It’s Fash Cash! Make money from what you own.
Let’s begin the year with some money-saving tips to start earning back… with barely having to leave your house! We all love money and we all love expensive clothes but how to make your wardrobe into a money maker?
In this video episode, co-hosts Sharon Haver & Brad Boles share tips to turn your closet into a virtual gold mine!
Gucci, Prada, Dolce & Gabbana, sure those are the names that draw re-sales online, but you don’t have to have top designer goods to make some money from what you already own.
Listen to their Closet Busters tips on what sells and what does not sell when it comes to earning some fash cash!
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Video topics include:
- How to resale your clothing to to consignment shops, eBay, swap parties, flea markets, and even what to donate to thrift shops.
- What sells and what doesn’t.
- Avoid heavily warn garments.
- Anything white is a tough resale.
- Be honest with what you put on online sites.
- Research your prices to see what it’s worth rather than what you THINK it’s worth.
>> WATCH: How To Shop Your Closet
- Try a shopping swap party with your friends for clothes, handbags, and accessories.
- Don’t sell your closet staples unless you really must.
- Sell your identifiable trendy stuff- the type of things that you can place to a specific season & become dated.
- When it comes to online sales, people search marketplaces for designer names like Gucci, Prada, Dolce & Gabbana, YSL, Mulberry, Louis Vuitton, etc. — Sharon HATES the phrase, a passion for fashion… be original.
- Do clean your merchandise before you sell it.
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- Present to in a way that you would want to receive it.
- Turn your accessories into fast fash cash– no sizes so they sell easier.
- Sharon prefers shopping with a credit card rather than PayPal cash when she doesn’t know the seller.
- When you turn to consignment shops to sell your merchandise, the items may come back a bit shopworn if they don’t sell.
- Own it, wear it, live it and LOVE it!
Sharon is wearing a Donna Karan Urban Zen sweater and Yves Saint Laurent necklace, her own of course.
Sharon Haver is the founder and editor in chief of FocusOnStyle.com. Brad Boles is the editor at large and also a reappearing cast member and Jill Zarin‘s gay husband on The Real Housewives of New York City