Your clothes are great, if it were not, you had not purchased. Now is the time to make money with it, and the best way to do this is to sell it to a thrift store. Will you get a fair price for it, so call your inner stylist and tell him to pay attention: if you want to make a few dollars for your used clothing, you have to understand fashion and be ready to make a smart decision. Do the right thing, and you will be rewarded with good money you can reinvest in an entirely new wardrobe.
Clean your closet. If you have not used something in months, push it away to sell. Sell things before they go out of fashion, you will earn more money.
Inspect all with eagle eye. If it smells like cigarette or cats, if dirty or stained, get him away to wash. If you have broken seams, broken zippers or missing buttons, you have to repair it.
Look back at the clothes you want to sell. Be objective: You are really good quality ? Boot the cheapest and tattered clothes, and then boot the mediocre stuff too.
Wash all the clothes you need. Be careful to follow the instructions on the label wash, clean and dry in any sensitive or high-quality thing. Notice the stained armpits and dirty necks.
Repair everything you can. This includes sewing torn seams, replace zippers and buttons, and cut pills sweaters.
Iron or vaporizes all the wrinkles, remove all lint and hair pets, and hang your clothes on hangers or fold it carefully.
Get in internet and looking for a consignment shop or local reseller that specializes in stylish clothing. Check their website to see what they are looking for this season, or call the store and talk to a buyer about what you want. Check your clothes and choose the things that are safe, plus a couple of bets sold.
Pack up all your stuff in a bag or nice box. Presentation is everything! Be sure to see you in style too, so that the buyer of the store take you seriously.
Take your style and your clothes too stylish to the store and let the buyer see. Be kind and patient: they shall have a difficult job and shove if you’re bossy or pushy. If they reject your favorite clothes, do not argue.
Collect the rejected clothes and take her to the next shop. If only one good thrift store where you live, try to sell your clothes online.