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thredUp is the free fashion resale app for the consumer to buy and sell secondhand clothing online.

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    2022-05-14

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  • Should I even buy newborn clothes?
    If budget is a concern, you can buy secondhand clothes. ThredUp is a good place to look if you need or want to shop online. Source: 9 months ago
  • Where should i buy work week & recruitment outfits?
    I'm echoing the thrifting comments and want to say that I've had good luck with ThredUp! It's easy to search by color, brand, style, etc. Source: about 1 year ago
  • Fashion mamas - need your wisdom! Favorite pants??
    It sounds like you've gotten a lot of good suggestions on brands and styles, but one way to make it more sustainable is to buy things secondhand. I got a lot of my maternity clothes from ThredUp and had a good experience so that might be a good resource if you're willing to shop online and already know what you're looking for. Source: about 1 year ago
  • Weekend Promo replaced with a worse one?
    With enough searching, I can even get to a thredup splash page for the 60% off sale, but that code doesn't work. It legitimately displays on the thredup.com website, but only from a search engine. Go back to the home page yourself and it'll be the lesser promo, Star. Source: about 1 year ago
  • SHEIN Maternity clothes
    I got most of my maternity clothes from ThredUp and it might be a great option for you. It's secondhand clothes, so it doesn't have the same ethical or environmental issues as companies like Shein but is way more affordable than a lot of other options. Source: over 1 year ago
  • where can one buy plus size womans clothing online thans not cheap fabric for $30/$50 for shirts?
    Maybe one of those sites that resell clothes like thredup.com but I would be surprised if anyone can find good fabric for that price. Source: over 1 year ago
  • Favorite maternity and breastfeeding clothes?
    I bought four pairs of designer maternity pants early on from ThredUp and wore them with Isabel Maternity tank tops from Target and shirts or sweaters I already owned. I wore a lot of flowy dresses I already owned during the summer. Lululemon Align leggings are not maternity but they'll fit through pregnancy and are very soft. I also like Seraphine and Latched Mama. Source: over 1 year ago
  • Where do you sell old clothes?
    Check out how thredup.com works. You just mail them the stuff and they do everything, I believe you forfeit everything that doesn't sell after a month or two though. Source: over 1 year ago
  • Best maternity clothes?
    I bought most of my maternity clothes from ThredUp! Source: over 1 year ago
  • Business Dresses - Do these just not exist anymore?
    If you're open to buying things secondhand, thredup.com has a bunch of good work dresses for really cheap, in great condition. And you can filter by brands you trust, including the ones others are mentioning in this thread. Source: over 1 year ago
  • What changes can I make in my lifestyle to live more sustainably?
    Clothing: buy recycled -- thrift stores or online places like thredup.com ; alternatively, buy less fast fashion and instead invest in key statement pieces that will last for years. Source: over 1 year ago
  • $14.99 now to process clean out kit, no other options ?
    I've been checking thredup.com for months, waiting to see when the Clean Out Kits would be available again. And just like others, I was shocked to see that I'd pay a minimum of $11.99 to get a kit processed. I don't even make $11.99 on my items! And I send high-end, barely-used things, too. So there's no way in hell I'm using Thredup again! I remember getting like six dollars for an unused pair of Camper boots... Source: over 1 year ago
  • Maternity Jeans/Leggings Recs
    I liked DL1961 and J Brand maternity jeans. I bought mine from ThredUp so they weren't too expensive. Source: over 1 year ago
  • Athleta Brooklyn dupes? The All In Motion ones at Target appear to be discontinued/out of stock?
    You might also try Thredup for thrifted items. You can search by brand, size, and condition, including new with tags. If you catch a sale the prices are even better. I've gotten a lot of nice items from there. Source: over 1 year ago
  • does anyone know any budget friendly places to buy
    I can't praise the site thredup.com enough. You can't get underwear but you can get allot of womens clothes for super cheap. Always some sale going on too. The clothes there are all in good condition resell. Source: over 1 year ago
  • I need SERIOUS help
    It's unfortunate you don't plan on thrifting, but that's still a good option for if you're tight on finances. Once you've figured out your general style and size, you can hunt stuff down on thredup.com, which is a HUGE thrifting platform. Thrifted clothing is generally cheaper, depending on what you're getting and the brand it's from. ThredUp will also tell you if the clothing you're looking at is used or not... Source: almost 2 years ago
  • Online Thrifting
    Yes on eBay! I learned that all the outfits on Love Island were sourced from eBay this season. Also I like thredup.com, swap.com, and shoprestatement.com. Source: almost 2 years ago
  • Where do you shop for professional clothes?
    A lot of people have mentioned thrift stores and they are great, I love that option, another good option, if you have time to wait is thredup.com. It is like online thrifting and works best if you know your size in certain brands but it can take weeks to get your clothing. Source: almost 2 years ago
  • 18 (F) from Egypt moving to Minnesota for college! Want some advice :)
    I like thredup.com they often have sales and you can buy winter items (brand new or used). You could also try poshmark.com or shopgoodwill.com/home. You can also try stores like Zara, H&M, or Target for basic winter gear. Source: almost 2 years ago
  • What are your favorite sustainable brands to shop from?
    Try thredup.com - great online thrift store with variety of brands, used as well as brand new items, most items returnable (check timeframe). Thrift is always more sustainable than buying brand new, and thredup has many "sustainable" brands such as Eileen Fisher, Patagonia, Madewell, and many others. Source: about 2 years ago
  • What are some cheap ways to dress nice?
    If you don't live near thrift stores, I love thredup.com. It's an online thrift store that gets tens of thousands of new items in stock every day. You can search by price, brand, color, pattern, material, size, you name it. I tend to order like 10-12 items at a time and just mail back whatever doesn't work out. Source: about 2 years ago

