Clear Out is a convenient way to sell more than 3 items quickly. You only make one listing for all your items that sell via auction to members of our Wholesale program.
For when you have little time, but a lot to sell
Selling clothes online should be simple. After months of research, we learned that the number one reason people don’t sell their clothes is because it takes too much time. Especially when they have a lot to sell. That’s why we’re launching Clear Out, a simpler way to sell.
While listing one item at a time is still the best way to maximize your earnings on each item, Clear Out is the best way to sell a lot of clothes, with a fraction of the work.
How Does Clear Out Work?
To get started just tap ‘sell’ at the bottom of your app and select the new Clear Out option.
Compared with normal, single item listings that are live on the app until they sell, Clear Out listings have 3 or more items and sell via auction over 7 days to members of our Wholesale Program.
At the end of the week, you’ll ship out all your items in one bag to the highest bidder. We’ll even mail you the bag and the prepaid shipping label to use. It’s that simple.
We’re so excited to share this feature with you. If you’d like more info, watch our video or send us a message in the app. If you’re interested in learning more the Wholesale program, send us a message.
We know Clear Out may not be perfect from day one, so we’d love to hear from you on how we can continue to improve it ([email protected]).
Cleaning out your closet doesn’t have to be confusing or stressful! Like looking through old photos or meeting up with a past friend, a closet clean-out can be a chance to reflect on how you’ve changed and where you’re headed. By taking the time to ask yourself four simple questions, you can be one step closer to having a thrifted wardrobe that changes with your lifestyle ♻️.
1. How does this fit me?
Try to dig a little deeper beyond how the piece fits your body – when you wear it, do you feel comfortable and confident? Try on some clothes in the mirror, turn on your favorite music, and take note of how the color, texture, and movement of the piece makes you feel. If you’re sure you’d want to resell a piece on Curtsy, you can use this time to start creating content for Try-On videos! Create a yes, no, and maybe pile, and remember that they aren’t set in stone. Pieces can be moved around as you keep asking yourself these questions.
2. How does this fit my lifestyle?
What do you spend a majority of your time doing for work, me-time, and social time? If you work from home, you’ll need comfy yet professional basics. To make getting out of the house on weekends that much more exciting, you might want some extra glam dresses (Revolve dresses are my go-to 💛). If you’re on a sports team at school, maybe you could use some North Face pieces that keep you cozy on walks to class and activewear that fits just right.
3. Can I give this more life or am I ready to let go?
Sometimes you’ll come across pieces you’ve had for so long you can’t imagine letting them go, like a leather jacket that’s been with you through years of ups and downs. Think about the care the item requires and if you have the time/energy to fix any damage. If it’ll just be taking up space after many closet cleanouts, it could feel refreshing to resell that pre-loved item to someone new! Even better if the category or brand is trending on Curtsy and could sell super quickly 🤑!
4. How can I expand on styles outside of my comfort zone?
The best part about a closet clean-out is that it helps your closet evolve with you 🌱. Are there any pieces that stuck out to you that you’ve been nervous to wear, but want to try, like vintage sweaters? Or a piece you thought was your aesthetic but no longer feels right (that might even still have the tags on 🏷️)? Reselling is the perfect way to explore looks outside of your comfort zone while knowing you’re sustainably switching pieces in and out.
Ready to clear out the old and bring in the (like)-new? We can’t wait to see your listings!
You know the old saying…ship happens! You’ve just sold something on Curtsy and now the only thing standing between you and scoring extra cash in your Curtsy Wallet is shipping. We’re here to show you that shipping is easy. Straight from our customer support team to you – here’s tips to becoming a shipping queen! With this shipping guide you’ll ship easy and have buyers (and USPS) coming back for more!
The 1-2-3-4 of Shipping
Print out the shipping label we email to you or request a label to be mailed to you
Pack your item in any small box or envelope, or use our Shipping Kit
Give your package to USPS, schedule a pickup, or drop it in a USPS bin
Be sure to mark your sale as “Shipped” in the app and you get paid once it ships!
