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Threadflip officially launched its redesign today, and it's going to make selling and buying clothes on the online consignment platform easier than ever. It's all a part of the startup's top-to-bottom makeover that features a full service option. Now, sellers can send their items directly to Threadflip, and Threadflip will take care of the entire sales process. This new feature also hopes to make the Threadflip experience as simple and personal as walking into a well-curated storefront for a buyer. And it's one of the first apps to fully integrate with Apple Pay (in addition to accepting more traditional payment options). Threadflip has upped its efficiency game. Now, the ball's in your court to make room in the closet—and to add money to the wallet—for new holiday outfits.
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