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As much as I love clothes its one of the hardest things for me to justify paying full price for, especially when buying clothes for myself. Fortunately, there are a few ways to get free clothes online without having to worry about breaking your budget.
How to get Free Clothes Online
Schoola-Free $20 Credit
Schoola.com is an online shop that sells gently used women’s and children’s clothing. What makes this online store unique is that a portion of the sales from every purchase goes towards saving school programs such as art, music and P.E. classes.
Right now Schoola currently offers a $10 credit for new customers when you click here and when you create a “collection” on their site you are given an additional $10 credit towards your purchase at checkout.
In order to get more credits, once you have created an account with Schoola you will also have your own referral link so if you have friends or family that use your link to make a purchase you BOTH get a $10 credit to use.
Aside from getting free credits towards clothes another thing that I like about Schoola is that in the past they have periodically offered gift card incentives if you make a purchase on a certain day or time frame or if you get so many referrals within a certain time frame. So far I have received Starbucks, Target and Amazon gift cards all for FREE from them by just making purchases using my saved up clothing credits.
Thred-Up- Free $10 Credit
Thred-up is another online gently used and new clothing site that sells both women’s and children’s clothing as well. They are also an online consignment shop so you can send in your gently used clothing and get paid for it once your item(s) sell.
Thred-up is currently offering a $10 shopping credit for new customers when you click here. To get even more shopping credits once you have created an account with Thred-up you also have your own link that you can share with friends and family and once their purchase ships you BOTH get a $10 credit
Another way to get free clothes and help build up your wardrobe is by selling your own gently used or never worn new with tags clothing on Ebay. Before I discovered Schoola or Thred up this was how I was able to get my clothes for free. I would sell my gently used clothing in clothing lot for one price and once it sold I would then turn around and use that money to buy other clothes with.
What are some ways that you have built a wardrobe on a budget?