Selling your designer, brand name and top-quality vintage pieces via online consignment stores is the easiest way to make money on your clothing. The store handles all the dirty work! Whether you’re a designer diva with a closet full of Louboutins or a vintage lover, keep reading after the jump for the best 5 online consignment stores for you to consign your clothing and make money!
Knowing how to declutter your possessions comes with the territory of knowing how to thrift store shop. Sometimes you just need to donate, give away or even trash some of your unwanted, unworn or unsalvageable belongings. So to help you know how and when to declutter your finds I’m sharing the seven questions I ask myself when deciding whether to toss or keep a thrifted garment.
Thrift store finds are just about stylish steals. Previous owners can overlook loose change and bills that remain in the nooks, crannies and pockets of the clothing, furniture, luggage and books that they’re donating to a store. Follow these 6 ways to look for money at a thrift store, and you may end up leaving with more money in your pocket than when you first entered!
You should shop a thrift store for goods that are going to get you the most savings when purchased used. You’ve read my tips and tricks to what not to buy at a thrift store. But when it comes down to the best purchases that will give you the greatest return on investment, here’s my personal list of the 10 things I always buy used!
Here’s three easy ways to spot vintage clothing in a thrift store so that no matter your experience level, you can have more confidence knowing that a foreign looking label is that of a vintage clothing garment. For tips on how to spot vintage in a thrift store, keep reading after the jump for insights on vintage clothing union tags, brand designs and Made in USA labels!
By sharing your thrift store experiences and savvy scores, you’re inspiring others like a thrift pro and in the process, gaining fresh insights from them, too. Keep reading after the jump for my suggestions on how to share your thrift scores using social media platforms Facebook, Instagram and Twitter, inspire others to thrift like a pro and how thrifting inspires the greatest score of all: Giving!