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Poshmark closet. 9 ways to fill it.

Are you tired of having a bare, boring Poshmark closet? Are you ready to step up your reselling game and become a Poshmark power seller? Look no further! Here are some hilarious (but totally effective) tips on how to source the best stuff for your Poshmark closet:

Dumpster diving: This may sound gross, but you'd be surprised at the treasures you can find in those big green bins. Just make sure to bring a pair of gloves and a face mask, and you're good to go!

Befriend your weird aunt: We all have that one aunt who has a knack for finding the strangest, most unique items at garage sales. Befriend her, and you'll have a never-ending supply of one-of-a-kind pieces for your Poshmark closet.

Go on a treasure hunt at estate sales: Estate sales can be a goldmine for vintage and antique items. Just make sure to bring your bargaining skills and a flashlight (for digging through musty old boxes in the basement).

Steal from your friends and family: Okay, don't actually steal from them. But if you have a friend or family member who is constantly getting rid of clothes or accessories, offer to take them off their hands. It's a win-win situation – they get rid of stuff they don't want, and you get free inventory for your Poshmark closet.

Join a group or community with similar interests: Joining a group or community that shares similar interests as you can lead to some great finds for your Poshmark closet. For example, if you're into vintage clothing, consider joining a vintage clothing group or visiting vintage stores and thrift shops.

Check out local thrift stores: Thrift stores can be hit or miss, but it's worth it to take the time to scour the racks for hidden gems.

Keep an eye out for yard sales: Yard sales can be a great source for inexpensive, gently used items. Just make sure to arrive early to get the best selection.

Follow fashion influencers and bloggers: Many fashion influencers and bloggers sell their gently used clothes and accessories online, often through Poshmark. Following them on social media can help you stay up-to-date on the latest items they're selling.

Shop at discount stores: Discount stores like T.J. Maxx and Marshalls often have a great selection of designer items at discounted prices. Keep an eye out for high-quality, on-trend items that you can resell at a profit on Poshmark.

So there you have it – nine funny (but totally effective) ways to source the best stuff for your Poshmark closet. Happy reselling!


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