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I will admit perusing the web for thrift finds is less overwhelming than walking into a Goodwill store. What if I told you it’s possible to find one-of-a-kind thrifted pieces while in your pajamas? Everyone is familiar with eBay, but there is a treasure trove of online stores for thrifted and vintage finds. Below are a few of my favorite online thrift stores.
The RealReal is a luxury online thrift store selling luxury men’s, women’s, jewelry, and art up to 90% off retail prices. One of the things I love about The RealReal is placing an alert on an item when similar items become available. Popular items sell instantly so it’s important to jump on those coveted items immediately.
ThredUp has a huge online inventory ranging from gently used items of the most popular brands at a fraction of the cost to designer duds.
I recently discovered Everything But the House (EBTH, for short), and I’m obsessed. EBTH is an online estate sale site selling literally everything but the house. The furniture is to die for, and there are no words for the jewelry selection. If you love the idea of hitting up estate sales but also love to sleep in on Saturday mornings, EBTH is perfect for you.
Poshmark is an app-based resale site featuring MILLIONS of pieces of thrifted clothing. Browsing inventory is very simple with a Instagram-like feed. One of the unique aspects of Poshmark is the fostering of communication between buyers and sellers. My favorite closet is @alvictoria. (Follow her on Insta @thedealqueen for helpful Goodwill tips too!)
Online Goodwill is a serious GOLD mine. Similar to eBay, Online Goodwill is an auction site, but all items were donated to Goodwill and support Goodwill’s mission. From vintage art to cars, there is something for everyone at Online Goodwill. (My boyfriend and a couple of friends bought a 1987 Lincoln Towncar limo from Online Goodwill.)
ASOS is one of my favorite budget-friendly, trendy retailers, but I recently discovered (and fell in love) with ASOS’s Marketplace. The Marketplace features over 1000 boutiques featuring independent designers and vintage pieces. Some of my favorite vintage boutiques are Bich, Vintage Inclined, and Boho Kimono.
Similar to the RealReal, Tradesy is also a luxury online thrift store offering designer goods including clothing, accessories, shoes, and even wedding dresses without sticker-shock prices.
Exploring online thrift stores is a new shopping experience for me. If you have any other recommendations, leave me a comment!