ThredUp is the largest online consignment and thrift store. Before you stop reading at the words “thrift store”, hear me out! ThredUp offers secondhand clothing, in like new condition, for up to 90% off retail. Their inventory is massive and includes brands from Target and Forever 21, to Lululemon and Rebecca Minkoff, to Gucci and Prada! If you truly have champagne taste in fashion, but are working with a beer budget, then you must try ThredUp!
ThredUp Goody Boxes
If you are familiar with Stitch Fix, (and if not, read more here) then you already know how this works. With ThredUp Goody Boxes, you will pay $10 to have a stylist hand-pick 10 (!) items for you. You get to determine the type of items (you can choose from tops, skirts, dresses, pants, etc). You can also “favorite” items so that your stylist can know your style preferences and sizing.
Once your goody box arrives at your doorstep, you can try on all 10 items in your home. You can also pair these items with clothing you already own to get a feel for how you would wear them. Then, you decide which items you would like to keep (your $10 goes toward items you keep!), and send back the items you don’t want!
The 10 items in your goody box come clean, retagged, neatly packaged, and in excellent condition. I never would have known they were secondhand.
My first Goody Box
My ThredUp Goody Box arrived and I was super excited (and curious) to see what was inside! I actually got 11 items to check out…BONUS!!
Item #1: Wilfred Sleeveless White Blouse. Est. Retail: $107. ThredUp Price: $20.99
I paired this flowy white sleeveless blouse with black skinny pants and a denim jacket (head to my Fashion Page to purchase this denim jacket).
Item #2: Rebecca Minkoff Denim Skirt. Est. Retail: $118. ThredUp Price: $26.99.
Item #3: C. Wonder Polka Dot Bell Sleeve Top. Est. Retail: $95. ThredUp Price: 30.99
I paired these two ThredUp items together, then added leopard print flats and a Gucci bag. For tips on mixing prints, subscribe to my 5 Day New Wardrobe Challenge. I especially loved the open back with bow detail on the back of this blouse.
Item #4: Old Navy Casual Dress. Est. Retail: $42. ThredUp Price: $22.99
This simple dress was super cute, comfortable, and very much my style. I paired the bright coral dress with a mint bag and floral print kitten heels. I would have kept this dress, but I already own several coral dresses! For tips on how to wear this coral color, which is actually the 2019 color of the year, read here.
Item #5: Silence and Noise Pullover Sweater. Est. Retail: $48. ThredUp Price: $17.99
Item #6: Ci Sono Vest. Est. Retail: $48. ThredUp Price: $15.99
I paired this gray long sleeve sweater with the vest included in my Goody Box. I loved the gray sweater; it was so soft and had open shoulder detailing. The vest was a bit too rugged for my taste.
Item #7: New York and Company Jumpsuit. Est. Retail: $70. ThredUp Price: $23.99
This jumpsuit was super fun. I love rompers and jumpsuits, especially during the summer or while on vacation. This one was a lightweight material, and very flattering.
Item #8: Cloth and Stone Denim Tunic. Est. Retail $95. ThredUp Price: $29.99
Next up, we have this denim tunic. It has taken me years to get on board with the denim trend, but I am finally there. I loved the casual and comfortable look of this tunic, and can see myself wearing it with leggings or these camo joggers on the weekends and while running errands. To shop these camo joggers, head to my Fashion page.
Item #9: White House Black Market Skirt. Est. Retail: $88. ThredUp Price: $24.99
Item #10: Sanctuary Sleeveless Blouse. Est. Retail: $79. ThredUp Price: $30.99
This orange pencil skirt and floral print top were definitely meant to go together. I threw on a navy cardigan, and BAM! Easy work outfit. Too bad the skirt was a little too big.
Item #11: Joie Plaid Shirt. Est. Retail $178. ThredUp Price $25.99
Last but not least, I received this plaid button down shirt. I love the pink, which takes this shirt from masculine to feminine. I paired it with a pair of jeans I got from my winter Stitch Fix and added my new favorite pink slip on tennies.
I kept two items from this haul; The flowy white sleeveless blouse and the denim tunic.
Overall, I really loved my ThredUp Goody Box. It was exciting to receive so many items to try for just $10. I was also pleasantly surprised by the quality of the items and the brand names included. I will absolutely try ThredUp Goody Boxes again.
Other Goody Box Options
For this Goody Box, I chose the Just for You option, which includes items hand-picked for you by a stylist. ThredUp also offers
Spring Essentials, a box of clothing items to freshen up your wardrobe for spring.
Box of Favorites, A box containing as many of your favorited items as possible.
9 to 5 Styles, business casual items for work at the office
Remade, a box containing clothing items from ThredUp’s in-house collection.
Workouts Optional, 10 comfy pieces for working out or running errands.
Other ThredUp Offerings
Clean Out: ThredUp also provides consignment services, were you can order a clean out kit, pack it full of styles you’ve loved but no longer want to keep, and send it back. You will then earn a commission off items sold on the site!
Luxe: Consign your ultra luxury branded items here
Boys and Girls clothing are also offered on the site. Shop for the whole family…I am hoping they offer Men’s clothing soon too!
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Leah Little has a full time job as a social worker, and has managed to travel the world while wearing beautiful clothes by knowing how to score deals in travel and fashion. Learn more about her journey here. Join the Leah Little Travel and Fashion tribe by entering your email to subscribe to be the first to learn new ways to enjoy the best in travel and fashion for less. Say hi and send her a message! Contact