As the Nigerian economic situation bites harder, we are looking for different ways to make more money. One of the obvious places is in your wardrobe. Your wardrobe can be a goldmine you can make money from.
Go through your wardrobe, look for pieces that you don’t want anymore, ones that don’t fit you any longer, and accessories that you have been meaning to get rid of then arrange them into a pile. Clean your pieces, remove any stains, and make necessary repairs (like fix buttons) if you can. Make sure your clothes are in the best condition they can be in. This way your pieces can attract people to buy them.
Deciding what to sell and the right price for your clothes can be difficult. The best way to deal with this is to go online, look for the kind of pieces that are selling and their prices. Doing so will help you gauge the right items to sell and the price to sell them.
To increase the chances of selling your clothes online, you gotta take good pictures of your items. Good pictures make your clothes appealing to potential buyers. So, make sure you have good lighting when taking pictures. Use natural daylight when taking pictures because clothes look best in natural light.
You can sell your clothes offline too. You can call your friends and family and have a closet sale. This way your sister can get the yellow dress that she has been eyeing and you get some cash in your pockets. Also, you can sell your used clothes on Instagram (start a thrift page), Facebook Marketplace, or on Jiji.
Selling your used clothes can help you make money and you get to declutter your wardrobe. Win-win for you.