If you haven’t heard by now, fast fashion is out, and thrifting is in. People are turning to thrift stores and resale sites like Poshmark in droves. And it’s not just a fluke. According to threadUp’s 2023 resale report, by 2027, the second-hand market is projected to reach $350 billion, with the U.S. at $70 billion alone. And who else would be behind the trend other than Gen Z? The report reveals that 83 percent of Gen Z already thrifts—or is open to doing so. While thrifting in person is fun, doing it online opens up a treasure trove of options for goods of all kinds. Poshmark is a one-stop shop for fashion, home goods and electronics—but what if you wanted designer pieces, vintage accessories, pet supplies or an emphasis on menswear? Here are 14 sites like Poshmark where you can buy and sell pretty much everything, from authenticated Chloé handbags at Vestiaire Collective to jewelry and watches on Worthy.
14 Sites Like Poshmark for Everything from Designer Bags to Sports Equipment
Vestiaire Collective, threadUp, Mercari and more
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- Shop for: women, kids, designer goods, shoes, accessories
Online thrift store threadUp is on a mission against fast fashion. The resale and consignment platform counts over 55,000 brands in its inventory, from Gap to Gucci—sometimes, at up to 90 percent off. ThreadUp specializes in women’s and kids’ clothing, in addition to designer ware, handbags, shoes and accessories. The company also teamed up with Rent the Runway, which funnels decommissioned (but still great) pieces directly to threadUp. And if you’re trying to clean out your closet, the company will send you a take-back bag to make the process seamless. (Sorry, we had to.)
2. The RealReal
- Shop for: designer clothes, bags, shoes, accessories and homewares for women, men and kids
Maybe you’re obsessed with a three-seasons-ago Chanel handbag that is now nowhere to be found. You might just have luck at The RealReal, the world’s largest luxury resale platform. With inventory spanning from Burberry and Valentino to Cartier, Tiffany & Co and Chopard, the site is a fashionista’s dream. The discounted prices are just another added bonus.
- Shop for: men, women, jewelry and beauty
Marc Jacobs Daisy for $26? Up-and-coming independent brands? From quirky to cool, Depop does it all. The e-commerce platform adds a social element to the online thrifting experience, allowing users to see what their friends and influencers are buying and selling. Depop does menswear and women's clothing, so whether you’re looking for pair of Carhartt work pants or some discounted Brandy Melville pieces, this is the place.
- Shop for: electronics, toys, books, home goods, clothes
Think of Mercari as a second-hand department store. The site does just about everything: men’s, kids and women’s clothing, electronics, toys, vintage, homewares, books—that’s just a start. The company promises that you can save up to 70 percent off retail prices. Looking for a deal on the Shark Flexstyle or an Apple product? This is a good site to start your search.
- Shop for: designer men’s/women’s/children’s clothing and accessories, vintage fashion
If you’ve ever dream of find an Hermès piece at 40 percent off, it happens at the Vestiaire Collective. The French company is B-Corp certified and bills itself as an authentication leader. Their team of experts works to verify the authenticity of the luxury goods that pass through its doors before being resold. Vestiaire also teams up with brands (like Chloé and Courrèges) to curate products and offer special rewards. In 2023, the company acquired fellow resale platform Tradesy.
- Shop for: men, women, kids, pets, home
Vinted is a Europe-based second-hand website with men’s and women’s clothing and accessories, plus a robust kids’ section stocked with everything from clothes to toys, games, strollers and furniture. There’s also a pet section for Fido, plus an entertainment department selling items including video game consoles, books and board games.
- Shop for: everything and anything
Once the non-sketchy version of Craigslist, Ebay is a notable e-commerce site for secondhand and new merchandise. Here, you’ll find merchandise across all categories—Poshmark on steroids, if you will. There’s also a feature Ebay calls The Brand Outlet, which gives discounts on names like Samsonite, ASICS, Zwilling and more.
- Shop for: almost everything
Beni isn’t a buy/sell platform, but rather a plugin (you can get it for Chrome or Safari) that will pull up second-hand alternatives on sites like Poshmark, ThreadUp and Vestiaire when you’re scrolling through, say, Reformation’s latest summer collection. You can filter results by size, brand, platform and more via a popup. See something you like? Just click and Beni takes you straight to the alternative result.
- Shop for: vintage fashion
While you can find a plethora of independent brands on Etsy, in the spirit of second-hand, the platform also features a robust vintage offering. Jewelry, home décor, clothes—whether you want an antique engagement ring or a ‘60s mini dress, chances are, you can find it on the platform.
- Shop for: designer handbags, watches, jewelry
Rebag focuses on accessories: handbags, watches and jewelry. Though, it also offers apparel and shoes if you need a one-stop shop. Peruse brands like Goyard, Givenchy, Burberry, Bottega Venetta, Bulgari, Céline and Saint Laurent. If you buy something but aren’t 100 percent certain, return it within 12 months and you’ll get a credit of 60 to 70 percent of what you paid.
- Shop for: jewelry and watches
Worthy helps you sell jewelry and watches to its network of over 1,000 professional buyers. Although unlike Poshmark, you can’t do any buying on the platform. Worthy will grade, appraise and insure your jewelry before taking care of the auction process. The service is commission-based, so Worthy takes a cut of the final sale price.
12. Sideline Swap
- Shop for: sports equipment
If Poshmark’s had an athletic doppelganger, Sideline Swap, which allows athletes to save up to 70 percent on their sporting goods. (And as every parent knows, all that football equipment adds up.) The site stocks a plethora of new and used gear. Hockey, lacrosse, tennis, baseball and skiing are all popular categories to shop for, but you’ll also find equipment for activities such as fishing and surfing, as well as figure skating, paintball and wrestling.
13. Offer Up
- Shop for: clothes, shoes, accessories, electronics, kids, home, vehicles
Offer Up is a more regulated version of Facebook Marketplace—so if Poshmark also sold cars, essentially. Search results are local, and the platform serves dozens of cities, including Atlanta, Austin, Chicago, Los Angeles and New York. Buyers and sellers can vet each other through verified profiles and user ratings. If you’re meeting up in person to exchange the goods, Offer Up lets you message and schedule via the app and also suggests safe locations to meet.
- Shop for: men’s and women’s designer streetwear
Think Poshmark but edgier with a focus on men’s designer pieces. Brands include Adidas, Alexander McQueen, Comme des Garçons, Dior, Off-White and Supreme. There’s also a dedicated sneaker section where shoppers will find the likes of Balenciaga, Nike and Yeezy.