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Thrifting Goes From a Hobby to a Pop-Up Business Full of Finds

Emmy Chung
Emmy Chung

Senna Neubauer, previous CHS student, and Mareen Miftiu started their own business out of their hobby: thrifting vintage clothes. Their pop-up sales are held at Miftiu’s family-owned restaurant on State street, AMA Bistro, and are announced on their Instagram.

“Over the summer, it wasn’t intended to be this and we were thinking it’ll just be fun to pass time with,” Neubauer said. “But we’re kind of continuing more to the school year. We’ve been telling people we’re going to do pop-ups throughout the school year, once a month is our goal.”

Items such as sportswear, Levi’s jeans, Michigan gear, and trendy outdoors brands are just some of the cool pieces you can find.

“I love that my prices for a lot of my t-shirts are less than what you find online, same with my crewnecks,” Miftiu said. “What we do too is like we’ll try to find a similar one online and then down price it from what it is.”

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Emmy Chung
Emmy Chung, Journalist
Emmy is going into her fifth semester on the Communicator staff. She is excited for what the year will bring and finally being a senior! She spends most of her time playing soccer, which she has played since the age of six. Emmy enjoys being outside as the weather gets colder, going on long runs, and discovering new coffee shops.

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