Saturday, September 28, 2013

New Favorite: Tradesy


Dream bag: Pink Birkin


Are y'all using Tradesy?

It's like a combination of Ebay and Ruelala.  The site has a log in and referral like Rue, as well as does sales of specific brands.  But it's re-sale of your items, like Ebay.  The items though, for the most part, are good quality and higher end.  There is no bartering as the prices are set.  They have a really easy shipping system too- for both the buyer and the seller.  And the photographs are really great because after you submit your information, Tradesy does their thing to make them white in the background.  Which is so much easier to look at and makes every item really pop off the page.


Favorite brands like Lilly Pulitzer


I've only had one experience using Tradesy so far but I am totally sold!  I love just browsing for fun, too.


And Tory Burch


If you're in the market to buy or sell some of your purses or clothes, etc this season, you might want to check out Tradesy instead of Ebay.


Every girl loves Revas.


Have you had any experience using Tradesy or Ebay lately?  Any stories we should all be aware of before placing orders?  I've had some not great luck with Ebay over the last year so I am really excited to have another option!

3 comments:

Flo said...

I did look around Tradesy a bit after your recommendation, looks very interesting! I've always had good experiences in buying clothing items on Ebay, but I've been a bit nervous. You just never know how well someone has cared for something, if they smoke, and how accurate their description is. I've sold a few things on Ebay too and had great luck, but I'm picky!

CT Cupcake said...

I haven't used tradesy but i'm going to try it out! ebay has been hit or miss for me when it comes to selling.

Kellyinthecity said...

This is fun! I hadn't heard of it. Thanks for the recommendation!

xoxo
Kelly
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