Style goes beyond your closet—and now we do too. Poshmark is officially a one-stop shopping experience for fashion, home, and more!
With this major expansion, we’re excited to introduce the Home Market—your destination to shop and sell select home goods. Switch to this NEW Market to connect with Poshers who specialize in your favorite interior design styles and discover home items you love. From decor to organization and beyond, elevate your space with stylish accents from top brands like these and more.
Tap into a whole new department of style—use the menu on the top left to switch to this Market now.
Not ready to shop for home? Switch Markets to tailor your shopping experience. Questions? Head over to the Support Center for full details. Please note that Poshmark does not currently support any items that do not fall within our home catalog. Common examples include, but are not limited to: glassware, cutlery, appliances, and furniture. Fragile items that fall within our catalog are supported. All items must not surpass the maximum box dimensions for US and Canada.
We felt so much #PoshLove, Chicago & Washington, D.C. Thank you for spending your evening with us soaking up all the Posh knowledge. Didn’t get to attend? Check out all the highlights below.
Highlights from Chicago
“The more you share, the better you broaden that opportunity to make a sale, make a connection, or meet a buyer that may not be interested in your current inventory but really looking out what you’re going to have next.” – @meleedolu
“By making your items more visible, you’re bringing in new people because you’re sharing people and other people are sharing your items so it’s pretty much a never-ending feed of traffic.” – @thenewafterlife
“Have fun with Poshmark! I think if you don’t have fun with something, it’s not worth it. But for me, it’s been six years of fun and it keeps getting better and better and better.” – @isa_wine_lover
“Once men started figuring out about Poshmark and realized, ‘Oh, there’s another outlet for trendy clothing at a good price’ I started seeing those customers come into my closet and making bundles.” – @seahawks121212
The weather is heating up and so is our referral bonus! For a limited time only, we’re DOUBLING the referral credit to $10. All you have to do is spread the #PoshLove by sharing your invite code (aka your Poshmark username) with your friends and family!
Ready to cash in on this offer? Blast out your invite code by going to
the Account Tab > Invite Friends, Earn Cash!
Local Poshers know how to pledge allegiance to their city and we can see why.
FAVORITE LOCAL BOUTIQUES
Get yourself a souvenir from the nation’s capital:
Willow (843 Upshur Street Northwest) Located in the heart of Washington DC, Willow is your one-stop shop for unique gifts, clothing pieces, or accessories.
Violet (1924 8th St. Northwest) Opened in 2011, Violet has continued to help the women of D.C. find their personal style and on-trend looks.
relish (3312 Cady’s Alley Northwest) If you’re feeling like treating yourself, head to the luxury boutique, relish, featuring designers such as Dries van Noten, Aspesi, Calvin Klein, and more.
Made in DC (Multiple Locations) If you want items made right in DC, this is the store for you! This store showcases local and talented DC designers, artists, and makers.
FAVORITE COFFEE SHOPS
Coffee + pastries. Name a better duo.
Compass Coffee(1351 Wisconsin Ave NW) “A locally owned coffee brewery that’s nitro cold-brew is not to be missed. Airy and spacious inside, you can stay awhile or take your caffeine to go. Boasting eight locations across the city, it’s a must stop shop before jumping back into go-mode,”says @kateegreene.
The Royal (501 Florida Ave NW) Talk a walk on the historic U Street, “the heart of DC culture both past and present.” Once you’re done, pull yourself a chair and order a cortado and guava pastry to relax!
La Colombe Coffee (924 N St NW) La Colombe was founded on the premise, “America Deserves Better Coffee.” With that, founders Todd Carmichael and JP Iberti worked together to bring “an elevated coffee experience.”
Capo Italian Deli (715 Florida Ave NW) On the outside, it looks completely inconspicuous. Don’t be deceived by the deli shop storefront. Once you’re done there, you may want to check out the speakeasy downstairs!
The LINE DC (1770 Euclid St NW) “Housed inside a 110-year-old beautifully restored church transformed into a gorgeous and highly social hotel that is also pup-friendly! A product of a vibrant community effort by local chefs, bartenders, artists, and designers, this richly rounded hotel is more than meets the eye. List all day from the lounge, where you will likely spot local influencers moving in and out of its main doors before stretching your legs and then moving on to lunch (bellinis included!) with your PFF,” says @kateegreene.
