When you’ve got something a bit special to sell, it’s vital to get it listed in the right places. If you're looking for an audience that isn't on eBay, Depop or Vinted, then you've come to the right place. Here’s a selection of alternatives where you can sell your best preloved fashion online.
Why we use eBay, Depop and Vinted
At Green Heart Collective, we sell our second hand fashion across a range of online platforms. This of course includes our website, but we also use second hand selling sites such as eBay, Depop and Vinted.
You can find lots of preloved high-street fashion on our Vinted. This is where we sell brands such as H&M, Primark, FnF, TU.
And we use eBay for items that don't quite fit in with our Depop, Vinted or on our website! You can also find lots of quality yoga gear, as well as various collectibles.
Now, feast your eyes on this list of alternative places to sell your preloved fashion!
Here’s a hassle-free option for men’s designer clothes: Marrkt is one of those platforms that do all the work for you. Fill in a form, attach some photos and you’ll get a valuation. If you’re happy, then they’ll flog it for you.
This York-based business welcomes high-quality pre-owned fashion that is well made and ready for a new life.
- Hassle free service
- Sell your high-quality items alongside other top designer gear
- You can use WhatsApp to quickly enquire about an item you wish to sell
- 37% sale price commission
- Minimum £15 commission per item sold
Humble beginnings. Born out of a university bedroom, True Vintage has gone from strength to strength since 2014. If you have something a bit special, then it’s worth seeing what True Vintage will give you for it.
Updating their store daily, there is a unique range of preloved clothes specialising in street and sportswear.
- Great place to sell rare vintage football kits, jackets, puffer coats
- No real interface for selling, just one-off forms or an email to send
Founded by Joe Metcalfe in 2017, Thrift+ is an online shopping platform for second-hand clothes which also allows people to sell their unwanted clothes online.
Thrift+ is a bit different. They do all the work for you – just send them your clobber, they’ll photograph and sell them on their website. In return, you earn ‘credits’ which you can redeem on Thrift+ OR a John Lewis Gift Card.
- Fill up a bag, send it off, forget about it – there’s less hassle involved
- Support your favourite charity by donating a percentage of the profits you make
- Buy and sell high street and designer wear
- You have to spend what you earn on Thrift+ or John Lewis
- No control on pricing
If you’ve got some top designer gear, you’ll want to check out Vestiaire Collective. It boasts over 3 million items from thousands of desirable brands.
Vestiaire Collective has been operating since 2009; the platform showcases both professional and individual sellers.
- Only genuine designer items are sold, as they have to be ‘validated’ prior to listing
- Set a price you're happy with, starting from £20
- You need to have proof that your item is genuine
- Must be a designer brand
- High selling fees
- Not paid immediately
Now, this one is for the serial second hand sellers. ASOS Marketplace plays host to a range of indie and boutique brands, selling new, vintage and retro fashion.
- Tap into ASOS’ branding and marketing to help get your shop or label noticed
- Big audience
- Monthly charge plus commission
- You have to apply
- Not for the casual reseller
We hope that this guide has helped to steer you in the right direction. If you need a little bit of persuasion why you should sell your vintage goods online, then read the story of this vintage Laura Ashley dress...