Digital thrift stores take bargain-hunting online

Peter Delevett / San Jose Mercury News
Published Oct 12, 2012 at 05:00AM / Updated Nov 19, 2013 at 12:31AM
Colette Underwood steam cleans a Maggy London dress last week at the Twice warehouse in San Francisco. Customers sell Twice their clothes for cash, then buyers purchase the items online at 70-90 percent of retail value.
Co-founders of Twice, Calvin Young, left, and Noah Ready-Campbell, stand in their warehouse in San Francisco. Twice is a start-up company that works like a brick and mortar clothing resale store, but is totally online.