Spring cleaning is very real and very important. Shaking out the cobwebs is a crucial step to welcoming spring, but you shouldn't reserve it for your house –– it's just as important to use this season change as a time to reevaluate your wardrobe. And if while doing so, you find some pieces that don't exactly compel you as they once did, there are now so many super easy, super convenient ways to rid yourself of unwanted clothes and accessories. Whether you favor the ease of shipping off all your goods for someone else to photograph and sell or you'd rather take on the challenge of getting the lighting just right, there's a site or a shop for you. Read on for the details on seven reselling options, what they're all about and how much you should expect to make from each.
Alison Baitz is a freelance fashion and culture writer. When she's not busy chatting about online shopping or rooting out cool new designers, she's interviewing up-and-coming musicians or sampling food for articles and calling it research. She's proud to be a part of the DC-based food zine The Runcible Spoon. Yes, she is on Twitter: @itsmealison.