My Top 3 Sources For Quality Secondhand Clothing!

on September 16, 2017

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Fotor0916150720I am a big fan of online consignment shops because of their huge selection and great prices. In fact, I get most of mine and my daughter’s clothing from second-hand stores, and mostly online.

Today I’m sharing my three favorite sources for quality secondhand clothes, all of which I have purchased from on many occasions!

Swap.com

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Not only do I buy our clothing through Swap.com, but I also sell our stuff there, too! They have a HUGE inventory (currently 178,000 girls items alone), great quality and competitive prices.

You can read my tips and review of Swap.com here.

Schoola

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I think I purchased most of my daughter’s summer clothes from Schoola this year. The offer great prices and 40% of the sales price goes back to schools.

New members get a $15 credit when you sign up here – you’ll just have to pay shipping which starts at $4.99. 

thredUP

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thredUP is a great source for high-end kids and women’s clothing. They offer clothing, shoes and handbags from every designer brand around plus favorites like Gap, Banana Republic, Gymboree and Carter’s.

They offer a $10 credit for new members, so you’ll just have to pay shipping. This is my referral link, so if you sign up and use your $10 credit, I will get a $10 credit, too. Once you are a member, you can invite your friends and earn referral credits, too!

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