Poshmark is the leading marketplace to buy and sell fashion.
***Shop over 9,000 brands in every size—including plus size, petites, and juniors—and score deals up to 70% off retail
***Sell and make money from home. List your items for free!
Shop. Sell. Style. Party.
Whatever you’re shopping for, Poshmark’s got it—for much less than discount clothing retailers and outlets like Nordstrom Rack and TJ Maxx. With $175 million worth of new and gently used merchandise added to the marketplace every week, you will find amazing deals and discounts on fashion and beauty from the hottest brands like Louis Vuitton, Michael Kors, MAC Cosmetics, Nike, Brandy Melville and more!
SELL: CONSIGN YOUR CLOSET FROM HOME
Do you have items in your closet that didn’t work out? Maybe a luxury handbag, statement shoes, or even your old wedding dress you wore once and won’t ever wear again? Poshmark is the #1 online consignment solution for anyone to sell their used clothes and make money for the new things they’re coveting, providing an alternative to Goodwill and other consignment stores like Buffalo Exchange. Over 60 million women and men across the United States and Canada are on Poshmark—join them today!
Need ideas for what to wear to your next date or that upcoming wedding? Do you hate getting dressed in the morning? Poshmark has millions of outfit ideas for you. Shop the personal style and closets of other Poshers today, or request to be styled by your favorite Stylist!
Party on the go, no matter where you’re at! Join the thousands of women and men who come together three times a day, seven days a week to participate in our themed virtual Posh Parties, featuring everything from loungewear to luxury. Create new listings, share and shop together! Have Tory Burch, Forever 21, or Zara on the brain? There’s a party for you.
WHAT PEOPLE ARE SAYING
“Poshmark is a great online resale platform.” —Vogue
“The social marketplace is great for hunting down a cult-loved item that's otherwise sold out everywhere as well as finding deals on popular brands like Lululemon, Free People, and Anthropologie.” —Popsugar
“Poshmark is a brilliant way to sell and buy clothing. This side hustle app (or for some people, their full-time job!) allows you to take a photo of something in your closet and upload it to your account in less than 60 seconds, all from your phone.” —Parade
“The marketplace that’s so posh that celebrities use it—especially to raise money for good causes, like DJ Khaled, Serena Williams, Katherine Heigl and Rachael Ray” —Buzzfeed
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My 1st year on Poshmark
I started selling on Poshmark in January of ‘19 to sell a pair of expensive shoes that I just couldn’t wear and was hoping to recoup some of my investment. I’ve always just given my clothes away or donated them but my husband saw an ad for PM and said I should give it a try. I was so impressed and relieved to discover how easy it was to create a page, list an item and sell it! I sold my shoes within a week and decided to list a few more things. Well a few things soon evolved into a few hundred then several hundred and I realized I was running a small business. My first year as a part time seller was very successful and I decided if I could work a little harder this could be a full time business. Unfortunately this past December I was hit with a cancer diagnosis and am now going through a treatment process of getting myself well. But the great news is that I am still able to continue with my Poshmark business, although part time, because it’s so easy to do! I may have had a slight set back but my closet is still going strong and I am loving it. My goal is to get well then eventually be a full time seller & business owner. My husband even wants to get involved. He could be my first employee 😉. Thanks so much Poshmark with providing an excellent selling platform! I’m loving it💖
All the best & Posh On!
Great selling & buying platform
I’ve been a seller & buyer on Poshmark for about 2 years now. I’ve made many sales. It’s not my main source of income but I make lots of extra spending money! There are definitely some bad sellers out there as well as scamming buyers, but the ratio of good to bad is slim. Before purchasing, I always check for Love Notes (reviews), what their ship time avg is, and if they’ve been active recently. I’ve had nothing but good purchases from Doing so! Also if something ever goes wrong as far as not getting the right item or item is damaged, you can always open a case and return and/or get a refund. The one thing that ticks me off about posh is the amount of junk & replicas being sold when they are clearly either not allowed or illegal! And we as sellers/buyers are the ones who basically have to get them removed. I wish posh had more security and was able to instantly remove listings that are unallowed. This is a clothing/accessory/shoes/new, not swatched makeup platform ONLY. I wish they would do more to keep it so! Its also really frustrating when I’m trying to find something from a certain brand and there are so many items from a different brand mistagged for “exposure”. I could report them all, but that would take months! There are so many unallowed listings and rules being broken and they need to do something about it besides having us sort through them in our own time at no cost.
Developer Response ,
Hi there—Thanks for your feedback. Please note that the sale of counterfeit items is forbidden on Poshmark and our team is working hard to remove any/all counterfeit items from our marketplace. If you have any further questions about our policy on the matter, do not hesitate to email firstname.lastname@example.org. Thanks!
Better for buyers
I buy and sell, and it’s def better for buyers than sellers. You can make offers and communicate easily with sellers. There are some great deals to be had. Just make sure you ask all your questions and request pics until you’re confident you want to buy since there are no returns (except when something has been blatantly misrepresented).
Selling, on the other hand, has downsides that are the flip side of the same coin. People make ridiculous lowball offers. For example, say I’ve used a $200 handbag just a few times but then for whatever reason need some cash. I list for $100 which is a fair price and very good deal (keeping in mind I won’t be getting the full $100 anyway), and someone comes in offering $40. It’s just insulting and a waste of my time and I don’t even want to bother negotiating. This obv isn’t the app, but worth mentioning because it’s part of the overall Poshmark experience. I’d say the vast majority of buyers behave like this. Out of every 25 transactions, probably only 1 is a straight up purchase at listed price. Plus, you have to put a LOT of work into keeping your items visible and be super active on the app.
But the worst part about selling is the 20% fee. I’ve ended up making $2 on an item before. The best part about selling is how the shipping label is just emailed to you so you can just pop the item into the drop box. Honestly not sure I would do this over again - I’d look into other apps for sure.
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