|Photo from Material Wrld|
|From Thredup Instagram|
The other site I used is ThredUp. This is a somewhat similar process, starting with a clean-out kit. There are a few big differences. First, they accept a wider array of brands. Second, they accept kids' clothing. And third, you need to pay $12.99 for Return Assurance, meaning that if ThredUp does not take your item, you pay the fee to have it returned to you. Otherwise, the process is similar, in that ThredUp makes you an offer for your items, and you can have the money put into your PayPal.
These two sites have made my holiday purge process so easy! I hope these sites will motivate you to do a New Year's purge in honor of welcoming in a clean closet to 2016. Check out their sites for more information, as I've only given a quick overview of how I used it.
This post was not sponsored by either of these sites.