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Twice is a fantastic way to mail in your unwanted clothes for much-needed cash, and now the Mission-based online reseller is buying your clothes in real life, too. Today, Twice opened the door to its reverse pop-up in the Castro (410 Castro Street, next to the incoming SoulCycle).
What's a reverse pop-up, you ask? It's a temporary shop where you sell instead of buy. Twice's goal in the popup is to unclutter SF, and you can help by bringing in things you no longer need.
Though the shop is totally Muni-accessible, you're not required to do the heavy lifting to haul your stuff in. Stop by the store during business hours (8 am-8pm until June 30th), or go online to schedule Postmates to pick up your belongings for you.
Twice promises plenty of surprises in store —get it?— and we're not-so-secretly hoping that those surprises include a visit from the brand's Menswear Style Director Andre Iguodala. (You might have heard of him. He's also the NBA Finals MVP.)
Grab your loot and head over while it lasts. Even if you don't see the Warriors' other MVP, you can at least get paid to clean out your closet.