Remember that shirt you bought two years ago? You know which one I mean. The one that you were totally in love with, but you still have yet to cut the tags off of…
If you’re a shopaholic like me, here’s a website you’ve been waiting for. Welcome to ThreadFlip!
Threadflip is wonderful website that is “pioneering a new social shopping experience by offering women a simple way to convert their closets into a dynamic boutique-like experience, connecting buyers with sellers, and capturing the collaborative energy of shopping with friends.” I promise, it’s as great as it sounds!
I’ve been on Threadflip for about a month an a half now, and honestly couldn’t be happier. It’s so simple to use, and there’s even a mobile app! Here’s my simple guide to making a few bucks on Threadlip:
How to Sell:
- Thoroughly raid your closet. Take out anything that you haven’t worn in a year. If you think it’s worth at least $10 (the minimum selling price on Threadflip), set it aside. If it’s not worth selling, start a bag to donate to Goodwill or your local homeless shelter.
- Create a Threadflip account. These can be linked to your Facebook- one less password to remember, plus you can check out what your friends have in their closets!
- Get listing! Threadflip will walk you through a step-by-step process when listing your items online. Just snap a few pictures, and upload them online.
Threadflip only ships their items through Priority Mail at the US Postal Service. For me, it’s a little difficult to get to the post office since I work 9-5. A great option is to order some priority boxes online. It’s free to have them delivered at home. When you sell your first item, schedule a pickup right from your front door!
*Helpful hint: You can have the buyer pay for shipping, so you don’t have to dish out extra cash. Simply select buyer pays shipping.
Happy ThreadFlipping! Below are a few closets that I LOVE 🙂
Jay-Z’s second annual Made in America festival is coming to Philadelphia in 10 days. Since the Queen B herself is headlining this event, my friends and I now have the perfect excuse to put our carefully cultivated America wardrobes to good use (for something other than just the 4th of July).
Below are some pieces that we’ve found in malls across the country that are making our “Made in America” look prime:
(Studded) American Heart Crop Top, 15.80
The Ultimate Denim Jacket
On sale! $84.38
The Perfect Cutoffs
Acid Flag Cutoff Shorts, $58.00
Stars and Stripes Forever Bandeau
Blue and White Star Bandeau, $7.18
Stars & Stripes Leggings, $38.00
It’s Crop Top Season
Rustic American Flag Cropped Tank, $10.80
What will you be wearing? xoxo
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There is a terrible curse that hits you the second you receive your undergraduate diploma. This curse, which has been confirmed by every single one of my alumni friends, will change your views of drinking forever– but let’s be honest, that’s probably a good thing.
The first time your post-grad hangover hits, you will be clutching the sides of the toilet, yearning for your days as a perky 19 year old who would drink until 4am, and wake up with nothing that a grande iced coffee couldn’t fix. Those days are forever gone.
Let’s not be dramatic. I’m not saying you can’t drink after college. I’m just saying it’s necessary to tone it down a little. After all, you’re a semi-adult now!
1. Nothing free is good, especially free shots. Free shots with the bartender is the worst combination.
2. Never drink a 40.
You think it’ll be fine, but it never, ever is.
3. Don’t engage with technology.
4. Don’t forget to eat before you go out.
Don’t be the slightest bit embarrassed if you turn into this girl, shoving food down while trying to get out the door. We’ve all been there. Anyone who hasn’t is lying.
5. Don’t forget to drunk eat.
Not only will drunk eating seem like the best idea in the world after a night out, but it will most likely help ease the pain of your hangover the morning after. If you are taking a cab home, make sure that the driver will hit up a drive thru at 3am. Buy him a burger, he’ll probs thank you.
6. Don’t ever leave alcohol out before you go to bed.
The following morning is going to be rough enough, you don’t need to remind yourself why.
7. Don’t combine alcohol with different alcohol or with food.
By the next morning, your aim is to not wake up thinking: