Cash For Clothes
Looking for ways to cash in on your unwanted clothing shoes and accessories?
Here’s a few tips to help you on your Cash for clothes journey.
- Firstly, you may want to access the condition of your items to help find the most suitable savvy way to get the most value.
- Try to sell your items with relevance to the season. (Your audience for a beach dress in mid-december will most likely be sparse).
- Find the source offering the best sellers fees in relation to your items price. The fee structures of your selling outlet are an important factor. Research which is best for you.
- Showcase your items on multiple sites at once to give you the best possible chance of sale.
- Try to keep your items for sale in pristine condition and even add pictures of them worn. This can help entice buyers.
- Create an accurate description of your clothing. Be honest. Over selling and under delivering may result in your items being returned and poor reviews on your profile.
- Research what prices other similar items are listed at to give you a better judgement on what to realistically expect.
- Don’t forget to incorporate your postage fees. Paying more for your items to be tracked is always safer.
Sell on Ebay
Ebay has one of the biggest audiences worldwide. From high street to designer clobber, it’s is a great marketplace for your unwanted clothes. Look out for the “sell for £1” promos.
Depop, Shpock and Gumtree are also great sites and also don’t forget Facebook and Instagram. With people now spending a significant amount of their time on social media, tapping in to your already established social network could also help drive up trade.
Why not host your own clothes swapping party with your friends or local community! A great excuse for a party and a great way to update your wardrobe. Visit getswishing.com for more information and inspiration.
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