I’m hosting some coffee edition Posh N Sips for the next four weekends! These are free, local meetups for anyone wanting to learn more about how Poshmark works. Whether you want to clean out your closet or try a new side hustle, your questions will be answered! The first one is this Saturday, October 26 at the Starbucks in Nexton. Join us!
Poshmark is relatively new to Canada, and I'm working hard to list our inventory ASAP. I'm excited to be able to offer you some great features:
1. Discounted shipping
2. Discount on bundle purchases
3. "Make an offer" feature
4. Notification of price drops
5. Sold items clearly marked
Get #gentlyused looks like this for less at #clothesmentorcresthillil !
Sweater: gently used French Connection, size large - $16
Bottoms: gently used Articles of Society, size 12- $13
Jacket: gently used Skies are Blue, size large - $20
Boots: gently used 14th & Union, size 10 - $15
Handbag: gently used Dooney & Bourke - $55
This 17 item bundle probably would not have happened if it wasn’t for me reaching out to the buyer. A week before, she had bought a Free People bralette for $19. ONE THING. For under $20. Not a big deal, right? She rated me 5 stars, and as always, I left her a message thanking her for her rating and offering her 25% off her next purchase from me. And here we are. If you scroll down my feed you can find a post about exactly what I say with my offer! Also, if you’re wondering, it weighed 10 lbs and cost me 19.95 to ship 😬 Luckily, they use your Posh credits to cover it so keep doing those campaigns! 👍🏻👍🏻
40 3649 October, 2019
I’m actually shocked. First mystery box I’ve ever purchased, thankfully I used my Posh campaign earnings. Bought from a prominent YouTuber 😑
222 59123 June, 2019
Ah, sweater weather. My favorite time of the year and hands down, my FAVORITE category to sell aside from shoes. Why? Most don’t wrinkle! 😂
After single-handedly touching thousands of sweaters in the past few weeks, I thought I would share a few tips I have learned in the past few years.
1.) If it’s cashmere, buy it. It doesn’t need to be a boojie brand-I have sold Macy’s and Nordstrom’s house brands. Off brands. Random brands. People are looking for 100% cashmere in their size. After a while, your hands are trained to find it. And find it, you will.
2.) Vintage sweaters can command a good amount. Made in the USA and made of “Ramie” are usually indicators of vintage. When in doubt, just look up the brand in google with the word vintage next to it! Etsy is a good place to list these! .
3.) Be sure to turn your sweaters inside out to check for staining or deodorant skid marks.🤣 Yup. If you are over 35, do this with your studio lights on-because aging eyes miss things. 😉
4.) Be leery of restoring thin knit sweaters with piling. Unless you are a jedi sweater surgeon with a even hand like @nineveposh (Who is a MUST-follow on IG for all things fabric care). I pass on thin knits who need extra TLC because I have destroyed many in my years of reselling.
5.) Cardigans sell ALL year. Why? Cubicles are often icicles. Many of those who work in climate controlled conditions have to layer even in the summer months.
Extra credit: Sweater season for me runs from Sept-March. .
These Frye boots needed a little loving and I think they turned out alright! Swipe to see the product I use. I bought it at Wal-Mart two years ago when I was thrifting while out of town and wanted to take pics/list in the hotel room! 🤣 It’s not wonder balsam but it does some good work 👍🏻
13 2919 May, 2019
My interests are long walks down Goodwill aisles and amazingly reasonable offers 😍