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How to Earn $800 by Reselling Clothing Online: My October Reselling Sales Report!

As we wind-down the month of October and prepare for November, I would like to share my sales over the last month with you all. Similar to my previous post recapping the month of September, I will list items by brands that sold and the profits I took from it!

Between both platforms in the month of September I made just under $800 net (after fee’s taken from platforms & shipping) selling items from my personal wardrobe and from sourcing at my local thrift stores! In comparison to last month, my profits are a bit lower and there are reasons for that. I took this month as an opportunity to focus on my wardrobe and created a capsule collection of pieces that were versatile and warm to get me through the chilly seasonal months to come. That included shifting through clothes I already owned as well as shopping for new pieces at the thrift store.

Compare best practices on how to prepare your wardrobe for the upcoming winter season!

If you have any questions about how to get started with your own Poshmark closet, feel free to message me and check out my closet in the meantime for inspiration!

Items that’s sold in October:

  1. PRIMA J.Jill Pure Tee Shirt -$25
  2. ALDO Boots-$10.05
  3. LOFT-$10.05
  4. Who What Wear Skirt (Re-Posh)-$12
  5. UGG Duck Boot-$76
  6. Bundle of Joe Jeans, Belle Sleeve Floral Top, Madewell Tunic-$72.71
  7. Bundle of Lululemon and Patagonia Fleece-$57.51
  8. Anthropologie Pop over Top-$11.05
  9. Deletta Top-$5.51
  10. PAIGE Skyline Skinnies -$17.51
  11. PINK Crushed Velvet Bralette-$4.00
  12. PURE J. Jill Sweater-$20.80
  13. Steve Madden Vest-$17.60
  14. KIMICHI Blue Sweater-$12
  15. Zara Men Denim Top-$11.11
  16. Terri Jon Velvet Blazer-$17.51
  17. Club Monaco Cardigan-$7.91
  18. Sam Edelman Booties -$30.31
  19. Lilly Pulitzer Sweater-$31.20
  20. Ann Taylor Blouse-$9.51
  21. GAP Vintage Denim Jacket-$16
  22. Sam Edelman Espadrilles- $11.05
  23. J. Crew Sheath Dress-$13.51
  24. LulaRoe Dress- $21.51
  25. Ann Taylor Silk Skirt-$5.51

BONUS Sold Items From Ebay!4

  1. Patagonia Blouse-$15
  2. Zara Top-$3
  3. Athleta Zip Hoodie-$36
  4. Soft Surroundings Caftan Robe-$40
  5. UGG Boots-$45
  6. Banana Republic Blazer-$5
  7. White Mountain Booties -$16
  8. American Eagle BF Top-$14
  9. VICE Sweater-$15
  10. American Eagle BF Button Up-$15

 

If you enjoy this post after reading it, please use this list for inspiration during your next sourcing trip or when you’re wondering what to list for profit!

Good Luck,

xo

Danielle

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How I Made an Extra $1,000 Over the Month of September by Selling Clothing Online!

Ahh, another month down. As we say hello to October and welcome fall festivities, I am reminded to take a moment to reflect on all that I have accomplished so far. And while many people do not regard October as a month of reflection, it has always meant more to me than just being the 10th month of the year.

October is home to my birthday month, Halloween (my favorite holiday), the best season (fall), and newly to the anniversary month of my reselling journey on Poshmark & eBay!

This blog post will run down items that sold over the month of September and list the profit amount I took home each item. Between both platforms in the month of September I made just under $1,000 net (after fee’s taken from platforms & shipping) selling items from my personal wardrobe and from sourcing at my local thrift stores!

Check out fresh items for fall you need to add to your current wardrobe!

Selling online has been a journey for me that started off incredibly difficult, but got better over time with persistence and understanding how to provide materials customers want. If you have any questions about how to get started with your Poshmark closet, feel free to message me and check out my closet in the meantime for inspiration!

Items that’s sold in September:

