4 Clothing brands you shouldn’t pass up while thrifting

4 Clothing Brands you might be overlooking at the thrift store

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Everyone who starts selling out on eBay has their own list of clothing brands to look for while thrifting. A lot of them being well-known mall brands such as Abercrombie, Victoria’s Secret Pink, Lululemon, etc. What you don’t realize is that you just might be passing up on brands that, though lesser known, sell for much higher.  It’s always important to research and study as much as you can about brands to look for while thrifting. This way you will have many more items to be on the look out for, and don’t leave empty handed from the thrift store. Plus, the more you know about thrifting, the more you sell. And as you know, the more you sell, the more money you make!

Below I have compiled a list for you of a few lesser known brands to be on the look out for while thrifting. They are currently selling for a good amount of money. I have also added links to completed auctions on eBay so you can check them out for yourself.

Thrifting Lesser Known Clothing Brands that sell for Big Profit

  1. Uru. This brand is hand-dyed with all natural fibers. It falls under the category of  “artsy” clothing.

 

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Check out some of the most recent completed auctions:

thrifting brands to look for

2. Citron Santa Monica– These clothes are “wearable works of art”. They are unique, and the more detailed an item is, the more it sells for.

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And as you can see, it sells for a pretty decent amount:

thrifting brands to look for

 

3. Bryn Walker– This brand focuses on comfort. Its usually oversized, and almost always linen. If you’re in a rush at the thrift store, focus on looking for linen, then check the tag.

thrifting brands to look for

 

And check out those completed auctions:

thrifting brands to look for

4. BlueFish-Another artsy clothing brand. talented studio artists in New Jersey and Iowa hand print designs onto the clothes that they have carved from lino-blocks.
thrifting brands to look for

Bluefish always sells, and usually for quite a bit of money. I always love finding this clothing brand to sell. Check some of the completed auctions:

thrifting brands to look for

So there you have it. 4 good brands to look for when thrifting. You should never pass up these clothing brands if the price is right because you’re always guaranteed a sale!

Check back often because I will be divulging in more brands to keep an eye out for!

 


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