Why you should sell your pre-loved clothing and accessories
Updated: Dec 7, 2021
It’s normal for your closet to get overstuffed with clothing that isn’t your style anymore, or just doesn’t fit in the space you have. If that happens, you have options, and joining the resale market is a great one. While you organise your wardrobe, you can earn money and participate in the circular fashion economy. That’s good for you and good for the planet. Read on to find out how.
Clear out your wardrobe According to a 2018 study from Movinga, up to 73% of the clothing in a typical UK wardrobe goes unworn. If you have pieces you barely ever wear, giving them a new home can be a great way to clear out some space and make room for what you really love.
Make some money The resale market is growing at a shockingly fast rate, set to be twice the size of conventional retail by 2030.
That means there are lots of people who are interested in buying pre-loved pieces, and lots of opportunities for resellers.
Be kinder to the planet The average piece of clothing will be worn just seven times before it’s discarded. That’s a pretty short lifetime, especially if it’s well-made and intended to be worn again and again. Extending the life of something by giving it a new home keeps it in the system, and makes you a participant in the circular fashion economy. When someone buys your pre-loved piece, it’s so much better for the planet than introducing a brand new item into the system.
It’s simple with Cudoni Joining the resale market doesn’t have to be a hassle. You can move on from items in a sustainable way with a service like Cudoni. Cudoni is effortless, with a resale experience that’s unique, from the complimentary, seamless collection service to the expert authentication and transparent selling process. When you sell with Cudoni, there’s no taking your own photos, trips to the post office or negotiating with potential buyers.
Reach out to Cudoni’s Luxury VIP Client Concierge, Lucy, quoting "Homefulness" at Lucy.email@example.com or 07883758779 to get started.