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I’ve been spending sometime cleaning out the closet lately. It’s always neat and clean, but what I really mean is eliminating things I really don’t use or wear. I’ve heard about Poshmark along time ago, but I’ll be honest I use to own a brick and mortar high end boutique and it was tough. I had no clue how hard it is in the retail business. Therefore, I sort of got a sour taste in my mouth from trying to sell fashion. After carefully thinking about and looking at other Poshmark closets I figured I don’t have anything to lose. I am no longer renting a space and constantly ordering items to feel the rack with a fresh look. I’m home! Its easy. There is no listing fees and it’s things I already own. If it doesn’t sell thats ok and if it does that’s ok too. The pieces have been sitting up in my closet and they weren’t earning me an income so, really no loss. Basically I’m making light of something that I found to be difficult when I owned a brick and mortar business.
You’ll see random things in my digital closet, but there will never be junk. Most items will be high end, but some are just inexpensive and all are well kept items. Some things will have the original packaging and some will not.
My mom has decided to clear out her closet at home. Therefore, I’ll list a few of her things here as well. I’d love for you to take a look around my closet
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