My fitbit #Fitstats for 12/08/2013: 10,854 steps and 4.8 miles traveled. http://www.fitbit.com/user/28RKTW
My fitbit #Fitstats for 12/07/2013: 11,530 steps and 5 miles traveled. http://www.fitbit.com/user/28RKTW
My fitbit #Fitstats for 12/06/2013: 11,339 steps and 5 miles traveled. http://www.fitbit.com/user/28RKTW
I heard about 99dresses on the podcast, Download This Show. 99 dresses is a mobile app that enables users to swap clothes. You can list the clothes you want to swap and browse the app to swap with others. It is only available on iOS now. Hopefully 99dresses will be on Android soon.
Swapdom is another new swapping website. I heard about this site via a blog post by Kellie. You can list items, search for items you want, offer your stuff in exchange. Swapdom helps to arrange the swap.
Sammy Davis Vintage, along with Enovia of Mixie Management and Yoli Ouiya are co-hosting the NYC THRIFTING COLLECTIVE, the first and only organization bringing you chartered THRIFT TRIPS to explore the world of secondhand fashion beyond the limits of New York City. Order tickets now.
On Saturday, November 23rd will engage attendees with THREE under-the-radar thrift stores in a top secret city of northern New Jersey. Thrifters will have approximately one hour at each store to shop, style and score thrifty deals that can’t be found in NYC. EACH STORE offers discounts ONLY available to Thrifting Collective attendees. There will be chartered transportation to 3 thrift stores in Northern New Jersey. No lugging shopping bags from train to bus, no worry about “making” public transportation on time!
TechCrunch reported Wednesday that closet-swap platform Bib + Tuck, which launched in November 2012, officially netted $600,000 via billionaire fashion magnate J. Christopher Burch and a group of other angel investors in a seed round.
The premise of the so-called “recommerce” outlet is fairly simple: Users turn in their gently worn (perhaps even designer) duds for virtual currency, which then can be spent on anything in the store. If a coveted piece is just out of reach, the store also allows users to buy those in-store “bucks” to close the gap and make the purchase. The company relies heavily on the participation of those with high-end closets to maintain a steady flow of barter-worthy items, but it’s not the first to make a go of the strategy (and turn a profit).
Yay! There’s an upcoming clothing swap in New York City. Tracy who writes the blog, Everything She Wants is hosting a swap on Saturday, December 15th at Closet Dash Shop from 1-3PM.
Tradesy, an e-commerce mobile app and website that launches today, is attempting to take the hassle out of selling online by making it easy for you to cash in on all those unwanted clothes in your closet.CEO Tracy Dinunzio says she founded Tradesy to make the online selling experience as easy for the average woman as walking into her own closet and uploading photos of her unworn clothing to the site to start selling immediately, without having to worry about logistics, or what the site refers to as “the messy bits.”