Helllooo! I hope everyone had a great week! This Friday I’m going to focus on how to get designer items for pennies on the many, many dollars they cost new (and some used).
While you can find many awesome finds at Goodwill and sicount stores, if you look really, really hard and often- I’ve found the best place to buy new-to-me items is Poshmark
Poshmark is the Best Platform to Buy Used
While yes, this is me pushing to buy from my Poshmark store and use my referral code, MeredithFoxx, when you sign up, I do genuinely love Poshmark.
I’m not going to lie, if I want the experience of going to the store, oogling over all the leather and chrome, and being serviced like a Queen- I’ll buy new. If there’s something that would break my heart in two if it was used- I’ll buy new. But for many accessories or even expensive clothing, I’ll buy used.
Prime examples of buying used, designer sunglasses. Okay, so one, all designer sunglasses are made in essentially the same factory. Sorry, but there’s no difference between the $20 Target glasses and the $650 Balenciaga pair, except the label on the glasses- and the price you ultimately pay. However, I will pay $100 for designer glasses when the original price is $450. They’re an accessory and chances are I’m wearing a $10 shirt. I personally like to focus on shoes, bags, and other accessories because I can use them every day.
I’m also not about to drop $125 on a pair of Lulu Lemon leggings, no matter how cute they are. But I will spend $50 on a slightly used pair.
You get the idea, bougie on a budget is Poshmark.
Oh! On Luxury goods, Poshmark will guarantee authenticity as well. So no worries there!
The Other Perk of Poshmark
The other perk of Poshmark is that you can sell your stuff too! When you sign up use my code MFoxx21. Selling your stuff not only de-clutters your space, but also puts cash in your pocket. It’s really easy to sell on and super fun to meet other sellers!
Do you sell on Poshmark? Or Tradesy? What’s your experience been so far?