Union Market (1309 5th St NE) What’s better than eating great food and supporting small businesses? This open warehouse has been completely transformed into a place where you can literally spend your entire day. Pace yourself on the delicious food!
So many restaurants to choose from, so little time!
Haikan (805 V St NW) “The best RAMEN! There are lots of ramen options all over the city, but Haikan is definitely my favorite because the atmosphere is hip, drinks are great, and the ramen is the most authentic!” says @phantombae.
Ben’s Chilli Bowl (Multiple locations) Several Poshers gave this restaurant a special mention. We love a city staple and this one is it! Ben’s stood through all historic moments taken place in Washington D.C. It’s a wonder what this place has seen!
Le Diplomate(1601 14th St NW) A nod to French cafes with delicious French classics at an affordable price point.
Maketto (1351 H St NE) “Quite possibly, the coolest restaurant and hang-out in the city. This communal marketplace focused on menswear (think the Men’s and the new Kicks Market on Poshmark) and featuring a modern/minimal attitude is co-located with one of the tastiest dim-sum restaurants in the city,” says @kateegreene.
“The nation’s capital! Home to the president, Congress, and all major political decisions in the country. DC is fast-moving with a highly transient population. The DC vibe is very business-oriented. Here, we work hard and party harder.” – @phantombae
“DC is known for politics globally, however, DC has a vibrant culture and rhythm outside of politics. From Go-go to the arts to independent brands to quality free museums and history, D.C. is an awesome city with so much soul.” – @clrdgrlshffl
“Old Town [has an amazing] casual vibe but with lots of hidden gems as well as regular haunts too. Then you have Del Ray with its equally cool spots and the ever famous Stomping Ground! And history! Can we talk about the Masonic Temple, the Free Trolley rides the length of King Street and a ghost tour? C’mon now!” – @cloeseditrerun
“When most people think of DC, they think of the government and politics. It’s true those are two major aspects of DC, but there’s also a whole other world within DC that has nothing to do with what you see on the national news. There’s an incredible sense of community within the neighborhoods, fantastic local businesses (especially food!), and great people. If you visit, venture beyond the National Mall and explore some of the residential areas – there’s some amazing food to be found!” – @carpediemstyle
BRB, making a checklist of what we’ll need to pack:
Not only is this city known for its delicious food but local Poshers dished about all the other hidden gems to check out.
FAVORITE LOCAL BOUTIQUES
First things first, shopping!
Cinnamon Boutique (2104 W Roscoe St) “Cinnamon has been open for more than 10 years and is run by a local mom who does a wonderful job giving back to our community. Cinnamon has a beautifully curated mix of casual yet stylish clothes, workwear, evening wear, and even beachwear! I love that I can walk down the street and get anything I might need” – @anneray405
Bottomline Boutique (2208 W Chicago Ave) “The proceeds of this shop go to support a nonprofit called Bridge to Success that enhances employment opportunities for at-risk, low-income, no-income men, women, and young adults,” says @anneworth522015. Grab your Marc Jacobs, Prada, and YSL items here!
Squasht Boutique(2556 W Chicago Ave) If you’re all about shopping local, this is your go-to! All the items sold are 100% locally handmade. What better way to find something unique while supporting the local community?
FAVORITE COFFEE SHOPS
Fuel up before taking on the city.
Hero Coffee Bar (Multiple locations) Grab your drink and ‘gram it too. These coffee spots are small but mighty with the menu featuring a greek yogurt “salad bar.” One Posher can’t wait to try their new bourbon barrel-aged coffee. Yum!
Intelligentsia Coffee (Multiple locations) Intelligentsia may be seen around the country but there’s no place like home. It’s deemed as a “Chicago classic,” so take a sip of history.
Caffe Streets (1750 W Division St) Whether you come for the coffee or the aesthetic, Caffe Streets has it all. This is a perfect spot to turn into your workplace for the day. “The coffee tastes so smooth and delightful, and they’re serious about it, offering pour over, drip, lattes, and clearly communicating the origins of their products,” says @anneworth522015.
