Our latest box full of clothing for the kids arrived last weekend, but I am just now getting around to writing about it. We love getting a ThredUp box in the door, and opening it up is so exciting because it always contains such beautiful clothes. I never even look at dresses, when I am out shopping for the kids, because the dresses I love for my little girl usually costs $30 and up, and it is rare to find any for less than $10. With ThredUp, I am able to get 8 dress for $30 before any discounts, and quite often they are in like-new condition. We have been ThredUp customers, since 2012 and I am thrilled to say that the quality of ThredUp’s clothes are just as great (if not better), as it was, when we first started shopping at ThredUp.
We’d paid $10 for this box, and as always it surpassed our expectations. The clothing were in impeccable condition, and much of it (more than we had originally believed) were new with tags. There were two uniform skirts and a uniform dress all new with tags, plus an OshKosh tank top new with tags as well.
Then there were our little girl’s winter jacket for next year, which I could not wait to see. She just need a light jacket, since we are in South Florida and only have a handful or two of colder days. The jacket was listed as a light jacket only, and it had a flaw star. I had inspected it up close with the magnifying glass feature at ThredUp, and I decided to go for it despite the flaw sign. It turned out that the flaw was a push button that had fallen up. However, since it is still attached to the other part of the push button, it is very simple to fix by hand. As an extra bonus, the “jacket” came with a dress in the same design and a pair of pair of bloomers….all for the price of $4.49! It is definitely one of my favorite pieces from ThredUp ever.
We also found a handsome button-down shirt for our oldest son in like-new condition. There were some pretty dresses, including a beautiful white and pink dress with flowers from Hartstrings that fits Bellamy Blue now, and there were also a a couple of new cardigans, as her size 12 months cardigans are getting too small and need to be passed on to a set of triplets in need.
How To Save Big At ThredUp:
- Sign up for your free $10 ThredUp bonus here
- Choose the gender and sizes you want
- Choose prices low to high in the top right hand-side and start browsing.
- Check out the new-with-tag section (in the sidebar under “condition”), and check out the women’s and junior sections as well.
- Add everything you like to your cart to reserve the item – You can always remove it from your cart during your final sorting.
- Use the magnifying-glass feature and right click on the image to do you final inspection of each item.
- Buy items such as jeans, jean shorts, rompers, school uniform pieces, dresses, skirts and jackets, which are hard to find at low prices even on clearance.
- Either buy a pair of name brand jeans or a coat for around $10, and only pay for shipping ($2.99). Or buy $50 worth of clothing, get free shipping, and only pay $40+ after the ThredUp bonus. (That’s as little as $2.86 a piece)
- Everything ships in 3 – 8 business days.
- Invite your friends and get $10 to shop for, once they make their first ThredUp purchase.
- Send in your kids’ or your own gently used clothing, and get paid via paypal or get store credit.
I do not find much for my boys at ThredUp, but that’s because I can find some great clearance deals on boys clothes. Yes, there is clearance on girl’s clothes as well, but as I mentioned earlier, not on the beautiful dresses that I love for our little girl.
Do you want to try out ThredUp? If so, get $10 to shop for, when you sign up through this ThredUp bonus link. If you sign up, you get $10 to shop for, and if you actually find something you like, we get $10 to shop for our four kids as well.
Have you shopped at ThredUp? If you have, what did you buy? Where you happy with your order?