As a mom of 3, I’m always on the lookout for places to not only get quality secondhand kids clothing, but places to sell kids clothes. We do a great job of keeping our kids clothes in good condition, so if I can get a few dollar back for doing so, I’m all for it. These are 7 places to sell kids clothes that we love to use.
This has been every mom’s default for selling clothes online. ThredUp is our last stop when trying to sell kids clothes, as the clothes end up being donated if ThredUp can’t add them to their inventory. Please note that ThredUp has recently changed their procedures, and are charging a fee for taking in your clothing. Again, I would use ThredUp as your last resort when selling kids clothing because of these new developments.
Kidizen is an app that is available in IOS and Android. What we love about kids clothing resale apps is that they are almost always user-friendly. Kidizen is no different. We also love that Kidizen is a community, as well as a place to sell your kids clothing.
Once Upon A Child
We use Once Upon A Child to sell kids clothes at least quarterly. The reason we love this brick and mortar store for re-sale of kids clothing is because of the quality and customer incentives. At our Once Upon A Child, you not only get to sell your quality clothing, but you get your loyalty card stamped each time you do. With each stamp, you get closer to a 15% discount on a future purchase. I’m not sure if this is offered at every store, but it’s worth asking about when you visit your Once Upon A Child.
Kid to Kid
Kid to Kid is another brick and mortar store that we love to use to sell kids clothes. They are a re-sale store, similar to Once Upon A Child. They also have stores available nationwide, so be sure to check out their store locator for one near you.
Facebook Buy/Sell/Trade Groups
Facebook has conveniently added the Marketplace to our accounts, due to the popularity of these buy/sell/trade groups. Whether you like the new update or not, it does provide an easy way to sell your kids clothing, or anything else you may want to put up for purchase. My friend Stacy has a great post on her website about Facebook Buy/Sell/Trade groups, and how to make great money using them. Actually, her husband Barry wrote the post. Check it out!
We recently wrote about Loteda on our website, and we were impressed with the quality of clothing we received. Loteda focuses on “lots” of clothing, pairing pieces together in lots that work with one another. If your kids have wardrobes with pieces that tend to compliment each other, you may want to look into selling to Loteda.
Just Between Friends
This is a regional consignment event, but they do offer them all over the U.S. I’ve had many friends and readers say that they have found the best deals for clothing at JBF. They’ve also said that consigning at JBF has been a phenomenal experience. To learn more about Just Between Friends, visit their website.