Live Every Week Like It’s Fashion Week

At, every week is Fashion week. You can shop 24/7/365 and don’t ever have to wait to find an exciting look or discover your favorite new outfit. Even better, you’ll never have to pay New York City prices, so you can be both frugal and fashion forward. Check out some of the discoveries real people have made on within the past month!

“A few months ago I bought this J.Crew camisole in another color from their store at full price, so when I found it on in ‘Like New’ condition at 10% of the retail price I paid, I felt like I hit the thrift jackpot!”

– Taylor

“I usually wear at least one item from every single day. My white button-up is from Uniqlo, the jeans are Levi’s and my sneakers are Pumas; all great finds from All together, the entire outfit is worth more than $100 retail, but I paid less than $50. You just can’t beat that.”

– Emily

“I found these black pants on sale for $3.50. For the price, it was a lot easier to justify testing out a new style and brand I might not have otherwise tried out. I ended up getting compliments all day when I wore these – plus they’re super comfy!”

– Heather

“I’m definitely not a super model, so it can be really frustrating to shop in a store and come away with nothing. I love that on I can filter out by size, and even see the inseam on things (so helpful!). My only problem now is limiting the order so I don’t buy out the entire site!”

– Becca

You can always create your own fashion on while saving more money than you spend. Follow us on social media to see more great looks our customers have uncovered and don’t ever hesitate to send us your favorite finds as well!

Read More Fashion Tips & Tricks: How to Create the Perfect Cuffed Sleeve

On the hunt for a way to look perfectly undone, without looking completely disheveled? Try cuffing your sleeves with these 3 easy steps:

  1. If the shirt has multiple buttons, undo only the one closest to your hand- that way there is some tension as you fold the other layers.
  2. Fold the sleeve 1-3 times so it sits about mid-forearm.
  3. Fold the shirt again 1-2 times until cuff sits right above the elbow. Just remember, you can always play with the fabric to get a messier look, or evenly fold the cuff- for a more tailored effect.

Either way you go, this is a great way to get the sleeve out of your way and adds a funky feel to a basic long sleeve top!

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Top Trends of 2016: Looking Back on the Most–and Least–Popular Purchases

From the Cubs winning the World Series to the loss of ‘80s rock icons, 2016 has had ups and downs. As the year comes to a close, we wanted to look back on which fashion choices were your favorites and which ones fell flat at Taking into consideration clothing type, colors and brands, the team compiled top-line findings of the most–and least–popular purchases of 2016. For example, would you have guessed California bought more bodysuits last year than any other state?

The Highs and Lows of 2016…
In 2016, the Top 10 most popular purchases on nationwide included basic fashion staples no closet should be without. We also highlighted the states that purchased the most of these hot items.

Top 10 Most Popular Clothing Items
1. Shirts: #1 State – Wyoming
2. Dresses: #1 State – Texas
3. Shorts: #1 State – Texas
4. Jeans: #1 State – Wyoming
5. Blouses: #1 State – Texas
6. Tank Tops: #1 State – Vermont
7. Sweaters: #1 State – Wisconsin
8. T-shirts: #1 State – Utah
9. Skirts: #1 State – Utah
10. Jackets: #1 State – Washington

Blue vs. Yellow
The most popular color of 2016 was blue. The most popular piece of clothing purchased in blue was–not surprisingly–jeans, followed by shirts, shorts, dresses and t-shirts.

The least popular color of 2016 was yellow. The most popular pieces of clothing purchased in yellow were shirts, dresses, tank tops, t-shirts and bodysuits.

Beloved Brands!
The most popular brand purchased from was Old Navy with Vermont loving it the most. Check out the brands that made it into our Top 10 purchases for the year along with their loyal state, which bought this brand more than any other in 2016.

1. Old Navy: #1 State – Vermont
2 Carter’s: #1 State – Wyoming
3. Gymboree: #1 State – New Mexico
4. Gap: #1 State – Vermont
5. The Children’s Place: #1 State – North Dakota
6. Faded Glory: #1 State – Arizona
7. Motherhood Maternity: #1 State – Colorado
8. Cherokee: #1 State – Utah
9. Baby Gap: #1 State – Maryland
10. Disney: #1 State – South Dakota

Purchase Pre-Owned Goods Over Brand New
As a purveyors of pre-owned clothing and household goods, we want to celebrate the states that made the most purchases on last year. Here are the Top 5.
1. California
2. Texas
3. Florida
4. New York
5. Pennsylvania

For these states, shirts and dresses from Old Navy ranked among the most popular purchases. However, we were more curious to see which clothing items didn’t make an impression on our most active customers. Below are the least favorite clothing items for 2016.
1. California: Shrugs, footed pajamas and sweater vests
2. Texas: Bodysuits, leggings and cardigans
3. Florida: Snow Boots, thermal underwear, wrist warmers and suspenders
4. New York: Polos, sweatpants, overalls and jean shorts
5. Pennsylvania: Rompers, Hoodies, jumpsuits and shorts

While fashion choices vary greatly from person to person, has you covered with nearly two million unique items to shop. Discover your one-of-a-kind treasure treasure today and save 40% off select items.

Shop Women’s and save 40%
Shop Men’s and save 40%

We look forward to serving you in 2017. Happy New Year!

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