While the Instagram challenge may be over for now, #ThePoshLife is forever. We loved capturing the fabulous life of being a Posher with all of you. See more of our favorite shots on our Facebook album – and tag yourself if you find your photo!
You have mastered Make An Offer. You ship packages like a pro. You may have even earned a coveted Host Pick or two. But do you know these nifty tricks? Whether you’re a veteran or a certified newbie, we’re here to share some lesser-known info to make sure you’re at the peak of your Posh game.
1. Print Labels From Your PC
Did you know that you can print your shipping labels directly from the website? No more digging through your emails to locate a shipping label! Now you can simply click on your username at the upper right hand corner of your screen, select “Orders,” and go to your sales to locate your label.
2. Make Your Closet Go Viral
If you’re like us here at PMHQ, you’re addicted to Pinterest (DIY, anyone?). Bring more eyes to your closet when you share your listings to this popular social platform. Click the share icon on your listing or your closetand simply choose “Pinterest.”Extra tip: The better your Covershots, the better chance you have at being “repin-worthy.” You never know – someone admiring your pins could also be your next PFF!
3. Rise in the Ranks
Ever think that you would make a fabulous Suggested User, a stellar Posh Party host or know someone who would? Well, we want to know! Shoot an email to firstname.lastname@example.org and we can get you in touch with the right people!
4. Track Your Order or Refund In-App
Did you know that you can easily track your order and refund directly within the app? Simply head to your account tab and scroll down to My Purchases to see up-to-date tracking information as well as a detailed breakdown of your refund for each individual order. (Sellers, this can be helpful to you, too, as it can keep you updated to any shipping issues and delivery confirmations.)
5. Customize Your Shopping Experience
When shopping your PFF’s closet, you can turn their closet into a personalized shop when you see only listings in your size. When using the ‘My Size’ filter, your results will show items available in your pre-selected preferences. (Haven’t selected your sizes yet? Head to your account tab and select “My Size.”) Want more customizations? Use the rest of the filters to sort items by brand, category, price, even condition and availability!
We’ve all been there: You’ve just pulled out a dress from your closet that you’ve been seen in one too many times and are ready to list it on Poshmark. You know it’s important to accurately and thoroughly describe your items on Poshmark, but you’re not quite sure how to describe the style or silhouette. Not to worry, we’ve got your back, girl! We’ve selected a few helpful terms from our new Women’s Fashion Glossary to help you get the low-down on common dress styles.
A-line: An A-line dress silhouette mimics the letter “A” and has a narrow top and a flare. You can also find the A-line shape on skirts and women’s coats.
Fit and Flare
Fit and Flare: A fit and flare dress closely hugs the body through the bodice and right past the hip, where the skirt then flares away from the body. You can also find this style on skirts.
Sheath: A sheath dress is a short, slim-fitting dress that is cut to cinch in at the waist without a belt or waistband.
Shift dress: A shift dress has a loose fit and lacks a defined waistline. It is often a short dress.
Shirt Dress: A dress with a collar and buttons in the style of a shirt, typically cut without a seam at the waist.
Skater: A skater dress resembles the dresses the figure skaters wear; a fitted bodice with a short skirt that flares out from at waist. You can also find this style on skirts.
Slip Dress: Often resembling the undergarment, a slip dress fits close to the body, is usually made of smooth fabrics and has lace trim.
Trapeze: A trapeze dress has a round neckline and a fabric that falls in an A-line shape to a wide flare. This styles is usually short and hits about mid-thigh. You can also find this style in tops.
Want to know more? See more women’s clothing terms in our fashion glossary.
If you’re searching for a unique piece with a subtle statement, check out Jessica’s style. Channeling neutral colors and an occasional pattern pop, her closet ranges from items you can add for a night out to a casual daytime look. Don’t miss out on these one-of-a-kind wearable pieces that will definitely make you stand out.
- Kenzo Double Breasted Jacket $265
- Stella McCartney Falabella Bucket Bag $550
- Maje Blush Blazer $185
- Maxi Sweater Dress $30
- Sandro Skinny Moto Cords $60
- Zara Fringe Turtleneck $85
- Nine West Floral Heels $60
- Isabel Marant Top $150
Happy Monday! The Posh Party Line-Up is set and we can’t wait for a week of shopping with our PFFs. This week we are thrilled to have an esteemed group of style influencers joining us as hosts: Alexandra, Lori and Nicholl of The Chiffon Diary. Get a sneak peek of what they’ll be sharing below. When you shop their curated picks, it’s like shopping with a personal stylist. It all goes down at 7pm PST. See you there!
Office Style Party, Tuesday, February 24
Alexandra | @alvictoria
What can we expect to see shared to the Host Picks Showroom? For the “Office Style” posh party you will definitely see a lot of versatile, transitional pieces. I love being able to take a work day outfit to nighttime with just a couple of changes.
What are your favorite Office Style trends right now? My favorite pieces for the office are clean lines and classic blazers but with a twist! I’m definitely not a fan of a boring work outfit. I love to play with textures and relaxed fits that are still office appropriate!
Give us a sneak peek of what you will be sharing!
- 3.1 Philip Lim Pink Crossbody Bag
- Tory Burch Oxblood Robinson Square Tote
- Barneys New York Heels
- Joie Pants
Lori | @lorigalloway
What can we expect to see shared to the Host Picks Showroom? Texture, color, and print. A lot of my picks are really versatile and can be worn both in and out of the office. I’ll be sharing items from designers that I love; just because it is for work doesn’t mean that you have to sacrifice style and personality.
What are your favorite Office Style trends right now? I really like mixing prints on conservative silhouettes, anything with leather accents, and black and white because it is both classic and modern at the same time.
Give us a sneak peek of what you will be sharing!