As a VIP bachelor, you are no doubt concerned with how your personal appearance defines you as a man of taste (if not wealth), and how your living quarters demonstrate your style and appreciation of comfort.
What you don’t need to be concerned with in either case, is the “need” for new, nor the rationality of paying retail—when you can do better.
Enter through the thrift shop. Where used doesn’t have to mean abused, and items you purchase don’t have to be considered a “rescue.”
But you have to be particular where you go thrift shopping. You want to go to those shops located in or near the wealthier areas. The one percent throws out or donates all kinds of furniture and clothing goodies. Now it’s your turn to give them a good home.
I have scored tons of designer ties for a couple of bucks a piece, and some great leather furniture and other choice upholstered items on the cheap. Look great, cost a fraction of new.
While you are out hunting, lookin’ for a come up, here is some music to thrift by:
The money you save will be your own. Until next time, thrift on!