I love clothes. That’s a given. But I also love shopping sustainably, and one of the best ways to do that is by purchasing second-hand clothes. I have been shopping on ThredUp for many years now and the selection of clothing just keeps getting better and better.
I collected a variety of items from fall 2022 to winter 2023 and I have rounded up all of those purchases in one post today. I picked up a Jason Wu Collective black and white belted dress, Nicholas floral midi dress, Ann Taylor teal blouse, St. John skirt suit, Endless Rose dress, three different pairs of jeans and a Saks Fifth Avenue collection blazer. One thing I started doing recently is selecting the “New with Tags” option for jeans. So that is an option you can select when shopping on ThredUp as well.
Most of these items were purchased with the intention of wearing them during the colder months, but some items were such a great find that I bought them to save for spring/summer.
It’s really exciting being able to try higher end labels at a fraction of the original price. I mean, I got a St. John set for under $200 when it’s normally close to $2,000+ and a silk Nicholas dress that’s normally $600 for only about $78. The fabric quality is so nice on these items that they will last for even more years to come. 💕
How to save money on your purchase
Use my referral link for $10 off your 2nd purchase: https://www.thredup.com/r/BALM2A
Visit the ThredUp website and create a new account. Then, download the ThredUp app and login with your information. Now you can browse the store, select your favorites, save searches and more. After you make your first purchase, you will receive a coupon* to use on your next purchase.
*FTC: If you use my link, I will receive $10 from ThredUp for each referral and purchase. This is no additional cost to you. I have purchased from ThredUp with my own money and this link was provided to me for being a previous customer.