Poshmark Review: Guide To Buying Safely and Selling for Profit ($)


With the current Marie Kondo decluttering movement, it seems as though everyone is purging their closets to maximize their happiness. 

In doing so, most people would prefer to instead make some quick cash off of their second-hand clothes or outgrown items, then donate them or throw them away.  While we would all like to be philanthropists, it’s hard to say no to a little revenue from selling your clothes.

While there are quite a few methods to sell your items, such as hosting a yard sale, frequenting thrift stores and consignment shops, or using Facebook’s online marketplace, a longstanding online option is Poshmark. But how reliable is the site? Can you actually make extra money?

Maybe you don’t even know what Poshmark is or what to sell on Poshmark. If that’s the case, we’re going to give you the A-Z tutorial on how to become a Poshmark fashionista.

What Is Poshmark? Poshmark originated in 2011 as the smartphone Poshmark app and an online platform to sell gently used clothing online. For the most part, sellers and buyers capitalize on the site for apparel and accessories, such as designer purses.

However, Poshmark can also support sales of other items outside of designer clothing, too. But, it doesn’t seem the platform has quite reached the breadth of selling diversity of eBay.

To buy or sell on Poshmark, users must create accounts that require a breadth of information. If you’re establishing a user profile, you’ll need to provide everything from necessary information, to more intimate details such as shipping address info and payment methods.

While anyone can post any label name for resale on the site, it’s most popular or use is for high-end luxury brand items. Some of the more popular items include Tory Burch shoes and accessories, Prada and Michael Kohrs handbags, and Burton snowboarding gear.

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