A very special polka dot box from thredUP was just delivered to my house, y’all and I’m so excited to share this collaboration with you! Have you heard of them? Just in case you haven’t, let me tell you a little about it. thredUP is an online consignment store for women and children which make it possible for you to buy and sell high-quality secondhand clothes from the comfort of your own home. They have a wide range of brands I love like Eloquii, Free People, Simply Be, and Talbots. Plus the best part is you get like new on-trend fashion up to 90% off the original retail price. Being a frugal fashionista, I am always looking for ways to save and also give back. So, scoring a $129 blazer from Eloquii for $27 while simultaneously reducing waste was right up my alley.The fit is perfect and the color will help me easily transition summer tops into my fall wardrobe. This was my first thrift shopping experience, but it definitely won’t be my last. Secondhand shopping is so much fun, it’s like going on a treasure hunt. Click here to start your treasure hunt today, and use the code WOMENS50, for 50% off your entire order! (Code is valid only for first-time shoppers) If your closet is too full to shop, that’s okay just request a clean out bag. Once you get it in the mail, throw in like-new threads and mail it back to thredUp. Don’t worry about shipping costs because they include a pre-paid shipping label. So all you have to do is make sure it makes it to the mailbox. The folks at thredUp will review your bag and will pay you up to 80% of the resale value. If they don’t accept what you have provided, they’ll mail it back to you (this time shipping is on you) or they can donate it for you. When it’s all said and done, it’s actually easier than making a trip to Goodwill, plus you make money in the process.
What’s your favorite way to shop secondhand?
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