You know the old adage, if you need something new to wear, go shopping in a friend’s closet. This week, I went shopping in Tracy’s Closet. And I found the cutest dress. It’s something I might not have spied if i had seen it on the rack in the store, but seeing it in her closet? I had to have it.
Look what I found in Tracy’s Closet!
Now, it’s only fair that if I raided Tracy’s Closet that I offer up some clothing of my own, right? I’m still scouring my rejects (which I am sure will be loved by someone else) but the great thing is Tracy makes it easy. I just take a picture with my cell phone, upload it to the site, add some details like brand, size, what I paid for it and the condition. Not only does Tracy set a price for me, but I automatically get points to shop some more. Did I mention I didn’t even have to pay shipping on that cute little number pictured above?
Tracy’s Closet is a pretty new community, so I was given a special credit of points to try it out. If I want MORE points to shop all I have to do is add more things to my own closet on the site. I can assure you, I have dresses, shoes and lots of other fun things I’ll be adding when I have time. Not only does it get it out of my closet if someone buys it, but it means I get to shop more too. Woohoo!
About Tracy’s Closet
Tracy’s Closet is a community where you can connect with people who share your style. Use what’s hanging in your closet to fund the fashions you crave. Simply upload your closet, earn points, and then shop the closets of other stylish women.
How Tracy’s Closet is Different
Tracy’s Closet uses a points system for purchases, which means you don’t have to reach for your wallet when shopping through the site. Members earn points from uploading items to sell, referring friends and checking in daily. There are no seller fees.
Offer: Become a member today and earn 100 points ($10 retail value) instantly to use for shopping.
Check out Tracy’s Closet!
I received credit to Tracy’s Closet for the purpose of this review. This post was made possible by Mom Spark Media. Thoughts are my own.