‘I went dumpster diving and discovered a huge haul of fancy designer gear
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A thrifty woman has gone viral after finding a treasure trove of designer goods thrown away in the trash.
Ella Rose became a social media star after recording her shocking dumpster diving finds scoured from retailers' bins.
She’s not afraid to get her hands dirty and she even claims to donate a lot of her picks.
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In one video on her TikTok account@glamourddive, Ella showed off the massive designer haul she found by sifting through the garbage of US department store, Burlington.
Viewers couldn’t believe the seemingly good-as-new items which had been tossed out.
Ella said: “I’m walking up to a Burlington dumpster and it’s loaded, there’s so much stuff.”
The trash enthusiast continued to wade through the junk and laid out her newly-found prized possessions.
She said: “So I took everything with me and I wanted to show you guys the haul.”
Along with some “random” picks, Ella found some pricey designer pieces.
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The savvy salvager added: “Couple random things – some baby socks, some baby shoes.
“Next I found a set of Polo Club colognes and some really cute shoes. A Guess make-up bag. There’s a couple of these Adidas bags which are adorable.
“And another little handbag which is one of the shoulder bags. A Steve Madden backpack which retails for $90.
“The last piece was this big five-piece comforter set.”
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Viewers were blown away with Ella’s haul and said they were inspired to start their own dumpster diving journey.
One watcher wrote: “That's it! I'm-a start dumpster diving too! You scored some great things!”
Another fan said: “I need a dumpster diving buddy at this point! Hold my feet, I'm going in.”
But some TikTokers were left angry at the companies who decided to chuck away seemingly unmarred items.
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A frustrated viewer commented: “I’m out here pinching pennies to save for bags like this and retailers just trash them.
“I am flabbergasted with the waste these companies do.”
Others claimed the haul was too good to be true and joked that a naughty Burlington employee was planning to pick the stash up later.
One sharp-witted viewer claimed: “That’s crazy [because] Burlington destroys everything before we throw it away!
“That looks like someone just left it to pick it up later.”
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