Print your label: Regular size 8 1/2 paper or label sticker works just fine!
Use the link from Curtsy to print so the label is clear (not a photo of a photo).
No printer? No problem! When creating your pre-paid label, tap “request label via mail”. We’ll mail your label the next business day, and you’ll receive it within 5-7 business days! Request a label soon after you sell to avoid delays.
You can also find a printer near you at a print shop, school, friend’s house or public library.
Packaging Tips: Wrap it up
Pack up your item, anysmall box or envelope will do!
Order our Shipping Kit: Don’t worry about finding a box! Buy a shipping kit and we’ll send you mailers to have for your next sale.
Sustainable packaging: Reuse a box or envelope (Yes, even an Amazon box). Remember to remove or cover old labels and tape.
💡Pro tip: In a pinch? Flip a previously used mailer inside out. What’s old is new again!
Tape on your label, but DON’T tape over the barcode (it’s harder for USPS to scan over tape).
Use tissue paper and padding on fragile items like sunglasses and jewelry, and to keep your items from moving around in the box.
Keep it clean: Make sure items are dirt free and match your listing.
Take photos of your item before and after packaging for your own records.
Personalization Tips: Be a little extra
Add in a thoughtful thank you note, sticker, or extra gift with your package as a fun surprise for the buyer.
Draw doodles on the package for a nice touch.
Drop off Tips: Options to Ship it!
Let USPS come to you: You can schedule a pickup with USPS using this link, and USPS will come to you!
Drop off at the post office: Leave your package with a clerk inside USPS, and be sure to get a receipt for your records!
Use a blue USPS drop box: Drop your package in any USPS dropbox near you! (This option can sometimes come with increased delays, so try the options above first if you can! Be sure to snap a quick pic of the info on the drop box too!)
As part of our SELL-ebration 🎉 we’re shining a spotlight on sellers living their best life on Curtsy. Scroll for tips on selling clothes on Curtsy from sellers just like you.
Tell me a little about yourself! I graduated from the University of Oklahoma with my degree in Health & Exercise Science. I am a Medical Sales Rep & I have my Personal Training certification. I love traveling, staying active, & experiencing new things. I am currently training to run my first half marathon.
What do you love about the Curtsy Community? I love that the Curtsy Community empowers women through sustainable fashion. Curtsy allows women to have a platform where they feel comfortable to buy & sell their items.
Is there anything in particular you are using/saving up your Curtsy Earnings for? Traveling & new adventures!
What is your top seller tip? Take detailed pictures that highlight the features of the item you’re trying to sell & make sure you have clear & concise descriptions. Don’t forget to engage in active communication with buyers & be willing to negotiate. This way you can clear out your closet & free up your finances for what you’re really wanting!
Tell me a little about yourself! Hello, my name is Andria! I am an Adventure Seeker & Conscious Thrifter. I love being outdoors just as much as I love a good vintage Jean jacket or flowy maxi dress 🤗 I discovered Curtsy on IG and immediately was drawn to the simplicity & quality of their app! I already actively sold clothing to my local thrift stores and thought this was a great way to offer my previously loved pieces to more used clothes enthusiasts! So far it’s been a great experience!
What do you love about the Curtsy Community? I love being apart of this community of badass, conscious women, with wicked fashion taste 😝 I highly recommend joining and having fun discovering all the fun ways you can style and list your items!
Is there anything in particular you are using/saving up your Curtsy Earnings for? I’m looking to become more of a minimalist and hope to stock my clothes with only things I love. I’ve been eying and adding many things to my “liked” list which I plan to use some of my Curtsy earnings on!
What is your top seller tip? I personally enjoy using a lot of natural light if I can for close up shots of my items, and also use a photo app called Pixelcut to edit my images. Hope my tips help your reselling journey!
