I’ve joined this site called Poshmark. On there, you’re allowed to sell or trade new or used items in your closet from shoes, clothes to jewelry. There are high-end brands, and affordable brands, too! I think there’s something for everyone.
I’ve been adding things to my closet, such as these Steve Madden Topazz pumps I barely wore. I think I only wore them twice, a leather jacket I’ve grown out of. Everything is priced affordably.
If you’re on PoshMark, leave the link to your closet below, so that I can follow. Also, check out and shop my closet https://poshmark.com/closet/muskimp while you’re there. Keep an eye out because I will definitely add more items to my Poshmark closet since I’m purging and trying to make extra money.
If you’re not on Poshmark, it is simple to setup, and best of all, you can access it from your iPhone!
The short checklist below will get you started:
- 1. Create an account. We recommend to do this through Facebook so you can discover all your friend’s closets (we will never access your account without your permission) but you have an option of doing it with just your email as well.
- 2. Connect to your Facebook and Twitter friends who are already on Poshmark. The more people you follow, the more closets you can shop.
- 3. Create your first listing. It’s easy, free, and you can edit it at anytime. When your item sells we have you covered with everything else, so creating a listing is really the hardest step in the selling process. And wait until you see just how easy it really is!
- 4. Attend a Party. Posh Parties are in-app shopping and selling parties with themes, such as “Animal Prints,” “Designer Handbags,” and “Vintage Wear.” Posh Parties are a great opportunity to shop a selection of curated closets, and also the perfect time for you to promote your own listings to people within the community. Attend one to see what others are listing and feel free to share your listings to a Party. Just remember to stay in theme!
Disclosure: This post was written by me, without outside influences, and is for informatory purposes only. I was not paid for this post. All opinions are my own, and are 100% honest.