I don't expect to ever see a 5-star Goodwill, but if you're going to bother to go to one, I suggest going to one where you may find a few things comparable to what you might find at the Nordstrom Rack. In other words, spend the extra time to get to a neighborhood where rich people drop off what they have from last year's fasions. Instead of paying $165 for a pair of jeans that come from the manufacturer with the wear and tare added, consider spending $7 for something that has been worn a few times. Granted, 90% of what you may see will probably be things that you wouldn't want in your closet even if somebody gave these things to you, and you might not even want to bother to look at things that collect a lot of other people's germs, like shoes. But if you're going to a job interview and need to look good, you will probably go a lot farther with $50 at a decent thrift store than $100-$200 at a typical retail store. And, of course, recycling is good for the environment. This particular location is near wealthy people generous enough to bring their discards here, and large enough to have something for most people.