Do you feel like you have too many pieces of clothing, but you still find it difficult to make the right combination? If you feel like this, it’s better to use your unwanted and useless clothing for something more productive like making money. Of course, you can donate some of your clothes, but you should also use some of it to make a profit and invest it in new clothes. In this article, we have created a short list of methods that can help you achieve this goal.
We will start this list with one conventional method – selling your clothing with the help of consignment stores. The majority of these stores will give you two options – to give you store credit or to sell your clothes on your behalf for money. This is a relatively fast way to earn money from used clothes because you will still have to wait for them to sell your clothes. Obviously, by giving your clothes to more popular consignment stores, you can expect faster sales.
The Internet has become the largest marketplace in the world. If you are looking for the best online clothing business opportunities, then you can always count on specially designed websites for this purpose. From Craigslist, Kijiji and eBay to ASOS Marketplace, The RealReal and Trend Trunk – the Internet is full of places where you can find buyers for your used clothes. Of course, you can also open your own website for this activity. This is something that won’t cost you much time or money.
In case you are a passionate mobile user, you should not forget that you can use your tablet or smartphone to sell your clothing. The sites we’ve mentioned above have mobile apps too. Additionally, there are some specialized apps for this purpose like Depop and Offer Up Now. These apps are constantly updated making buying and selling clothes easier than ever.
Finally, as you are probably aware, social media networks are no longer used only for communication. People use them for different things including shopping. Those who want to sell their clothes online can join different Facebook groups created for this purpose. Spend some time checking the rules and analyzing the prices before offering your clothes.
These are some of the best ways that can help you turn old, unused clothes into money.
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— Griffith Bentley (@BenedickBeckham) 12 août 2017