5 Proven Tips To Make Money Selling Second Hand Clothes! (Cheap BIG Brands)

5 Proven Tips To Make Money Selling Second Hand Clothes! (Cheap BIG Brands)

hi everyone welcome to my channel today
we are going to talk about how you can shop and make money as well
so when win right who doesn’t love shopping as well as making money I mean
that’s just like me summed up to a tee I mean money and shopping yes please
so today I’m going to talk about how you can shop and also make money so to start
it off is you need to know number one you need to know your thrift stores this
is all on secondhand shopping number one is know your thrift stores now all
thrift stores op shops and secondhand stores have sales I know right it is
just mind-blowing to think that these places that are already dirt cheap have
sales sometimes even have clearance racks so get to know your store or your
stores that you would like to go to or you go to and find out what day’s the
sales are on you can even ask I mean that’s what I do I acts and what day the
sales are on what’s the best day to come in for sales and when do they stock up
the shelves with new stock and also some of the stores have clearance racks so
it’s all about knowing when those clearance racks come out and are updated
I’m here in New Zealand it’s Monday so the beginning of the week depending on
what store you go to will determine that I mean a lot of the stores every day
it’s updated so it’s just been concern about number two and know what it is
you’re looking for so brands in particular are key so know the brands
that are selling well that are popular um Tommy Hilfiger Levi’s you don’t
always need to go to the extreme like Gucci and Louis cuz they’re not always
available so you need to go for something that is a bit more mainstream
that is popular in New Zealand we’ve got one teaspoon katsu be Camilla and mark
Camilla those brands are really popular and really hold their value so you need
to make I’m do a bit of research go on eBay and see what things are selling for
and kind of know where your price ranges number three is half the time so it is a
carrier full-time job yeah so you need to make sure that you
have the time to go through things and let you in the mood because that is key
we all know what it’s like to go shopping and you’re not in the mood to
do it you’re just like oh I can’t be bothered
mother just wanna go and eat and then go home and that’s totally cool we all have
days like that but just make sure that you’ve got the time to actually sift
through things and have a good look because you want to make sure that
you’re going through each Rack will not eat gosh some of these stores a huge and
but like specialize in a specific area is key so make sure you know it as
you’re looking for maybe one day you might go in there go okay I’m gonna look
for denim and these are the brands I’m going to keep an eye out for and then
you can sift through the racks pull out what you find obviously make sure that
they’re at a reasonable price so you can actually make a good return on them when
you do sell them so number four is be consistent now like I said in the
previous one was op shops thrift stores are always updating their wax and
they’ll always have clearances on specific days so make sure that you’re
going in there on days that you know will work for you being consistent is
key because obviously the brands that you’re going to be looking for are very
likely in the brands that other people are going to be looking for for
themselves so you want to make sure that you are in there and on top and on the
ball so you can pick up those items when they come available and number five is
have fun have fun doing it don’t just look for things that you can sell look
for things that you want as well so that’s what I do I’ll go shopping and I
will find things that I love and I like this so as you would have seen in my
last video I actually picked this up from the thrift store for like $30 these
retail for 350 dollars so I look at it like I love this I’m gonna keep it but
if I don’t love it anymore I know I can sell it and probably make
more money than what I bought it for which I’ve actually done that with quite
a lot of my items so I kind of like I’ll buy things I’ll wear them I love them
and then once I’ve kind of fallen out of love with a moister wear them as much or
get as much use from them I will then resell them so once you’ve
got these top fives altogether you can start selling so I use a variety of
platforms to sell my secondhand clothing and eBay
in New Zealand we’ve got trade me and design a wardrobe which I love designer
wardrobe specializes in specific in designer brands obvious obviously that’s
such a huge variety of items that you can sell
but I mean I’ve I make I can double my money more I do
double my money actually most times and what happens is that is a filter that
map right around and it actually just pays for the things that I keep so I end
up going out and having a great day shopping tick love a good shop and I
find things that I can sell chuck them online I sell them I actually make money
which will then either cover the cost of the things that I’ve kept or gives me
more money to do more shopping which I think it’s like a total win-win I know
if you guys like me I love shopping love it I mean I could do it like full-time I
mean it’s just what I do it’s what I love love fashion I love accessories I
love all that kind of stuff so if I can pick things up at a really good price
then that means the things that I’ve made can’t like I can’t find at
secondhand stores I can buy them because I’ve made money from things that I have
sold at secondhand stores and it’s something I love to do and as you saw
jump on my other video if you haven’t seen it and it shows you what I picked
up and that was just in one day that was in one day and maybe spent maybe like
three hours going around for different four or five different options on K Road
in Auckland and that’s what I found in one day so I will be making sure to
upload to you guys what it is I find and I’ll also update you on what it is I
sell these items for the profit I make and teach you guys how to do it as well
because at the end of the day who doesn’t love shopping and if you can
find things for yourself and you can also find things to sell and fund the
habit which is what I do why not it’s just Oh anyways guys thank you so
much for watching my video if you have any questions at all just chuck them
down in the comments also I would absolutely love to see you guys on board
please subscribe and flip give me a like if you’ve got the time it would be so
wonderful I’ll be uploading more videos like this on how to shop and make money
along with the things that I do find I also will be doing some unboxing and
reviews of my of other items I do like to do a little bit
of a splurge every now and again look at it like if I’m saving all this money
buying my clothes and I deserve to treat myself every now and again and I will be
uploading all those videos as well anyways guys I hope you have a great day
or night or whatever it is where you guys are but yeah like I said please
subscribe hit Mia like any questions that all give me a comment I’ll get back
to you as soon as possible and and thanks for viewing my video

