YANKTON, S.D. (KELO) — Many people buy the clothes that best fit their personality or to make a fashion statement. For some people, heading to the thrift store can help them find just the outfit they’re looking for.
Hannah Nooney is the owner of Digs, a thrift store in downtown Yankton. One section a lot of customers turn to are her vintage pieces. She has clothing from the 1990s, the 80s and even earlier decades.
Coming up in tonight’s Eye On KELOLAND at 10, we explain why thrifting may be becoming a booming business during a sustainable economy.