supplies as an effort to support the Guardian Angel Settlement Association, a charity which provides countless community services for the needy. Despite having a less diverse selection of items than some other locations that we visited, Angel Boutique is a good thrift store to shop at for those who are looking to give back to the community.

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