If you're anything like me, as soon as the holidays are over, you want to get to work and put your organizing hat on. Right now my kids' closets are overrun with clothes that are either not the right season or simply don't fit them. So, I thought now would be as good a time as any to start the clean out and organize their wardrobes for the year ahead. That's where the Totspot Concierge app comes into play...
With this convenient service, I can send in all the gently worn clothes that no longer fit my daughter, for instance, and they'll sell it for me! There's no need to stop by the consignment shop. I'm a busy bee these days and any time I can cut an extra errand out of my day, I'm a happy girl!
I know I'm not the only parent with a ton of barely worn outgrown clothes on her hands. My baby girl is loved by many and our oh so generous friends and family keep her very well dressed, haha! Her mama might have a bit of a little girl's clothes addiction as well, but I digress...With new outfits coming into the house all the time, she sometimes only wears them once or twice, so they're still in excellent condition and would be a perfect addition to another little girl's closet!
So, let's talk about how exactly the process works...First, you need to download the Totspot Concierge App. Then you can request a cleanout bag right from the app. Once you've organized the clothes you're ready to sell, you ship them off in the cleanout bag and a concierge will list the items for you. They will even promote them on social media. You don't have to worry about a thing, but collecting the profits when your clothes sell. It's as simple as that!
In fact, you can earn up to 50% profit for every item sold AND you have the option to choose Totspot store credit for maximum earning potential. Because not only is there the Totspot Concierge app, but you can also shop the regular Totspot children's clothing resale app! How cool is that? Those messy closets of mine aren't going to know what hit them!
Happy organizing lovelies!
Disclosure: This is a sponsored post.