This is Wendy's best ever thrift store find. It's a Gucci continental clutch wallet. It retails today for well over $400. She found it in a bucket of wallets at the Goodwill in Zanesville for only $0.49. (Allison Carey/The Plain Dealer)
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Brooches are coming back in a big way and putting several on a jacket is a great twist. These belonged to Wendy's grandmother. The necklace is from a wholesale dealer in New York City. (Allison Carey/The Plain Dealer)
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The iconic Levi's back pocket and little red tag can often lead to clues about the age and value of old Levis. Some sell for thousands of dollars. Mary also likes to experiment with her nail art. She gets them done at Diamond Nails on Madison in Lakewood. (Allison Carey/The Plain Dealer).
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The Nicole satchel was one of the first bags made at Fount by Phillip and Jackie Wachter. This prototype has evolved and improved. See it at The Cleveland Flea. It has brass hardware and a long crossbody strap. (Allison Carey/The Plain Dealer)