Okay, so I have, what my husband calls, a problem. I call it a necessary part of living. I believe the rest of the world calls it “buying clothes.”
Can we talk about my closet for a minute? It’s a little too close to qualifying for that hording show on TLC. But in a nice way. Like there aren't any rats in there (at least that I can see).
|I WISH I could wear these.|
But there are at least two pair of ballet flats and a gorj pair of Calvin Klein wedges (STILL IN THE BOX) in my closet that have collectively been worn TWO times. In case you are as bad at math as I am, that means ONE PAIR HAS NEVER BEEN WORN. (Sorry to make you do math on a Wednesday evening.)
The wedges I wore in a very stylish wedding. One pair of flats, I wore to pick up my son at the bus stop. I think. Remember what I said about flats in Monday’s post? Unfortunately, that happened after I’d already stocked up on flats.
And then I found the Poshmark app.I would describe the Poshmark app as a little bit like Instagram except you use it to sell your clothes. Oh, and you can also buy clothes. My friend describes the app like this: “dangerousssssss.”
Poshmark protects your transactions and also sends you a shipping label, so you don’t have to deal with all that nonsense (read: boring stuff). That’s the worst part of selling things online, for me anyway. The company takes a percentage of your sale to cover these costs and to, obvs, exist.
Here’s the part where I’m going to tell you to download this app and sign up. You don’t have to. No pressure. But I am absolutely loving the idea of this app and what it can mean for all those unworn shoes in my closet.
If you DO choose to signup, use the code BAADK to get an automatic $5 credit right off the bat!
Follow my closet, “kerriet,” and I’ll follow you back. And if you’re in a following mood, why don’t you go ahead and click this link to follow my posts via email. Why follow? Because you’re an awesome Internet friend, and also I asked nicely.