It can be expensive to build a high-quality professional wardrobe – but it doesn’t have to be. You can put together a pretty amazing set of work clothes at affordable prices – or just have fun buying new clothes for fall – if you know about thredUP.
thredUP is the largest online consignment and thrift store – full of clothes in really high-quality condition, some even with the tags still on. And the discounts there are INSANE — you can buy on-trend, like-new fashion from top name brands and designers for up to 90% off estimated retail, which is an incredible savings.
You can search by your favorite brands (like Anthropologie, Ann Taylor, J.Crew, Banana Republic, DKNY, Cole Haan, Theory, and more) and filter by size, color, price, and style to easily find what you’re looking for. Instead of digging through racks, thredUP gives you the convenience of shopping online with the insane deals of thrifting.
If you’re hesitant about consignment shopping, know that thredUP triple-inspects each item by hand to ensure all clothes are like new. I also love that they offer easy returns and free shipping on qualified orders. (Plus, buying secondhand is good for the planet!)
In my most recent order, I got pants from Theory ($22 marked down from estimated retail of $275), a blouse from Anthropologie, a dress from Banana Republic, tops from Trina Turk and Splendid, pants from Marc by Marc Jacobs, and much more. In total, I got 10 items for $200.90, saving over $1,270 off estimated retail price.
If you want to check out thredUP yourself, they are offering you up to 50% off your first order, on top of their already low prices. Click here to shop and use code MANAGER at checkout.(Applies to new U.S. and Canadian customers only, select items under $150. Expires 8/31/19. See site for full terms.)
Disclosure: This post is sponsored by thredUP. All thoughts and opinions are my own.
fall is coming! here’s how to find affordable professional clothes was originally published by Alison Green on Ask a Manager.
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