Tell me a little about yourself! Hi everyone! My name is Katie and I’m a communications major studying at James Madison University. A fun fact about me is I love dogs, so much so I got a job working at a dog daycare.
What do you love about the Curtsy Community? I love online shopping, and Curtsy makes that easy and affordable! I first heard about Curtsy from a friend at college and since then I’ve bought and sold so many clothes. One of my favorite features about Curtsy is the ability to control your prices on clothes you sell, and making offers to sellers on their clothes.
Is there anything in particular you are using/saving up your Curtsy Earnings for? I’ve made a couple hundred dollars selling my clothes and it’s gone to buying from Curtsy and paying for some school items.
What is your top seller tip? A seller tip I would suggest is to be communicative with potential buyers. Good communication will increase the likelihood of the item being bought and the buyer coming back for more items!
Who says you have to save your big closet clean out until Spring? The sun is officially setting later each day, so it’s the perfect time to take advantage of the burst of energy that comes with a bit of extra daylight! ✨
I have three easy steps you can follow to clean out your closet for this Winter season AND help you play your part in circular fashion* for years to come (*a sustainable approach to fashion where clothes are reused and recycled in endless amounts of ways, instead of throwing them away). ♻️
🔎 Figure out what’s already working
Imagine your closet as a place you can emerge from each day with a layer of armor that helps you take on the world 💪. I know that might seem impossible with a prom dress stuffed in the corner, or an old winter coat blocking the flared corduroy pants you just bought – but that’s all background noise for now! Time to take a deep breath and figure out what does work first.
First, ask yourself how you want to look and feel this season, and set aside the basics and classics that’ll fulfill that vision 👁️🗨️. Now comes the fun part – what are some unique gems buried in your closet that will show the world your outfits are made for you and no one else? Set these aside too! (Need some help? Make a 2022 vision board).
The answers might come right away – but if they don’t, you can always keep mental notes over a week or two on the pieces you are drawn to/wear the most, and set those aside in your closet 💭
💚 Make your space sustainable
If anything is constant, it’s change, but creating a space where you can cycle through changes and evolve will help you stay grounded for the long run. To keep the closet clean out momentum going throughout the year (and the year after that 🤩), try setting aside an area for all things resell. This could be a section of your closet, a corner of a room, or even an attic space, where you go to decide what you want to donate, resell, and buy for yourself. You can set up some warm lighting, a full-length mirror to try out different looks (and model items to list on Curtsy! 📸), and a cozy chair or floor pillow to pack up your sales and browse for those hidden gems (bonus points if you call this your Curtsy Corner 😉).
💎 Thrift Your Dream Closet
At this point, you probably can’t wait to level up your winter wardrobe with key pieces – like the perfect pair of platform Converse to go with your distressed dad jeans. But after taking inventory of what works, note what’s desperately needed. Maybe you’re way more comfortable in oversized denim this year instead of bombers.
Made it a goal to work out more? Why not treat yourself to Lululemon leggings in your favorite color? Or maybe you’ve picked up painting again and want a cute patterned bandana to keep your hair out of your eyes while you focus. Whichever items you end up thrifting, they’ll mean a lot to the person you’re working hard each day to become 🎇
By cleaning out the old and creating a closet space you want to keep going back to, you’ll turn sustainable fashion into a practice for life 🌍💙
The Curtsy community is nothing without our sellers. As part of our SELL-ebration 🎉 we’re shining a spotlight on sellers living their best life on Curtsy and how they sell clothes online.
We love creating a space for you to just do you – whether that’s raking in high earnings as a pro seller or refreshing your closet by selling gently used quality clothes. Read on to meet a few Curtsy Babes, how much they’ve earned, tips on selling on the app, and peek into their Curtsy closets!
Tell us a little about yourself! I currently live in Phoenix, Arizona where I love being outside!! Hiking and running are my favorite activities! Another of my fav hobbies is thrifting and finding hidden gems all around me! A lot of my closet is filled with pieces I find from all over!
