Thrifted Lennons: Rexburg’s one-stop vintage shop

Thrifted Lennons logo Photo credit: Samuel Fisher and Aliza Holtom (Fisher)

Sam Fisher is known by friends as Samson, others may know him as the owner of a local small business, Thrifted Lennons.

Sam Fisher, a junior studying business management, owns the business with his wife, Aliza Holtom Fisher.

Sam and Aliza Fisher run the vintage thrift store together just off Main Street.

Before owning the shop, Sam and Aliza Fisher worked at Thrifted Lennons under the past owners.

Vintage Clothes are on the rack and walls of Thrifted Lennons.
Vintage clothes fill the racks at Thrifted Lennons Photo credit: Samuel Fisher and Aliza Holtom (Fisher)

Last summer, the Fishers took on the vintage shop and redid the design of the store. When asked what their favorite part of the remodel was, Aliza Fisher referred to how fun it was to design the place together.

Sam Fisher explained that 75% of their inventory comes from out-of-state finds, grandma closets and other thrift stores. Twenty percent comes from buying from people that bring clothes to the shop, and 5% are donated to the shop.

If the donated clothes do not fit the product type Thrifted Lennons is looking for, they redonate them.

Thrifted Lennons’ clothing styles range from the ’70s-’90s vintage, appealing to a wide variety of customers.

“My main goal for this store is a place for everybody,” Sam Fisher said. “We have so many people from all over the world in tiny Rexburg. I want them to have a place of inclusion.”

Sam Fisher started thrifting in high school when he lived in Dallas, Texas.

“I really like it,” Sam Fisher said. “My hobby has turned into somewhat of a profit.”

Sunglasses and hair accessories are offered at Thrifted Lennons.
Thrifted Lennons has many different options for their diverse costumers. Photo credit: Samuel Fisher and Aliza Holtom (Fisher)

Sam and Aliza Fisher want their business to grow and flourish in Rexburg. Sam Fisher said he is not opposed to having a sister store in another location in the future.

The owners of Thrifted Lennon’s imagine their store to be a fun place to shop and a social hang-out area for locals and BYU-Idaho students.

Sam and Aliza Fisher love when friends join them in the sitting area of the shop. Locals have come to play the shop’s Xbox and Nintendo Switch, while some BYU-I students use the space to study.

Thrifted Lennons has a sitting area. The owners would like for this area for people to play video games and to spend time with friends or study.
Sitting area in Thrifted Lennons. Owners want people to come hang out, study and play games in the sitting area at Thrifted Lennons Photo credit: Samuel Fisher and Aliza Holtom (Fisher)

Thrifted Lennons provides vintage spoon rings. Customers can pick out a vintage-looking spoon and Sam Fisher will create the ring.

Sam Fisher explained that TikTok videos inspired him to teach himself how to make spoon rings. He bought all the tools and created a hobby with a profit.

Creating a spoon ring takes up to 15-20 minutes. Customers can wait or pick the ring up the next day.

Sam and Aliza Fisher express how fun it is to work together while doing something they love. The couple’s personal styles fall under different decades. Sam Fisher’s influence is the ’60s-’70s. Aliza Fisher holds on to the ’90s and early 2000s.

Thrifted Lennons is open Mondays thru Saturdays and is closed Sundays. To learn more about the local shop, view its website.