Second-hand clothing websites that can really spruce up your fall wardrobe

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Are you in the market for some cozy cardigans but don’t want to contribute to fast-fashion waste? Luckily, there are myriad ways to update your wardrobe this fall with used clothes without breaking the bank all while helping reduce the 81 pounds of clothes the average American throws out annually.

Check out these sites if you want a budget-friendly, low-waste way to stay on trend this fall season!

ThredUP
ThredUP

1. ThredUp

ThredUp offers a wide range of categories, with clothes and accessories available for both women and kids. They sell cheaper (yet still high-quality) brands you can find at stores like Target or Kohl’s, but they also sell designer items and even past runway looks through their Revive program. Looking to clean out your wardrobe? You can also request a closet cleanout kit to have your items appraised and listed on the site!

Poshmark
Poshmark

2. Poshmark

Poshmark may also offer home goods and other second-hand items, but they’re perhaps best known for their clothing. You can find popular brands like Charlotte Tilbury, Savage X Fenty and even NFL for those looking to grab some fan gear for football season.

The RealReal
The RealReal

3. The RealReal

The RealReal may be one of your best bets if you’re looking for high-end, luxury clothes at a discounted price. Of course, their prices may be higher than Poshmark’s or ThredUp because of that, but all their items are authenticated as real (hence the name!) before they’re listed.

Vestiaire Collective
Vestiaire Collective

4. Vestiaire Collective

Vestiaire Collective is another great site for pre-owned luxury clothing and accessories. The site has an extensive collection of second-hand luxury bags, too, making it especially great for anyone looking for their next signature fall bag.

Tradesy
Tradesy

5. Tradesy

Tradesy offers a great range of categories to shop, including luxury bags, high-end shoe brands, affordable sweaters and other everyday items. Like The RealReal, they also authenticate anything that’s from a luxury brand before listing the item.

Swap.com
Swap.com

6. Swap.com

Swap.com offers affordable clothing in a wide range of sizes. Like ThredUp, they also have an extensive collection of non-designer brands, making it another good option for those on a budget.

Rebag
Rebag.com

7. Rebag

Rebag is a great place to search for designer bags, handbags, watches, jewelry and other accessories. Prices here may be on the higher side, but for those looking for brands like Hermes and Louis Vuitton, it’s still much cheaper (and environmentally friendly!) than buying them new.

Grailed
Grailed.com

8. Grailed

Grailed is one of the few online consignment stores that specialize in men’s fashion. You’ll find high-end brands like Supreme and Yeezy shoes. You can shop by category or by style, such as streetwear, luxury, minimalist or even avant garde.

Depop
Depop

9. Depop

Depop may be for you if you’re shopping for unique and one-of-a-kind items inspired by pop culture and vintage clothing. They sell clothes for both men and women, as well as accessories and beauty items.

Goodwill
Goodwill

10. Goodwill

Goodwill isn’t just available in brick-and-mortar stores; they’re online, too! On Goodwill’s website, you can bid on a number of clothing items, ranging from high-end fashion to bulk costume jewelry.

Salvation Army
Salvation Army
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Second-hand clothing websites that can really spruce up your fall wardrobe

Kaitlyn Farley

Kaitlyn Farley is MediaFeed’s writer/editor. She is a masters of science in journalism candidate at Northwestern University, specializing in social justice and investigative reporting. She has worked at various radio stations and newsrooms, covering higher-education, local politics, natural disasters and investigative and watchdog stories related to Title IX and transparency issues.

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