UPDATE: Unfortunately this company is no longer in business. They merged with LeTote, which is a clothing rental company that send you monthly bags of clothes for a fixed price. I don’t endorse this company, but I wanted to let my readers know about the change.
Another really great consignment shop is ThredUp.com. Check them out for some great deals.
With the weather turning chilly ( and hopefully staying that way ), I’ve been scoping out winter clothes online.
One of my favorite places to shop is Threadflip. Threadflip has the best selection of new and gently used clothing. Everything I’ve bought from them has been exactly as described.
And the best part of the whole thing for me, free shipping with no minimum amount. And everything is extremely well priced.
However, Threadflip isn’t only for buying. You can also sell items too. Right now, I have a few items in my ‘closet’ that you may have seen here on the blog first. You can check them out here. Here are the links to my previous outfit posts featuring these items: 1., 2., 3..
Looking for a great place to shop for the holiday’s ( or any days )? Definitely check out Threadflip. You will love it!
All the items I’m wearing below are from Threadflip and together were under $100. Here’s a break down of the items.
Sweater: Banana Republic – New With Tags – $27 ( Orig. $90 )
Scarf: Vintage – New With Tags – $19 ( Orig. $64 )
Jeans: Banana Republic – Gently Worn – $14 ( Orig. $48 )
Booties: Chinese Laundry – Fair – $11 ( Orig. $98 )
Top: Express – Like New – $11 ( Orig. $60 )
Skirt: ASOS – Gently Worn – $18 ( Orig. $98 )
Original = $458
Discounted = $100
Savings = $358
So, what are you waiting for? Start your Christmas shopping and save!
Thanks to Threadflip for sponsoring this post. All opinions are my own.