Have you ever wanted to own the outfits of some of your favorite TV characters? Well, thanks to one thrift store in Burbank, Calif., you can.
It’s a Wrap! is a discount store that “offers the general public the opportunity to purchase actual wardrobe and props from movie and TV sets for sale.” Since the store’s stock depends on which movies or TV shows have just finished filming, you’ll be able to find everything from a cheerleader uniform to a chef’s hat depending on the day.
One TikTok user named Jalls gave a tour of the inside of the store and highlighted some of the items for sale in a now-viral video.
When Jalls went to check out the store’s stock, she came across everything from werewolf pants and lab coats to fake pregnancy bellies and football jerseys. She also noted that “they have regular clothes like pants, jackets, dresses [and] shirts” all for “super low thrift store prices.”
Many people noted that they were eager to check out the store.
“Great tip!” one person said.
“I can’t wait to check it out,” another added.
However, many California natives took to the comments to clarify that the prices aren’t actually “super low.”
“It’s so overpriced and only OK prices when they do that sidewalk/liquidation sale,” one customer said. “They have some nice work clothes tho.”
“It’s hella overpriced,” another added. “Even the Goodwill down the street is expensive.”
“Last time I went it seemed expensive,” a third reiterated.
Others were upset that Jalls publicly disclosed the name of the thrift store, since now that it’s blown up on TikTok it will surely become overrun with customers.
“DON’T TELL PEOPLE ABOUT THIS PLACE,” one person said.
“Queue everything going up in price cause they start to get extra popular,” another commented.
Still, the people who have been to It’s a Wrap! generally praised the store, so if you’re in the Burbank area, it’s worth combing through this thrift store’s selection. If you don’t have any luck, you can try some of the other secondhand stores in the area, like Junk for Joy.
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