When you need to update your wardrobe or purchase some new furniture, thrift shopping is a great alternative to spending at expensive stores.
Most secondhand shops sell lightly used designer goods well below their original prices. And although there are certainly some items that you want to avoid buying used, thrift stores have plenty of great things to offer. Plus, many of them partner with deserving charities, which makes thrifting a win-win situation.
While thrift shopping is especially popular in big cities, there are tons of great consignment stores all across the country. To help us find the best of the best, we turned to Yelp to track down the top-reviewed thrift store in each state.
Keep scrolling to see the best thrift store in every state, according to Yelp.