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.”
Jezebel’s Third Annual Fashion Swap Meet
This is the fifth Plus Size Clothing Swap that xoxonettaP has hosted in New York City, and she is excited to bring on new partners and sponsors as the event continues to expand. The focus of the event is to provide women who wear clothing above a size 10 a comfortable place to swap clothes and shoes with other women. All swapped items will be sorted upon arrival. Interested participants are asked to bring their bag(s) of clothing and shoes the evening of the event. Examples of items to swap include:
- Tops and blouses
- Pants and slacks
- Shoes, sandals, heels & boots
This time around, the Plus Size Clothing Swap is excited to announce their partnership with Madison Plus, the premier plus size fashion website with hand-curated plus size looks, who has signed on to provide donations for the swap from their showroom.
The online consignment shop Refashioner.com went live this week. Billed as a “curated, online eco-mmunity” for buying, selling and trading vintage clothing, users can apply to create a “closet” and upload pictures of used clothing to sell—which must be approved by the “ReFashion police.
Second-hand stuff has never looked so sexy. Thanks to a redesign rolling out Thursday, HipSwap, an online marketplace for local goods, is now like a Craigslist re-imagined for Fab and Pinterest fans: Lots of pictures, curated collections, a personalized experience and the ability to socialize every item on the site.
Rob Kramer, the company’s co-founder and CEO, put it this way: “If Craigslist and Pinterest had a baby – that’s HipSwap.”
Since the site’s launch in March, he said, it’s expanded to cities nationwide, amassed more than $21 million worth of merchandise and attracts about one million monthly unique visitors. He declined to provide user numbers but said the user population is in the six figures and grows 2 to 3 percent a day. The site has also raised about $1.1 million in seed funding from Greycroft Partners, Founders Fund and others.
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