‘Tis the season for spring cleaning, and what could be better than making a few bucks off of those clothes you haven’t worn in a year?
That’s where Threadflip comes in.
Threadflip is a brand spankin’ new site (launched April 17th) where you can sell your barely worn clothes and browse the closets of others. The site makes it easy to share your closet and your favorite items on your social networks, which makes it a very interactive experience.
The process of listing your items is fairly simple, and Threadflip is upfront about everything. I think the best part is that Threadflip only claims 15% of your sale to cover shipping and materials (once your item sells, Threadflip sends you a pre-paid shipping label and all the packaging materials). Many consignment shops claim more than that. I once sold my items in a local consignment shop that only gave me 40% of the profits from my items. Rip. Off!
Want to list your clothes, but don’t have time? No problem. Threadflip is in the process of testing a new service called White Glove, where you can send the items you want to sell to Threadflip and they’ll take care of the rest. Easy as that.
I set up a little closet with some items, just to test the site out. Check them out!
Will you try Threadflip? What kinds of items would you look for on the site?