Flipping Out

I’m late to the Threadflip bandwagon and that’s because I’m a master at procrastination…but after many, many months, I finally found the time to clean out my closet and send away my items to the Threadflip warehouse. Once they arrived, their white glove service had my items photographed, measured and listed…thus creating tons more closet space for me to fill with the money from my sold items ;)
See what I did there?
Anyway, it’s beyond easy to use their white glove service and I highly recommend it. Click on the link, they send you a bag to fill and you send it back to them.
Before you know it, you’ll be selling that dress you knew you’d wear but never did.
While I was checking the status of my online sales closet, I happened to stumble across this skirt and I knew it HAD to be mine. I was lucky enough to get it for a steal (I almost felt guilty) and thankfully, it fits beautifully. It’s a party skirt, but honestly…isn’t life one big party anyway? I wore it out for a semi-casual dinner and loved feeling dolled even while wearing a t-shirt.

Skirt: Chloe & Reese Party Skirt via Threadflip
Top: Les maison des artistes c/o Benetton
Necklace: H&M
Shoes: Valentino Bow Pumps
This skirt is so fun…I just had to give it a twirl.

By the way, in case you want to shop my closet and get some fab deals on designer items, you can do so here.

Some items have never even been worn (confession of a shopaholic) and almost everything is in fabulous condition. I will definitely be adding some items soon that will include 7 for all Mankind jeans, Christian Louboutin wedges and some BCBG dresses so be sure to check back in the next couple weeks for those items!




  1. May 12, 2014 / 6:16 pm

    This is so pretty, I love the entire look! I’ve been using Poshmark for about a year now and made some good sales but I’m thinking I should try Threadflip too!
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  2. May 19, 2014 / 11:46 am

    That skirt! And why aren’t you using the “Shop the Look” widget?! Tisk, tisk, Princess!
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