I first discovered thredUP a few years ago and since that time it became one of those websites I checked regularly to see what was available. It’s kind of exciting to click through and see what new arrivals they have! The prices are just so good it’s hard to pass up when you find something you are looking for, or frankly even something you may not know you were looking for! thredUP is the largest online consignment and thrift store where you can find items for up to 90% off retail.
This is especially perfect for me right now because I can find items that are from brands I know and trust, and that I feel comfortable in with my postpartum body. There are also a lot of great maternity options on thredUP as well. Basically, they have something for just about everyone.
There are over 35 thousand brands on thredUP, and if I’m totally honest I didn’t’ even know that many brands existed in the world. Imagine a mall with 35,000 stores, but each of those stores has their items available in great condition for a fraction of the price. I’d totally shop at that mall. And if consignment or thrift stores make you twitchy (I always picture disorganized warehouses that could take hours to go through), don’t write off thredUP without looking first. You can search by brand, like Vince, Kate Spade or GAP, or simply an item description. There is a designer section as well if you’d like to narrow your search to a particular range of items.
I recently found a bunch of great items, mixing in casual pieces with more dressy options, and my grand total cost roughly the same as one originally priced top from the order. Yes, the pink top by Rebecca Taylor was originally $225.00 and my entire order from thredUp was right at about $300.00.
I recently picked up a few items summer for myself, and a few things for Emily too! Emily’s Ralph Lauren navy blue dress was originally $55.00 but I bought it at $13.99. I think she’s pretty pleased with it!
I found a few tops from some of my favorite brands, like Vince and Joie, that I absolutely love.
This cold shoulder top by Velvet by Graham and Spencer was only $25.99, but the estimated retail price was $89.99! It was BRAND new with the tags still attached and is probably my favorite item from my order!
I also found a Joie blouse that I love and really think could work all year long. I love Joie clothing but sometimes their prices are seriously steep, so finding this blouse for only $29.99 when retail was $158.00 on thredUP was a huge win.
I added a few nursing friendly dresses to my wardrobe this spring and needed a layering option for chillier evenings. I found a striped button up as well as a chambray button up that can both be worn over my dresses, or even just a tank top, as an outer layer. The chambray top I’m wearing in the photo was only $13.99, down from it’s originally estimated price of $40.00!
If you want to give thredUP a try, they are offering the first 100 Small Things readers an extra 25% off their first order! Click here to start shopping and enter the code SMALLTHINGS at checkout (Applies to new US customers only, items priced under $150, excludes Goody Box orders).
This post was sponsored by ThredUP.