It’s ✨Seller Week✨ here at Curtsy! This week, we are celebrating YOU, our wonderful community and celebrating how our amazing empowered gals are using Curtsy. Whether you’ve never sold before or have sold hundreds and thousands of items, we’re listing tips in the app & on our Instagram for some inspo. Stay tuned! But while you’re here, meet some of our amazing sellers:
💸 My Curtsy earnings: Over $15K! 💖 What I love about the Curtsy community: that everyone is so friendly & has a love for sustainable shopping just like me. My favorite thing about selling on Curtsy is I get to make relationships with people all around the country, which is something I never thought I would be able to do. 🔥 Pro tips: I’ve had the most success selling items that are NWT (New With Tags) as well as trendy brands and clothing.
PS. The Cardigan in my pic was a vintage find on Cursty! 🙌
💸 My Curtsy earnings: Over $1,600! 💖 What I love about the Curtsy community: I love connecting with members of the Curtsy community! Curtsy makes it so easy to meet other sellers and buyers by allowing an Instagram tab on your profile. Curtsy also has a super fun following on their Instagram, so you can connect with other girls who have similar styles as you, which also simplifies the buying/selling process! 🔥 Pro tips: I’ve had really great success selling purses I no longer wear, as well as my old prom dresses!
PS. I sold this cute set I’m wearing in my pic on Curtsy for $30!
💸 My Curtsy earnings: Over $2K! 💖 What I love about Curtsy: it’s so easy to buy and sell. You can modify filters and settings so that all clothes that pop up ate your style. Can be good or bad for my bank account! 🔥 Pro tips: I have the most success selling things don’t go out of style such as sweatpants, sweatshirts, or anything name brand.
💸 My Curtsy earnings: about $2,000 💖 What I love about Curtsy: So easy to navigate compared to other platforms. Customer service is always helpful & quick to respond. Items are purchased quickly on the app since there’s people actively looking to buy. 🔥 Pro tips: Sweaters, sweatpants, & athletic clothes have been selling well
💸 My Curtsy earnings: roughly $1,800 💖 What I love about Curtsy: the low seller fees & ease of shipment process. My favorite thing about the community is the already close-knit bond between the social media team and us stylists — it truly is a strong community of like-minded people! 🔥 Pro tips: I’ve sold a ton of Urban Outfitters and Free People, which I’ve been able to take my earnings and “trade” them in for new pieces for myself! My style is ever evolving, so it’s refreshing to see my old pieces being sold to a new home in exchange for new pieces!
💸 My Curtsy earnings: roughly $1,100 💖 What I love about Curtsy: how user friendly it is. It is laid out in the best way possible to maximize both selling and buying. Even when I did have questions at first when I started out Curtsy support was always there to help 🔥 Pro tips: Popular brands such as Zara, Princess Polly, Urban Outfitters, etc.
PS. I was obsessed with this Sunday Muse set I got off Curtsy! I even wore it to my 21st birthday trip to Nashville.
💸 My Curtsy earnings: about $1,300 💖 What I love about Curtsy: First off, it’s so easy to do. I love taking pictures of my items and I like to have a variety of pictures. I think about what picture I would want to see if I was buying it. I also love that it suggests a price based on the item. I love the Curtsy community, all the girls on their are so nice and helpful!! 🔥 Pro tips: Popular brands such as Zara, Princess Polly, Urban Outfitters, etc.
So the Summer is the time to have fun in the sun BUT there is a way to do it in style! There are three Summer aesthetics that have been trending lately 📈 so we have all the details on how to dress like the Coconut Girl, Maximalist, and Cottagecorebabes this Summer! A lot of it you probably already have in your closet and the rest you can definitely find secondhand through the Curtsy App! We want the Curtsy Gals looking trendy this Summer so let’s get started!
🐚 Coconut Girl The Coconut Girl is what we all THOUGHT we were dressing like when we wore brands like Billabong, Hollister and Pacsun in Middle school. She is a trendy, beachy, y2k/90s babe in Summer 2021! Some staples of the Coconut Girl include hibiscus print, crochet clothing, shells, beads, chunky jewelry, low rise mini skirts and baby tees, and of course – bucket hats and hair scarves!
💥 Maximalist The Maximalist is someone who LOVES to stand out with bold prints and use fashion in showstopping ways. There has been such a push towards minimalism in fashion, interior design and style the last few years that it is not surprising that the opposite is making a statement. Some ways to find pieces in the Maximalism style world would be to mix patterns, geometric shapes, add bright colors, funky jewelry and avant garde clothing to your closet this season!
👒 Cottagecore Cottagecore style started to rise in popularity last year when the world was significantly slowing down. People began spending time baking bread, spending more time in the gardens and going on nature walks to escape the reality of the state of the world. Cottagecore aesthetic is returning to simpler times – baking, making candles, wearing billowy sleeves, peasant tops and super feminine dresses. Floral patterns, gingham, muted and pastel tones, hats, scarves and appreciating the world around you is the perfect way to get in touch with your cottagecore self!
▶️ Watch: How to shop for Coconut Girl, Maximalist, and CottageCore on Curtsy!