1. Material World

Trade in your designer clothing for gift cards at All you do is simply select which items you wish to send in using their pricing estimator. You’ll receive an instant quote, fill out the form to request their free trade-in bag, and send in your items. If you accept their offer, you will receive an electronic gift card. They’re very selective, so make sure you check out their guidelines.

2. Vestiaire Collective

Vestiaire Collective global marketplace & community for pre-owned luxury and designer fashion, meaning U.S. shoppers can buy pieces from consignors in Europe. We curate the best selection, and all items are authenticated and checked before reaching the buyer. Listing your items is a breeze on their website + app. Snap photos of the items that you'd like to sell, list it at their data backed listing price, and someone from the Vestiaire Collective team will approve your items. Once the item sells a prepaid shipping label and box will be sent to you to ship the items to their offices for further authentication because no one likes to buy fakes. They also offer a concierge service for those seeking an elevated expeirence.

3. The RealReal is an online luxury resale store, selling authenticated, pre-owned designer fashion like Chanel and Hermès. Sign up, tell them how many items you’re sending, and they will send you a shipping label. Once they receive your goods they will be authenticated, photographed, and priced. You receive 70% of the cost of the item once it sells. If you have more than 10 items to sell, you could qualify for their White Glove Service — they send a Merchandise Manager to your home to pick up the items.

4. thredUP makes selling your clothes easy. All you do is order their Clean Out Bag and fill it with your “like-new” quality clothing (maternity and plus sizes also accepted). Use their Clean Out Calculator to help estimate your payout amount in advance. The bag comes with a pre-paid, pre-addressed shipping label to ship back to them for free. Their fashion resale professionals review your clothing and they pay 40% of the resale value (premium items payout more). You can earn thredUP credit, cash out with PayPal, or donate your proceeds. Items that they don’t accept are sent to charitable partners or textile recycling companies. These items can be mailed back to you instead, for a fee of course.

5. Tradesy

In 60 seconds, list your items for sale on They accept any brands, as long as it’s in good condition. Take a few photos of your items (plus, petite, and maternity sizes also accepted) and they will clean the background of the photo for you. Feel free to pick your own price or they will suggest one for you. When your item sells they will send you a free prepaid shipping kit, complete with packaging. Tradesy only takes a 9% commission and you get paid via PayPal. Unlike others, they take returns.

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