Hi guys! Today we’re getting in to part 2 of the fashion apps that I am currently loving. Go check out Part 1 of the Best Fashion Apps if you missed it!
Closet Collective: Being pregnant means I have a lot of clothes that won’t get worn for the better part of a year. Since I donated and sold a lot of my clothes before our move, I want to hang on to the pieces I have left, but there’s no use in having them collect dust. Closet Collective allows you to earn money lending your closet out and you can borrow pieces as well! I am borrowing this dress which has come in really handy as my bump grows!
Depop: We have one rule about clothes at our house: one thing in means one thing out. Depop works like Poshmark (another one of my faves) allowing you to snap a few pics of your items and sell them in their community. What I really like about Depop is the community they’ve built. High-fashion sellers like Aimee Song and Chiara Ferragni post some of their most sought-after pieces at a fraction of the retail price and while I haven’t scored any merch from these fashion mavens yet, I think it’s darn cool that I can! In the meantime, please help me clean out my closet: @bethanimalprint 🙂
Keep: Okay, I’ve become a bit of a Keep addict. This app allows you to quickly discover super-stylish pieces that are trending online right now. If you happen to find a few things you can’t live without, you can buy what you love from any store on the web and check out with one transaction…no matter how many things you have in your cart. It is seriously the most efficient way to discover and purchase chic home decor and clothes! If you’re a user, you can enable my addiction here.
Tradesy: Now this is the place to buy and sell gently used designer fashion. Their easy-to-use app makes the process painless and they only take 9% of the seller’s fee which is the best I’ve seen so far. I like the app, but I’m not buying or selling designer goods on the reg. I do however, l-o-v-e what the company stands for. Their ‘about us’ page reminds you to ‘be fearless and become the person that your 13-year-old self dreamt about, but even smarter and tougher and with better shoes’ Amen! If you really want to be inspired read this article on Tradesy CEO, Tracy DiNunzio.
Wearing: Dress via Closet Collective / Rebecca Minkoff sandals / Tory Burch bag (similar bag under $50)/ Karen Walker sunnies (similar here for less than $20) / Jennifer Zeuner necklace /Goorin Brothers hat / Matte Creme Lip Crayons by Bite Beauty in Tatin (huge thanks to my friend Tracy for telling me about these!)