6 Consignment Apps

These 6 apps make consignment shopping easier (and more fun!) than ever!

1. Poshmark

With Poshmark you can shop, sell, style and party. Poshmark has whatever you’re shopping for with over 5,000 brands at up to 70 percent off retail. You can consign your own closet, get fashion and styling ideas and even hold or attend virtual posh parties that allow users to share and shop together.

For iPhoneFor Android

2. Letgo

Letgo is a fun, unique way to buy and sell a variety of second-hand stuff within your neighborhood. “Letgo” is faster, safer and better than traditional classified ads and lets you easily offer up your items for sale in less than 30 seconds. The app also allows you to share what you’re selling with your email contacts or Facebook friends to get a quicker sell.

For iPhoneFor Android

3. thredUP

thredUP is a growing online shop to buy and sell like-new women’s and kid’s clothing with over 25,000 brands at up to 90 percent off retail. From tried-and-true favorites to designers you just can’t wait to try, thredUP has everything you want/need for the season ahead.

For iPhoneFor Android

4. Close5

Buy and sell new or second-hand items locally with Close5. Find local deals on items including electronics, furniture, fashionable clothing, accessories, baby items and more. Search within five miles, or extend your search radius to scope out items in new areas.

For iPhoneFor Android

5. Vinted

Sell, buy and swap pre-loved clothes instantly on your phone. Join other stylish women and snatch deals on branded pre-loved clothes and chat with sellers directly to know every detail before you buy. Also, with Vinted you can connect with other consignment-loving women in forums to discuss DIY and styling tips.

For iPhoneFor Android

6. VarageSale

VarageSale is the local classified platform that allows members to buy items at a deep discount, make sales and connect with real people in your neighborhood—a great buying and selling alternative to traditional auction and shopping apps. Members join a “community group” from their neighborhood and then connect with Facebook to see real names, photos and read reviews before deciding to meet someone for a transaction.

For iPhoneFor Android

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