A MAN has revealed how he buys all of his stylish clothes from charity shops and car boot sales for a fraction of what they originally cost. 

Charlie Betts, who shares videos on his TikTok profile @chilli.97, recently updated his followers on a charity shop haul he’d got his hands on.

In a video posted to the social media platform, Charlie told his 25,000 fans he’d recently landed back in the UK after being away – and one of the first things he couldn’t wait to do was bag some bargains. 

The social media star, who also runs a successful depop store, said: “Let me just tell you, I’ve been gagging for the charity shops.”

Charlie then showed the clothes he’d spotted in his local shop, starting off with a Ted Baker t-shirt and Wrangler overshirt. 

Other items up for grabs on the clothing rails included a brown Billabong top, a Jasper Conran hoody, and Le Coq Sportif and Lacoste t-shirts. 

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Showing off what he’d purchased at the end of the video, Charlie then modelled each item one by one. 

He explained all but one fitted perfectly and that he was over the moon with his new clothes. 

As his followers said they failed to find such hidden gems in their local charity shops, Charlie assured them their patience would pay off in the end.

He replied to one comment that said their entire store was filled with Slazenger items, and said: “Give it a couple of years and people will start copping Slazenger.” 

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In another popular video, Charlie shared how he’d spent £55 on one shopping trip.

During that haul, he bought some Armani cords for just £6 and some Nike Air Max trainers for £10. 

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Charlie also regularly browses bargains at car boot sales where his finds range from just 50p.

He then goes on to keep the items he will wear, but sells on the others on his depop page.

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