Posh Tip: Getting Your Closet Started is FAST and FREE

Selling on Poshmark is not only as easy as 1-2-3, but it’s also fun and empowering! With Poshmark, you’ll fall in love with your closet…again!

Create a listing in seconds. We make it super simple for you to list an item for sale on Poshmark. Simply snap a few pictures or upload them from your album, give your item a title, short description, set your price and – VOILA! Your item is available for women across the country to buy! Easy peasy lemon squeezy.

Name your own price. Take control over your closet with Poshmark! Unlike your typical consignment store, Poshmark let’s you decide how much you want to get in return for your item when it’s sold. So, go ahead – list that Louis Vuitton purse you never wear or those Alexander Wang booties that are way too high for you and find them a new home…at your own price terms!

It’s free to list and sell. Listing and selling on Poshmark is not only quick, but it’s free, which means no need to worry about hidden listing fees or pesky credit card fees (we take care of that for you). To top it off, we provide you with a pre-paid, pre-addressed shipping label once your item sells, so all you have to do is box it up, print and attach our label, and send it off via USPS.

What do you have to lose? Go ahead, list your closet and start making money!

Poshmark anywhere, anytime. Because Poshmark is mobile, we make it convenient for you to instantly communicate with others in the community, sell, and shop at any time of the day, no matter where you are!

In Hawaii? Poshmark after dinner with the late-night crowd who can’t sleep in New York City. Waiting for your friends to arrive for happy hour? Open up Poshmark and find a new necklace to wear on your weekend date. Commuting on the train? Pass the time (and have plenty of fashion fun) by joining our daily Posh Parties or shopping past parties – straight from your phone!

41 thoughts on “Posh Tip: Getting Your Closet Started is FAST and FREE

  1. I was reading y i forgetting started selling says all free when see the photo of example sale it has the price they listed ex. 150 but after sale their amount was 120? Why is there fees for,selling

    • Hi Kelly, Poshmark’s fees for sold items covers the financial transaction for you (including paying credit card fees), providing you with a pre-paid, pre-addressed shipping label, and the customer support team for each sale.

  2. What is the percentage that Posh keeps so that I can judge what to price me items at based on the actual return I hope to receive?

  3. what if you have an item to sell and so not know or remember the original price? And I understand the resell rules for swim and undergarments does lingerie fall into undergarments rule?

    • Hi Christina, If you don’t remember the original price, you can put 0 as the original price. And yes, lingerie would be considered undergarments and should be unworn, new with tags. Slips, however, are not considered undergarments and can be gently used.

      • What about just corsets (no underwear) that some people would wear as tops, such as from Corset Story? Mine do not have tags anymore, but are unworn.

      • Hi Samantha, corsets in good condition are allowed for sale on Poshmark. We recently updated our policy and these can be sold with or without tags.

  4. It says “free” to list and sell but with a 20% com. it’s clearly not, so that should probably be updated.

  5. It’s free to list and get started u don’t ever pay out of pocket for anything. Buyer pays the shipping. PoshMark credits u the balance after thwireless commission. WIN WIN ! I LOVE IT!

  6. I can’t use my credit card to purchase anything. I bought one item and ever since when I go to buy it says no.? Do you have any idea why? I have money?

  7. where is the search for newly listed items? Since the bundle update that seems to be gone! I want to be able to search for Newly listed items again.

  8. Where does the money that I get from my clothes go? In my bank account or is it just credit on the app to buy clothes?

  9. New to Posh, and misunderstood the pricing of a blouse that I wanted for my g’daughter. It was listed for $22, After seeing a notification of the drop in price to $3.99, I thought it was the price of the blouse, but it was the shipping cost that was reduced. Of course my offer of $4 was declined. When I realized my mistake, I tried to contact seller, and made another offer for $20. It too was declined and I am blocked from her closet. Is that how things are usually handled?

    • Hi Chazmin,
      I’ve seen sellers say that they will block anyone who they consider is giving an offer that is too low. Personally I think that’s very unprofessional and I certainly wouldn’t do that–I would just reject the offer. It really just depends on the seller to be honest.

  10. Once you list do you have to keep the item there until it sells or can I remove it at some point? Or does it automatically get removed after a period of time?

    • Hi Teri, you can delete unsold listings at any time. There is no automatic removal of a listing, unless our team finds that an item is not within our guidelines.

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