37 thoughts on “5 Proven Tips To Make Money Selling Second Hand Clothes! (Cheap BIG Brands)

  1. $350 for $30! Wow! I feel the same way, make sure you get a good deal so when you turn around to sell you can still make a profit!

  2. Hey. Awesome video! I literally started this myself last week over here in the UK. Four days ago, I put 8 items I brought on ebay. About an hour ago I literally just sold my last item.. I'm hooked!

  3. Love you….can I have your email so we can talk more in depth ..I'm in west Africa and trying to better ma life buy reselling like you

  4. You are brilliant and beautiful! Thank you so much for sharing this great content; I've subscribed. I'm totally excited to flip fashion and have it actually pay for my own clothes! This is awesome! 😍😍😍 Much love from Austin,Texas.

  5. Kia Ora Aleisha…woow cool video…I have a 15 yr old daughter who is so into thrift shopping she actually saves her lunch money and sometimes pops into a local Thrift shop and comes home with cloths…which has become a huge problem…as she now has boxes and clean sacks of cloths she no longer wears!! Shes quiet knowledgeable on brands but she herself only focuses on Vans. Anyways after all that…my question…what would be the best way for her to sell her cloths, online or at the Flea Market/Night Markets…I'm not too keen on having strangers turning up to collect things…like as some of her cloths aren't Brands is Shipping a viable option and how does that work…cheers for sharing.

  6. Hi. I am new here. Just wanted to say you’re so genuine and cute! New sub from me:) Happy shopping❤️

  7. Hey there! Thank you for the great insights. I am here in the US but my fiancé is a kiwi 😉 On my last visit I had some success in bringing thrift items from the US to Wellington to the resell shops there. I would like to know if you have any tips as far as brands or trends from the states that are popular in NZ. Thanks <3 (I will be back there in December)

  8. thanks for the vlog! but you don´t say where and how to sell clothes online… My mother is a shopaholic and I'm thinking about selling the stuff she doesn´t want anymore to fund my travels, so EBAY is the best bet? I´m based in Spain!

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  10. I thought about doing this about a year ago but felt like poshmark was the only way to go. I found some YouTubers who made good money,but their inventory took up a lot of room,if not an entire room. How do you minimize clutter from slow sellers?

  11. I want to start my own e-commerce site reselling luxury designer goods. Do you think that is a good idea. I come across lots of good items that I think can be resold. I want to make a living doing this.

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