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One of my New Year’s resolution is to clean out my closet. I thought it would be helpful to research the best ways of making money from your unwanted clothing. There are many resale websites out there, but not every site is popular enough to help sell your clothes quick. So here are my top recommended websites where you can resale your unwanted clothes, accessories, shoes, etc:
Tradesy - They take only 9% commission. They will pay for shipping and returns. If you plan on shopping there, you can save $25 OFF your purchase of $100 when you sign up here.
eBay - They take 10% and any additional listing fees. You can list 50 sales per month for free. If you’re looking to sell men’s clothes, this site would be best compared to the others listed.
Threadflip - They take 20% commission. You can have the buyer pay for shipping. They also have a smartphone app. You’ll receive FREE $5 store credit automatically if you sign up here (Limited to only the first 10 people). 
Poshmark - They take 20% commission but you don’t have to pay for shipping. Their smartphone app is popular. If you sign up through the phone app and use the invite code: BHXPR, you’ll receive FREE $5 store credit (Limited to only the first 10 people)
Vinted - They take 19% commission. You can buy, sell, or swap your clothing. They also have a smartphone app.
Storenvy - Completely free with no listing fees. The downside is that you will have to do your own marketing with this website since their marketplace is overwhelmed with millions of products. So even though it’s free, it may be harder to sell your clothes if you don’t do well on promoting your own shop.
If you’d rather not deal with all the work it takes to sell your own items, you should consider the recommendations below. All you have to do is send your unwanted clothes and shoes to these places for FREE. Then they will sell your items for you. With this you will get less money than if you would sell them yourself, but you don’t have to do anything. So it will save you time and effort. 
Thredup - This is my favorite online thrift store. You will get 10-40% commission on how much your clothes sell for. There is a calculator for you to get an idea on how much you’d earn. Thredup also accept kids clothing. So if you have younger siblings who have outgrown their clothes, this is a great option. You can also get $20 off to spend when you sign up for a new account here.
Twice - This is limited to only high end brands. They give you an offer to buy the clothes you send to them. There is a calculator on their website so that you can get an idea of how much your clothes are worth. You can get a FREE $10 Bonus on top of your first sale when you sign up here. Or you can receive $20 worth of FREE clothes here.
Local consignment shops - A few chains are Plato’s Closet, Crossroads Trading, Second Time Around, Buffalo Exchange and Beacon’s Closet. There are many other small local shops as well. So you’ll have to research based on your location.
And of course, you can always donate your unwanted clothes to charity. I hope this post was helpful. Feel free to reblog this post and add your resale sites if you have one so we can all check them out :) Good luck on your New Year’s resolutions!






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