I am a full-time thrifter and reseller. I also make YouTube videos to document my journey.
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I am a full-time reseller. I sell on eBay and Poshmark. I find most of my goods at thrift stores and garage sales. I do buy new wholesale items to resell also, but I just really enjoy thrifting!
I would like to add a “What Sold” category to my blog because I have so many asking about my business.
I was on vacation over Memorial Weekend so this was actually a slow weekend because I wasn’t very active in my stores. But I still made some sales.
The first thing I sold was this Red Denim Hot topic Skirt. I had it listed for $24 and received an offer for $20. That was a good offer so I took it.
I don’t always buy big name brand items. I pick an item because of style. This is a Casual Corner tunic that caught my eye so I grabbed it. I paid .25 so I figured $14 was a great profit for this quick sale!
Vintage Levi’s are so easy to sell and so hot right now so I always pick them up. I sold these Levi’s within a couple of days of listing them. Made a great profit too!
These Everlane Cigarette jeans were a very quick sale! I paid $2, great sale, don’t you think?
These Orthopedic Dress Shoes were a fast move. Shoes are always an easy sell.
This Tea Set took a little while to sell. They also were taking up shelf space so I accepted an offer for $25 plus ship.
I honestly thought that these shoes would sell for more but it doesn’t always work out that way. I accepted an offer, these had sat for some time. Still made a profit considering these cost me .50.
After I came home from my weekend, I sold four more items! I also made a sale in my Online Boutique!
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I have my own online clothing boutique. I also sell clothing on Poshmark. I’ll link my websites here in case you want to check them out.
My Boutique: https://thethriftyjewell.com/
Being organized is key when running an online store from home. I have a TON of inventory! My basement is my home office. I needed clothing racks!
I was shopping online for clothing racks and couldn’t believe the prices! I needed something sturdy so I showed my hubby some ideas from Pinterest and this is what he came up with.
He built me three of these! They are made from galvanized plumbers pipe and let me tell you, you could do chin ups on these things!
He measured and drew up some plans then we went to Home Depot. We went to the plumbing department and an employee cut all the different size pipes that we needed for FREE! All we had to do was go home and screw them all together.
Maybe I can get my husband to list the dimensions for me and I will add them on here.
These are some different angles.
These hold a lot of clothes. I have some really nice clear dust covers I found on Amazon to put over the clothes.
These would also be great in a laundry room or in a room with no closet. And they will not break under all the weight. our total cost for one rack was around $70.