How many of the clothes in your closet do you wear regularly? If there's a bunch that you haven't even considered using in more than a year, then it's time to get rid of them. Don't worry, it's not a total waste—if no one in the family wants hand-me-downs, you can earn extra cash by selling them online. You can even use the money to fund your next out-of-town adventure! 


Here are a few e-commerce sites you can try that will make things easier for you: from helping you create a simple store interface to sorting the little things like shipping processes. Remember, that stash of clothes is actually money sleeping in your closet!

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Carousell is an online marketplace that will take you less than a minute to start selling. All you need is to snap a photo of the item and upload! Tag it with the appropriate category and shoppers will immediately flock to your shop since the site allows members to join in groups that share the same interests.


Like Carousell, Shopee easily lets you upload items you are ready to sell, provides effortless ways of reaching your customers through strong online support, and helps you manage your logistics by coordinating on your behalf when it comes to shipping the items.



If you want to take your online garage sale up a notch, you may want to head on over to Shopify. This e-commerce site lets you set up a fully customizable website, online store, and blog so you can also control the overall aesthetic of your online store. Plus, you can also get your own domain name that you can easily share with your friends!

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