External sources with reviews and comparisons of thredUp

The Very Best Kids’ Online Consignment Shops
Buy from them: ThredUP is the world's largest online marketplace to buy and sell women's and kids' clothing, so you’ll find everything from J.Crew (and crewcuts) to Vince and Mini Boden sold for up to 90% savings. Looking for something specific? Create a personal shop by selecting favorite sizes and brands, and thredUP will email when those pieces become available.
Best Place To Sell Clothes Online? Our Top 6 Digital Stores
For anyone who’s still on board, thredUP’s process is pretty simple: Go to the “Clean Out” tab on thredUP’s website and select “Order a Kit.” (There’s also an option to just donate a bag of clothing, if you’d prefer to do that.) ThredUP will send you a bag that you’ll fill with clothes, seal up and return for free with a prepaid shipping label.
Best Online Thrift Stores & Consignment Websites: Swap vs ThredUp vs Poshmark vs Tradesy vs RealReal & More
To sell your items through thredUP, request a Clean Out Bag and put any items you want to sell in it. Ship it to thredUP and the company will take photos and put the qualifying items up on its website for sale.
Why Competitor Poshmark May Be The RealReal And ThredUp’s Best Friend In Exploding Resale Market
Note: This article was originally stated that ThredUp donated clothing not suitable for sale to charities. It has been corrected on September 17 @ 4 p.m. to read that a $5 charitable donation option is available and unaccepted clothing is recycled, not donated. ThredUp spokesperson explained, “We have found that charities often do not have the resources or time to sort through and distribute the clothing they...
How to Sell Your Clothes Online So That You Actually Make Some Money
Our office can't stop raving about this one. Digital Director Lauren Matthews sells all of her clothes on thredUP. “It’s so easy,” she says. “They send you a prepaid bag, you fill it up, then they handle photographing and selling everything, so you just sit back and see what sells.”
13 Best-Selling Apps to Help Get Rid of Stuff for 2019
Being paid with a thredUP shopping credit may not be your cup of tea. Thankfully, you can opt to get paid via PayPal or credit card.
The Best Online Resale Sites
However, ThredUp is a lot more lenient in the brands it will accept; it’ll take J.Crew alongside Coach, and it'll consider both women’s and kids’ clothing and accessories. Before sending anything through, play around with the site’s payout calculator, which will give you an idea of what you can expect back. (For example, a pair of like-new Gap jeans may only get you $0.70 to $4.20, but a Theory dress could pull in...
Top Sites for Selling Your Clothes and Goods That Can Beat eBay
Seller Experience: Request a free "clean out" bag via ThredUp's website or mobile app, fill it with items in good condition, then simply arrange a FedEx pickup time and leave the bag on your doorstep. Then thredUP will do the rest to sort, photograph, price, and market your items.

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