What do you love about the Curtsy Community? I love how the Curtsy community is filled with genuine people who are looking for a good deal! Everyone has a unique style that is brought together in one app! I also love how the founders and Curtsy team are so easy and helpful to work with! They always help solve problems in a matter of minutes!
Is there anything in particular you are using/saving up your Curtsy Earnings for? I guess I’m not really saving for anything! I just love using this app for fun money!!
What is your top seller tip? My top seller tip is to be consistent & active! I try to list or promote my page everyday!! I also like to interact with the potential buyers and answer any questions they may have!! Finally, getting good quality photos is a must!!
Tell us a little about yourself! I’m 19 and currently a sophomore in college!! Been selling on Curtsy for almost a year now and I love it!
What do you love about the Curtsy Community? What I love about the Curtsy Community is that it’s unique and different from other selling brands. It makes selling so easy and convenient.
Is there anything in particular you are using/saving up your Curtsy Earnings for? I just use my earnings for Starbucks (my new obsession) and any activities I do with my friends!
What is your top seller tip? My top seller tip is to sell using free shipping since it’s more likely to sell faster that way and to always promote the clothes so the likers can see them more often or get discounts!
Tell us a little about yourself! My name is Haley but my besties call me hay hay! I’m a curly-haired, free-spirited lover of fashion, photos, and anything bright and colorful!
What do you love about the Curtsy Community? I love that curtsy is so easy to browse through whether I’m looking for a certain brand, size and fit, or a trending style. Curtsy 100% helped me find my own fashion sense and it feels guilt free because it was pre-loved! I already loved thrifting before, but curtsy has such a curated inventory of hot-finds that it’s a no brainer for me!
Is there anything in particular you are using/saving up your Curtsy Earnings for? I obviously like buying clothes haha but I actually started a few years ago on curtsy selling and I’ve made over $1000 off my closet! I’m currently saving up my earnings for a trip I’m taking this spring to the Dominican Republic!
What is your top seller tip? I would recommend to anyone wanting to sell on curtsy to be as descriptive and transparent in your listings as you can! I’ve found that buyers need to be able to picture owning your item! Be personable!
Tell us a little about yourself! My name is Lauren, I’m 22, and I live in San Diego, California! I’m originally from North Carolina but moved here for the remainder of my fiancé’s military career. I love coffee, fashion, & shopping sustainably. My goals are to get my degree in early childhood education and become a preschool teacher!
What do you love about the Curtsy Community? My favorite thing about curtsy is the sense of community! I’ve met the kindest people here and even made great friends. I also love how easy and convenient it is to sell & make extra $$$!!! It is the PERFECT side hustle and I’ve made close to six grand (!!!) in earnings! curtsy is also great for when you want a guilt free, inexpensive, online shopping experience. I always find name brand items at a fraction of the cost!
Is there anything in particular you are using/saving up your Curtsy Earnings for? I use my earnings to help pay for my bills, groceries, or when I want to treat myself! ✨
What is your top seller tip? My biggest tip for sales is lighting & angles!!! good photos = more sales! the more pictures the better!!! I always like to take my pictures against a wall or a white blanket for a clean and simple background. and make sure to leave a detailed description about the condition, size/fit, and material!
Tell us a little about yourself! I am a senior program manager living in The Queen City with my boyfriend and puppies, Astra and Cooper. In my free time, I enjoy shopping (shocker), trying new restaurants around the city, and reading different crime novels.
What do you love about the Curtsy Community? I like the targeted audience of Curtsy compared to other re-seller communities. It’s really great seeing my buyers style my clothing in their own way and make new memories with their new pieces across the country.
Is there anything in particular you are using/saving up your Curtsy Earnings for? I am a recent homeowner and am in the process of buying new furniture for my rooftop deck!
What is your top seller tip? Include free shipping to your posts. What the buyer sees is what the price actually is. It makes for a much better experience for the buyer and seller especially when you are negotiating prices when shipping is already included in the price.