Kingman thrift stores are the best place to shop for slightly used or second hand clothes and merchandise for your entire family. Thrift store shopping is great for finding a bargain and adding items to your wardrobe for little cost.
Don't buy clothes that you don't absolutely love, or don't quite fit, or are otherwise substandard, even if they are a bargain! It's tempting to buy something that's almost right, because it's so inexpensive. It's still a waste of time, space, and your appearance to buy something that's just not quite right.
Don't feel ashamed or embarrassed to be shopping second-hand; it's practical, smart, and financially sensible. Lots of people do it! Charity shops are a type of social enterprise. They usually sell mainly second-hand goods donated by members of the public, and are often staffed by volunteers. Because the items for sale were obtained for free, and business costs are low, the items can be sold at very low prices.
Many of the people running these stores are volunteers and are doing this out of the goodness of their heart. Treat them to a cheery smile and a short chat and let them know they're doing a good job.