I Posh, Therefore I Am.

Why do I Posh? I started as a buyer. I was on a mission having followed a really cool blogger, who wore a pair of Vince “Bogart” flats all over Europe. She raved so much, I HAD to find myself a pair. That was my first experience on Poshmark. After my third purchase (a pair of Golden Goose sneakers), I realized I too could sell on Posh. Buying and selling on Posh helped me solve two big issues. My love of shopping and my love of sales, which gives me money to shop. It’s the Circle of Life!

I began to get involved and follow other Poshers on social media. I started to have fun waiting to see how fast an item could sell. My original pictures were darkish and I made a lot of mistakes. As I followed other Poshers, I asked for advice, copied their ideas and hoped for the best. I began to build up more of a following and made it my mission to become an Ambassador.

Honestly, I sell in order to buy. Poshmark has helped me let go of some “hot ticket” items, which have literally been collecting dust and buy something that’s new to me. I was dying for a Louis Vuitton, Neverfull. I sold one Louis and able to buy my Neverfull. Now, I can buy and enjoy a bag as long as I want to. I can then turn around and sell it back. How amazing is that?

My favorite deal was my Alex and Ani NYC Token Bracelet. I’d been searching for this childhood relic; a reminder of riding the subway as a kid in New York, (when the subway was only .50), for ages. I snapped this up on a two for twenty sale and I am thrilled to this day. It’s the little things in life, which are significant and this stackable bracelet just makes me smile.

I suggest you give Poshmark a whirl. Closet clean out is a way to earn money on items you may not want or need anymore. You may be sitting on a highly coveted item, but you won’t know it until you set up an account and start selling.

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