We are so blown away by all the #PoshLove in Boston and Philadelphia! A huge thank you to all the Seller Stylists who joined us last week in both cities for Posh Party LIVE. Couldn’t make it this time around? Check out all the highlights below.
Highlights from Boston
“Create a listing you’re proud of. I know when the covershot looks great and I really like the way it looks, I’m more tempted to share that over and over again.” – @jgracestyles
“I really like Posh N Sips because I get to meet fellow Poshers, learn tips from other people, and we go shopping a lot after so you learn about their locations to shop at.” – @shopnccloset
“If you’re thinking about if you can go [full-time] then go!” – @changeofseason
Highlights from Philadelphia
“I follow trends to some degree. I source what I love at the end of the day. Buy what you like. Shop at your own price point.” – @cocoskin86
“Share, share, share during those Posh Parties. You also have to think of California time versus our time (3 hours back).” – @rymitch_
“It has given me an opportunity to support my family and to give back to people. I love helping people and that makes me feel good about myself to be able to help others.” – @violet507
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
Hats off to you, Nashville & Dallas! 🎉 A huge thank you to all the Seller Stylists who joined us last week in some seriously charming cities. Couldn’t make it this time around? Check out all the highlights below.
Highlights from Nashville
“Try to diversify how you source. Try to find those outlets. Maybe family members, co-workers, or friends! Don’t be scared about what you do because what you do is awesome and incredible.” – @tennesseebelle
“Stay positive. Not every single day on Poshmark is gonna go perfectly planned. The other day, I sold something out of the blue and that’s the thing I love about Poshmark. It’s always selling.” – @queenmumm
Highlights from Dallas
“If you have things like your measurements and all of the details about the product in the description, you’ll minimize the time it’ll actually get sold.” – @karisrenee
“Think about what are all the words somebody can type in the search bar on your time, the keywords essentially, so that if somebody is searching for that item [it’ll show up.]” – @threadheadz
“Once Closet Clear Out rolls around, in the morning, I’ll share again and once more at night. Once you gain that traction, then I’ll stop dropping [prices]. Some of my best sale days have been on Closet Clear Out.” – @wdythrift
We felt the #PoshLove during last week’s Posh Party LIVE! Thanks so much for joining us this past week, Portland & San Diego. Wanna relive all the fun moments from the night? Keep scrolling to check out all the highlights.
Highlights from Portland
“If someone likes an item or likes a few items, I will put it into a bundle and write a nice note to explain there’s no pressure but just thought I’d send it off your way to consideration!” – @foundandforged
“I’m redoing all my photos so I’m deleting and relisting. It’s actually working for me. I relist at a higher price, giving me a bit of a cushion, then I notice 40% of the items I relisted have sold.” – @iridessegray
Highlights from San Diego
“I will lower the price for Closet Clear Out because usually when someone likes something, they’ll probably like something. They’ll be like, ‘Oh my gosh! She’s lowering everything right now.’ So they’ll shop my closet and I’ll more than likely sell than a bundle.” – @mimisdbest
“In the past, if someone liked something, I’d get really excited and send them an offer almost immediately. I realized over time, some people are still shopping your closet so maybe wait 5-10 minutes when they’re done because they might add to their bundle.” – @cageyscloset