The appearance of a secondhand clothing store in a dream is usually not a positive sign, especially for people who are not in favor of buying second-hand items. Usually, such a dream indicates financial difficulties, or you lack the strength and courage to change your current life. In another sense, a dream about a second-hand may mean that you are pretending to be someone you are not.
To see a secondhand in a dream suggests that you need to move on, it's a sign that you should boost your creativity and find the strength to face new challenges. In a negative sense, the sight of a lumberjack in a dream reflects your reluctance to take action and show creativity. It is possible that you feel like a loser because you have not been able to achieve anything for a long time.
Running a secondhand indicates your high self-confidence. The dream suggests that you don't weigh any adversity and are not used to giving in to problems. On the other hand, the dream indicates that you prefer to use tried-and-true solutions and experiences of others, instead of acting creatively and creatively.
Laying out clothes in a second-hand store indicates that you do not shy away from risks. You often act in haste, or even recklessly if you only have a specific goal in life. Unfortunately, you also happen to wade blindly into ventures that are doomed to failure in advance.
Buying clothes at a junk shop symbolizes negative energy and brings problems to yourself. You may have a gift for taking actions that never did any good. In another sense, dreamers interpret buying clothes as a passion for seeking adventure.
Donating items to a second-hand store reflects your desire to hold on to a certain moment in life. It is possible that you are happy with your current situation and do not want it to change. Alternatively, the dream suggests that you should bring more enthusiasm, determination, or fun into your life.
Often dreams about clothes have a rather symbolic message, so you should look for their hidden meaning, which may be related to everyday life. Clothes can also represent our thoughts about our appearance.