  1. Diane Von Furstenberg Cotton Button Up – $14.50
  2. Ted Baker Men’s Swim Trunks – $7.05
  3. Bundle of Vineyard Vines Men’s Polo’s – $16
  4. Isabella Fiore Embroidered Hobo Bag- $48
  5. Nanette Lapore Wide Leg Trousers- $15.20
  6. Just Fab Bootie Stilettos- $16.10
  7. Rebecca Minkoff Boots- $20
  8. Joie Silk Tunic- $9.05]
  9. Free People Beaded Blazer- $16
  10. Lululemon Wunder Under Leggings-$28
  11. NIKE Men’s Crewneck Sweater- $10.50
  12. Steve Madden Ankle Boots- $24
  13. Anthropologies Cardigan- $9.05
  14. COOGI Canvas Sneakers- $10.50
  15. Lilly Pulitzer Dress- $36
  16. BCBG Blazer- $12
  17. Vera Wang Booties- $20
  18. Tahari Sling Back Pumps -$12
  19. Coach Vintage Messenger Purse-$41.51
  20. Anthropologie Poncho Sweater- $20
  21. LOFT Skinny Curvy Jeans- $16.80
  22. Clarks Oxford Heels- $17.70
  23. F21 Plaid Skirt & Cat Eye Sunnies- $10.50
  24. Madewell Suede Flats- $22.50
  25. Rachel Roy Printed Shorts- $7.05
  26. Eva Mendes/NY&C Sheath Dress- $20
  27. J.Jill Cowl Neck Sweater- $16.10
  28. Sam Edelman Kitten Heels- $13.60
  29. Splendid Flats- $16
  30. Vera Bradley Laptop Bag- $24
  31. Tommy H. Leather Boots- $12
  32. Banana Republic Skater Dress- $10
  33. Calvin Klein Sheath Dress- $7.05
  34. AG Stevie Ankle Jeans- $29.70
  35. Zara Blouse- $10.50
  36. H&M Leather Jacket- $10.50
  37. Boutique 2 piece set- $24
  38. Franco Sarto Loafers- $16

 

BONUS Sold Items From Ebay!

  1. Robert Clergie Platform Shoes- $105
  2. Nike Dri Fit Livestrong Jacket- $25
  3. J. Crew Men’s Button Up- $12
  4. Synergy Organic Cotton Dress- $18
  5. Lularoe Carly Dress- $20
  6. Habitat Sweater Tunic- $24
  7. Roz & Ali Vegan Leather Skirt- $15
  8. Zara Man Crewneck Sweater- $13
  9. Eileen Fisher Silk Sweater -$24

 

If you enjoy this post after reading it, please use this list for inspiration during your next sourcing trip or when you’re wondering what to list for profit! Also let me know if you would like to see more insights on how I sell online and I can begin to do more post each month!

Good Luck,

xo

Danielle

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Reduce, Reuse, Relovv: The New App that Matches Sustainable Customers to Buyers Like Tinder!

If you are a conscious shopper and want to continue to lend a hand to evolve a world free from fast fashion waste, the easiest way to get a head start is by shopping second hand! Now, if thrift stores aren’t your thing, than start by shopping right from your phone. You may have heard of apps like Poshmark, Mecari, and Vinted that are developing in this market, but there is a new app on the horizon that are matching buyers with like minded sellers!

Currently, the app is in beta form which gives YOU the opportunity to test it out and provide valuable feedback as a new user directly to its developers.

 

Relovv makes buying and selling from your closet in 3 easy steps:

 

SHOP

Shop items matched to your personal style, size, and budget. Score deals on Free People, Nike, the best vintage, and more.

SELL

Sell items for free – no commission. We match you with the right buyers, like a dating app, so you make more money!

RELOVV

Don’t  break up with your closet – sell other people’s items by clicking “relovv.” Earn money and points when relovved items sell!

Curious to try it out for yourself? Use my reference link in the app relovv.com/app/threadlift when signing up and browse some of the cute items I’ve started to upload! You may also find my profile name by searching @threadlift.

 

Happy buying & selling!

 

xo,

Danielle

 

 

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The #1 Reason These Retailers Make the Perfect Fit for Tall Boss Babes

As a woman who is 5’9″ it could be arguable that I am (not that) tall in comparison to other women. However, what is not arguable is my pain when trying to find clothing retailers that have figured out my long legs and arms in a way that makes me look like the goddess I am! (lol)

With that said, here are my top choices for retailers for ladies who are 5’8″ and up! And the #1 reason why they are perfect; it’s BECAUSE THEY GET US!

Read on:

ASOS Tall: It doesn’t matter what occasion you are dressing for, chances are ASOS will have you covered with everyday basics to formal events. Their prices and frequent online sales add the cherry on top to this first pick.

Old Navy: Seriously, I have never tried on a pair of Old Navy tall apparel and said, “this isn’t long enough for me”. In fact, I’ve had the opposite experience with some items and their regular sizing did just the trick. If you haven’t tried Old Navy, you’ve been asleep…it’s time to wake up.

Alloy Apparel: A new to me brand that I am dying to try! Their entire line is dedicated to tall women, and they even have categories that are specific to women 5’8″ and under so theirs a size for every type of “tall girl”.

Amailltall.com Another new brand for me that I am eager to try. I stumbled across their profile on IG after they liked a post of mine and their story has caught my attention! Their mission is heavily rooted in women empowerment and the idea that tall is not restricted to just length, but that it also comes in a variety of shapes & sizes!

J.Jill: One of my favorite brands to wear and resell! They offer over 200+ styles for tall women that are stylish, easy to wear and versatile for any wardrobe.

I hope these brands are intriguing to you as they are for me! Let me know of your fave retailers to shop!

xo

Danielle

 

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