Where to donate clothes? ANSWERED

Have you found yourself with clothes you need to get rid of? Try donating! Clothes donation is an excellent way to clean out your closet and feel good when doing it. Choosing the best organization that will benefit from your clothing is important, so that your donated clothes goes to the right place and person.

Finding the best place to donate clothes can be difficult, so we have created this list of the 16 best places to donate clothes to help you!

Donate Women’s Clothing:

These clothes donation organizations accept clothes for women, or clothes that are typically considered “for girls”.

One of…


5 tips to win at the Goodwill bins

Have you ever felt like thrifting the Goodwill bins is “hit or miss?” Some days you find lots of amazing items, while other days there’s nothing worth buying? Luckily, with a little bit of planning, you can become more successful at thrifting! Resellers and thrifters alike will benefit from these five tips and tricks to the art of thrift shopping.

First, What Is the Point of Thrifting?

Thrifting is an excellent way to find cheap clothes. Goodwill bins (aka goodwill clearance centers) specifically can offer finds from high-end name brands such as Champion, J. Crew, and Burberry, all the way to comfortable closet staples. Goodwill and other…


How to start your very own consignment shop

If you’re a reselling with a passion for flipping gems that you thrift at Goodwill or find on websites like eBay, Poshmark, and Mercari, it might be time for you to learn how to start an online consignment store.

During these days of the coronavirus, there is so much uncertainty. Starting your own online business and generating a steady stream of cash into your pockets might be just what you need to create a little bit of stability in your life — and, not to mention, give you something exciting to do while you’re spending much more time at home!


Mercari vs eBay vs Poshmark

Back in the day, if you had a closet full of things that you wanted to sell, you would likely head to a pawn shop or wait until the weather is nice enough to have a garage sale. Both of those options seriously limit your reachable audience and, therefore, your opportunity to make some extra cash.

Today, there are many websites where you can resell things that you want to get rid of, but three that are incredibly popular are Mercari, eBay, and Poshmark. You might be wondering when it comes to Mercari vs eBay vs Poshmark, which service is…


We bought and sold stuff on Mercari for months, here’s our ultimate review guide to Mercari!

There are hundreds of different places, websites, and apps where you can sell your unwanted items online. Services like eBay, OfferUp, Poshmark, and even Facebook Marketplace all offer a way to recycle your belongings by marketing them to other people. One of the latest and in our opinion greatest (more on this later) apps on the market is Mercari. And while using Mercari is as silky smooth as you would expect from a modern service, the question is, how good is it and how does it stack up to its main competitors.

Did you know?

Did you know: You can partner with a…


Reseller Mystery Boxes can be a gamble

Good in theory, not so much in practice

The premise behind these boxes is great: Resellers need inventory to resell, companies have surplus inventory, let’s box it up, and sell it at a discounted rate to resellers. We love any solution that empowers and enables independent resellers to grow. But, are these boxes even worth your time?

The problem starts arising when you notice that many of these reseller boxes are actually sold by resellers. Be it small Poshmark resellers trying to get rid of their death pile with Poshmark mystery boxes, or huge resellers like ThredUp trying to move the inventory that didn’t move for them with…

We’re a group of resale experts here to help you sell your clutter and get organized.

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