You should definitely pass by Season Pass on your next thrift adventure

Jan 3, 2023 0 comments



Thrifting or 'ukay-ukay' in the Philippines is not merely a trend but is a part of our culture. Even long before it became a popular trend on Youtube, TikTok, and even Instagram among social media influencers, Filipinos have always been patronizing the beauty of thrifting. 


I mean, the uncertainty of what you may find through the massive racks and piles of clothing is just exciting, plus it also promotes sustainable fashion at the same time, so it's a win-win for you and mother earth!


Season Pass





In Quezon City, where the thrift culture has always been thriving, one thrift store is becoming a part of thrift history with its retro pieces— Season Pass


According to the store's owner, Lean Torres, the early days of Season Pass started on Facebook. He was once an online seller who hopped through Facebook groups before he decided to open a physical store.


More than just a curator, what makes Lean's brand stand out is his genuine love for each of the items he sells and how he values connecting with the community thrifting has built. 


Season Pass ticks all the boxes of your streetwear checklist, from vintage shirts to windbreakers, shoes, accessories, and much more. Their items go for as low as 100 pesos, and they also offer clothing bundles at different prices.  


Their physical store located in Maginhawa, Quezon City, is open from Thursday to Sunday from 1:00 p.m.- 9:00 p.m.. Still, they host monthly flea market events, which is why you might wanna stay tuned to their Tiktok and Facebook Pages




━━ Written By  Julia Bautista


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