This is probably going to be one of my most useful posts EVER. I’ll start by stating the obvious about me: I don’t like paying retail. If I could walk into Neiman Marcus and try on every shoe and buy anything I wanted, this post probably wouldn’t exist. However, I prefer to score 90% off deals, and a lot of it is done online, which means that not everything I get will be perfect. I have rounded up all of my tips and tricks on how I make my items work on a budget
Everyone knows the moment when you realize that there are too many things in your closet that you don’t wear anymore, but yet, you can’t decide if you really want to get rid of it. I got asked the question of how I decide what I sell on Poshmark, and what I don’t. Although I admit to not being an expert at cleaning out my closet, there are a few ways that I make decisions when it comes to listing items. I thought I would gather up my thoughts on the subject, as well as ask a couple fellow Poshers what their closet-cleaning rules were (maybe I can take a few pointers from them too)!
Since I talk a lot about finding great deals on Poshmark, I thought I would put together a list of “tips” on how to go about navigating your way through the app, and being able to score some of your own fabfinds! If you haven’t ever used Poshmark, it’s an app that is for selling women’s clothes and accessories