When you no longer need your maternity clothes, why not make extra money! Of course, one option is to pass the clothes along to friends or family members who are expecting. You can also find local relevant charities who might need them or donate them to thrift shops. Or you could even sell the clothes at local consignment stores.
But these websites/places are also perfect for selling your maternity clothes, in order to make extra cash!
At Tradesy, you can list new or gently used clothes within seconds. It is free to post and then if you sell, Tradesy takes 9%, and you keep the rest and can get the cash by Paypal or to shop on their site.
2. Kid To Kid
Kid to Kid has locations throughout the country where you can bring in your kids’ outgrown items and your outgrown maternity wear and then you get paid immediately!
ThredUp is super easy to do. You request they send you a bag for the clothes. You put your clothes in the bag when it arrives and send it along. You then wait to find out from them how much money they can offer you and collect your cash! You can choose to have your clothes they don’t want sent back to you or you can have them donate them.
An obvious option is ebay! An easy way to do it would be to sell a “lot” of items and group together clothes in similar sizes or styles for expecting moms to bid on. For instance, if you have a few pairs of gently worn maternity jeans you can sell a lot of pants for one price. Rather then selling each and every item individually which can be time consuming to write descriptions and take pics.
Bellies to Babies was created to provide inexpensive, yet stylish clothes for the mama to be. They also pay on the spot for your previously loved maternity clothing.
A website designed especially for expectant mamas to buy gently used maternity clothes.
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What did we miss? What did you do with your old maternity clothes?
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