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5 Proven Tips To Make Money Selling Second Hand Clothes! (Cheap BIG Brands)

Follow my journey on Instagram – @ aleisha.ann I would love to show you how to make money selling second hand clothes online! I have been doing this for many years and earn an average of $ 370 per day online. SUBSCRIBE + 🔔’s 👉

I don’t have a job, but I work from home selling used clothes that I find in thrift stores. I usually find big brands like Gucci and Prada. You can find them at a great price and then resell them online for a good profit. In this video, I talk about 5 tips that will help you learn how to make money selling second-hand clothes online. Also, the best place to sell clothes for cash would be eBay. This is the best place to do it if you want to get instant cash. If you want to sell clothes online and start a business doing it, you need to target the big brands. You can find brands at a good price and sell them for good margins. This is the best way to earn at least $ 200 a day online doing this. Remember that eBay is a good idea because it is the best place to sell clothes for cash. You can make money selling used clothing on eBay and I know people who do it full time and earn 6 figures a year. So if you want to know where to sell clothes, that’s the place to do it! If you want to know how to make money online, I recommend that you watch this video and then try this. This will really only work for the women’s fashion niche because it is so popular and has good brands. Even if you don’t want to do something like this every day like I do, you can do it to sell old clothes. When I started learning how to sell clothes online, it was very difficult for me. Then I used the 5 tips that I share in this video and it made it easier for me. I love teaching you how to make money buying and selling clothes. This works and I hope these 5 tips help you start a mini clothing business online by selling things you find at the thrift store! Check out my other videos! Transportation of purchases in second-hand stores:

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  2. Great Video Aleisha! thanks , I like it .Me too! So much fun. I love shopping for other people 🦋ally recommend you check out an app called FLYP👈🏻, I’ve been using it to have an expert reseller do all the selling work for me on Poshmark. It’s much easier this way and I’m a bit lazy, but it works GREAT! I put everything in one box and the reseller sells it for me on commission, it’s easier than selling on my own, and makes much more than thredup or plato’s. Figured I’d share, thanks again for the amazing video 💖

  3. Thanks Aleisha! 🤩 I really recommend you check out an app called FLYP👈🏻, I’ve been using it to have an expert reseller do all the selling work for me on Poshmark. It’s much easier this way and I’m a bit lazy, but it works GREAT! I put everything in one box and the reseller sells it for me on commission, it’s easier than selling on my own, and makes much more than thredup or plato’s. Figured I’d share, thanks again for the amazing video 😍

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  5. Were can i sell fake desginer ( i will tell them its fake and seccond hand but it look legit and the quality is good) my moto is dont sell sttuff u don't want

  6. k, so i never (rarely) subscribe to anything, really, lol, except Joe Rogan Experience, Comedy Central, and now u. You're SO relatable, even though u live allllll the way in New Zealand. I liked ur video, dug ur energy, but as an avid thrifter and moderate/beginner seller I kind of already knew all that, but I'm hooked. Curious to see what else u have to say on this (and other) topics. My question at the moment is do you ever invest in an amazing piece that you know u can turn a profit on if u know it won't fit you? i never used to, but after accidentally coming home with the wrong size Zara shoes and making $10 the next day, I've been keeping that in the back of my mind. or would it just be a waste of time and money?

  7. I tried selling used baby clothes on eBay and no one seemed interested. Have any tips? The clothes were like new, most only worn once or twice by my daughter. Do adult clothes sell better?

  8. I want to start my own e-commerce site reselling luxury designer goods. Do you think that is a good idea. I come across lots of good items that I think can be resold. I want to make a living doing this.

  9. I thought about doing this about a year ago but felt like poshmark was the only way to go. I found some YouTubers who made good money,but their inventory took up a lot of room,if not an entire room. How do you minimize clutter from slow sellers?

  10. Hey there! Thank you for the great insights. I am here in the US but my fiancé is a kiwi 😉 On my last visit I had some success in bringing thrift items from the US to Wellington to the resell shops there. I would like to know if you have any tips as far as brands or trends from the states that are popular in NZ. Thanks <3 (I will be back there in December)

  11. Kia Ora Aleisha…woow cool video…I have a 15 yr old daughter who is so into thrift shopping she actually saves her lunch money and sometimes pops into a local Thrift shop and comes home with cloths…which has become a huge problem…as she now has boxes and clean sacks of cloths she no longer wears!! Shes quiet knowledgeable on brands but she herself only focuses on Vans. Anyways after all that…my question…what would be the best way for her to sell her cloths, online or at the Flea Market/Night Markets…I'm not too keen on having strangers turning up to collect things…like as some of her cloths aren't Brands is Shipping a viable option and how does that work…cheers for sharing.

  12. You are brilliant and beautiful! Thank you so much for sharing this great content; I've subscribed. I'm totally excited to flip fashion and have it actually pay for my own clothes! This is awesome! 😍😍😍 Much love from Austin,Texas.

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