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This Startup Takes the Work Out of Selling Your Clothes

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Say what you will about spring cleaning, but fall is really the best time to clean out your closet. Get rid of last season's styles and replace them with comfy sweaters to stylishly bring you into the new year. ThredUP, a San Francisco based online consignment shop, is here to help. They take your gently used clothes and sell them for a small cut of the price— you'll get up to 80% of the sale. And now through the end of the year, you keep 100% of the sale of handbags. What distinguishes them from the other similar services popping up? ThredUP is all about making it easy for you. They will send you a bag —it's polka dotted!— to ship your clothes, then they take care of the rest. You just wait to get your cash from the sales. Now's the time to clean out your closet to make room for fun new pieces —Black Friday anyone— and make some money while doing it!

· thredUP [Official Site]
· Black Friday and Beyond: 23 Local Sales and Counting [Racked SF]