Gently used men's, women's, and children's clothing lines the racks at Lovelady Thrift Store. Whole sections devoted to shoes, books, and even furniture round out the selection inside this massive thrift store. Proceeds benefit The Lovelady Center, which helps rehabilitate women who have been released from prison by providing assistance with housing, childcare, and job training.
Throughout the store?s Facebook page, the owners post motivational quotes and life musings for their many customers, echoing the personable touch that has kept the business thriving for 62 years.
Just Right Costumes speeds up heart rates with sexy costumes and bedroom apparel and accessories. Halloween costumes allow dressing up as little devils, mummies, or naughty witches for the spooky night. Meanwhile, a collection of sexy costumes includes schoolgirl uniforms, nurse outfits, and bunny tuxes for any night. Babydolls, corsets, and bustiers replace such normal bedroom attire as nightgowns and mummy wraps. To boot, there’s a variety of accessories available from stockings to angel wings that help enhance a character or outfit.
Pearls have long been a classic symbol of elegance and romance. Inspired by their storied past, designer Kevin Dobbins makes the distinct baubles the focal point of each of his creations. Whether he is blending them with metals in a necklace or contrasting them with gemstones in a bracelet, Dobbins makes sure everything about each pearl stands out, from its color and composition to its texture and coquettish wink.
Cigars & More stocks limited-edition and classic cigars by Arturo Fuente, Padron, and other makers, which can be taken home or puffed in a lounge with satellite TV and complimentary high-speed Wi-Fi. Patrons can also peruse the shop's selection of pipes, humidors, and other accessories, or stop in for events such as poker nights or football game days.
At seven locations, shoppers can peruse Mission Possible Bargain Centers' inventory of new and gently-used clothing, furniture, and household items. All proceeds benefit the ministries of the Jimmie Hale Mission, a nonprofit that has worked to help men, women, and children in need since 1944.