Even though it may not feel it, but it is nearly spring and that means it is time for some good ol’ spring cleaning! This is a great time to clean out the clutter in our house because we can’t use the excuse of not being home enough.
Plus, you can earn a couple of bucks and resell your plus size secondhand clothes!
Also, with spring cleaning, comes new wardrobes… clear up your closet to make room for some new spring/summer plus size fashion pieces! And after the few years that we have had, there may be some of us in need of a DEEEEEP cleaning of our closets… Right?
How does a little plus size consignment or resell sound like, to you?
It’s always nice to do a bit of spring cleaning and let go of pieces that either are no longer your style, or you no longer have a need for. Plus you are doing a great thing for the environment by extending the life of your clothing!
Plus Size Resell or Consignment: Where To Sell Or Donate Your Plus Size Clothes
Created by Jen Wilder of UR2Much and celebrity plus size stylist, Marcy Guevara- Prete, The Plus Bus “meets you on your turf and expands yours plus size clothing horizons right here in Los Angeles. We offer everything from gently-used fashion gems from your favorite brands like Eloquii, Torrid, Premme and more to some of the latest and greatest brand new pieces from plus size’s foremost indie designers.”
This LA based plus size consignment boutique offers closet clean up services and virtual styling, in addition to their online shop.
Poshmark is one of the most popular re-selling websites – and for good reason! Poshmark is like a fashionable, younger Ebay. You can easily post photos of your clothing from your home and once an item is sold you ship directly to the customer, no middle man!
Steps to Sell:
Create an Account Create a listing for an item Take photos Determine a price When someone buys, Poshmark will send you a pre-paid shipping label Either drop it off at your post office or let the mailman pick it up for you! Poshmark will pay you directly via Paypal
Visit Secondhand Curves boutique for the latest plus size fashion and accessories. There are always new items to choose from and a wide selection of top brand names. You can also use their consignment services.”
They are currently selling directly on Instagram. Make sure to follow @secondhandcurves to support this Illinois-based consignment boutique!
Similar to Poshmark, Depop allows you to create your own listings and sell at your convenience. Depop operates more from their app, so if you are wanting to sell you will have to do it off of that.
Steps to Sell:
Create an account Create a listing for an item Take photos Determine a price Determine shipping method When someone buys, you ship it off Depop will pay you and take its commission
Fat Fancy is a radical body positive plus size resell and consignment boutique located in Portland, Oregon. They carry all gender clothing, shoes, and accessories in Vintage + Modern styles!
You can also book a video or in-person styling session with Bee at fatfancyfashions.com as well as shop clothing only available on their site!
Mercari allows you to sell your items, ranging from clothing to fit bits and everything in between, on its app or website.
Steps to Sell:
Create an account Create a listing for your items Ship it off Get paid by Mercari!
This Philadelphia-based plus size resell boutique, owned and operated by Adrienne Ray is one to know!
At Curve Conscious we offer trendy and stylish apparel, shoes, and accessories for women sizes 12 to 28.
Because every item in our store is hand-selected, we’re able to offer the best brands and styles in contemporary plus-size fashion at a fraction of the retail price!”
Think, Craigslist, but with a face lift. Facebook Marketplace is already integrated into your Facebook and it is the site for you if you can’t be fussed to ship out your items, or if you want to sell larger items other than clothes.
Facebook Marketplace connects users in the same cities to help sell directly. With social distancing times, it may be harder to pick-up or drop-off items.
Steps to Sell:
Go to Marketplace on your Facebook Create a listing for your item That’s it!
This one may be the most convenient way to sell your clothes. No need to stress about taking pictures, picking prices or the most annoying of it all: actually shipping it out.
We would recommend this one if you are looking to get rid of a lot of clothes, but not doing it to make money.
Steps to Sell
Create a ThredUp Account Order a Clean Out Kit Fill it up with all your goods you wish to sell Send it Off Leave it for your mail carrier or drop it at FedEx or USPS
Get cash or credit!
The power duo started having sales via Facebook Live once a month, which they also noticed had become a space that inspired women to get out of their comfort zone, trying new styles without breaking the bank. Their customers were interacting with them on a personal level, sharing their OOTDs and it became more than just selling clothing. It became a community.
Darlene and Sandra started referring to their customers as the BHCC squad and later created a private Facebook group to offer private flash sales and have a safe, non-judgmental place for the squad to share their outfit images and interact with each other.”
This group hosts FB lives to sell various plus size fashion options, all worn or owned by some of your favorite plus size influencers.
If you are a secondhand shopper like me, you know all too well the joy that is finding some gorgeous clothes for less than half the original price…. and in your size!
Give that gift to other beautiful plus size babes!
When it comes to quantity, the bigger resale sites are awesome for finding and selling your clothes with ease, but I encourage you to support smaller consignment shops like the ones in the list above, or even better… find one in your local area!
I am willing to bet you have an awesome secondhand shop that is looking to consign your clothes! And if you do not, we happen to know that more than a few of the plus size consignment locations do accept shipments! Yes, sending your items to them!
Just ask if they do… you never know!
What is your favorite place to resell your gently worn plus size clothes? We are always on the lookout for more places to amplify and support!