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Who doesn’t love a good deal, especially if you don’t have to get up and go anywhere? Popularity in shopping and selling consignment fashions has skyrocketed since the rise of apps and there are more opportunities to save on your wardrobe than ever. Check out these four secondhand apps to consider when cleaning or shopping for your wardrobe.


Looking for those Marc Jacobs Mouse flats from five years ago?

The secondhand-based app Vinted will help you find it! Housing both an online store that allows members to sell, buy and view vintage clothing from around the world, the app also includes a forum where those who are searching for that one special item can find help. 


Tradesy is the app for designer consignment. Garnering the fashion world’s appreciation for years, the app allows sellers to sell only the best in high-fashion consignment and now offers a wedding section.

Whether one is buying or selling, this app ensures the real deal. No more questioning over that Louis Vuitton’s authenticity!


A favorite in many fashion circles, thredUp is a great resource for anyone looking for casual clothing at a reduced price. The app offers an easy search that makes sorting through the thousand-plus clothing items that much easier. Another perk? The app allows you to sell your clothing to those who want it. That Michael Kors sweater that could earn you some dollars? Sold.  

4-apps-to-consider-while-cleaning-out-your-closet-shop-hersShop Hers

This is where the hip get their deals. Since on trend clothing is almost always over-priced, Shop Hers is a must-have for any fashionista’s budget. Selling on the site is made easy with either the seller uploading their own content or through the site’s VIP service, where they take and put it on the site themselves. They pride themselves on only selling 100% authentic items, which means that Alexander Wang satchel is worry free.




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