Chicago has some of the best places to meet up with your PFFs!
Three Dots & a Dash (435 N Clark St) This place was deemed “one of The World’s 50 Best Bars by Drinks International” so you know they HAVE to be good! We’re sold.
Kaiser Tiger (1415 W Randolph St) The back outdoor patio is calling you and your PFFs names to talk all things Posh. Fun fact: During winter, the entire patio is transformed to a place for everyone to brush up their Curling skills.
The Darling (905 W Randolph St) This place is quite literally, darling. Head here if you’re feeling a bit fancy. Pinkies up!
Punch Bowl Social (410 N Greet St) Keep things light in this fun, game center. Grab a drink and play video games, go bowling, have a fun meal with your PFFs in a place with great vibes.
Chicago does not disappoint when it comes to food!
Bellemore (564 W Randolph St) This place does not lack in food or decor. The food alone will be having you asking for more! Bellemore food is classified as “Artistic American” featuring a menu fit for all tastebuds.
Pequod’s Pizzeria (2207 N Clybourn Ave) Chicago is known for its deep dish. Several Poshers swear you MUST try this local favorite. “Their caramelized cheese crust is everything!” says @trendyende.
Giant (3209 W Armitage Ave) Opposite of its name, this restaurant is NOT giant so book your reservations in advance. “Your tastebuds will thank you,” says @anneworth522015.
Giordano’s (Multiple locations) Another local Posher favorite! Reserve your spot early and get ready for a wait, but don’t worry. It’s worth it! Each deep dish takes approximately 1 hour to finish. You’ll be ready to dive in right away!
“Chicago is authentic and fun. Chicago may be the largest city in the Midwest, but it’s home to the nicest people. Chicagoans are very friendly!” – @trendyende
“Chicago, often referred to as the Windy City, is known for its architecture, sports teams, and deep dish pizza. It has a friendly Midwestern vibe, with all the amenities of a big, bustling city. You can spend the day on the beaches of Lake Michigan, explore the history, art, and science at one of the many museums, or shop the day away on the Magnificent Mile.” – @anneray405
“We’re friendlier than most cites (at least I think so!!) We love our sports!! LET’S GO HAWKS!! Go Cubs Go! Da Bears!” – @rockcandystyle
“The Windy City is iconic all around the world for so many reasons! Navy Pier, Millennium Park, Sears (Willis) Tower, the historic theaters and architecture, and Wrigley Field Home of the CHICAGO CUBS! Everything you want to do can be done in this beautiful city. It is modern, it is cool, it is hip, and there is something for everyone in this city.” – @valeriemae28
“My city is full of great museums and architectures with variety of food. We are a vibrant city with so much to do from riding a bike on the lakefront to having a drink while playing ping pong, pool or bowling to hitting the town for some live music and dancing.” – @alena821
“Chicago is a multifaceted city known for sports teams, hot dogs without ketchup, good music and amazing restaurants. I truly believe that Chicago offers options for whatever hobby or interest you may have. Try Googling it to prove me wrong. You may have to go off the beaten path to find that record shop, a Peruvian restaurant, comic store, or 4 am bar that plays Prince and Bowie videos, but it’s out there, waiting for you to find it. My personal favorite part of Chicago is the food. I believe Chicago has the best restaurants in the U.S. Explore Eater Chicago for restaurants that suit your style.” – @anneworth522015
“Chicago is a city of neighborhoods. You can go 6 blocks in any direction and be in a totally different environment. If you are a newcomer, don’t be afraid to venture out of downtown. Pick a few key train stops, and get out and walk around nearby. You’ll get so many different experiences and not have to worry about navigating too much.” – @nina_in_the_chi
Bring a jacket or two (You never know what the weather is going to be like.)
A good pair of shoes for dancing!
Cash (“Believe it or not but even in 2019 but a lot of the best Chicago hangouts are cash only still. Most have an ATM inside in case you forget. The Boiler Room gives you a free shot of Jameson to make up for the ATM fees!” says @nina_in_the_chi)