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September 23, 2019

The Pros and Cons of Selling on Poshmark vs. eBay

I've been selling on eBay since 2010 and on Poshmark since 2012, but lately, I've been using both platforms much more frequently to sell jewelry, clothing, and footwear. While there are many benefits to both platforms, I thought I'd share the pros and cons of each. Let's get started with the advantages of selling on Poshmark. 

If you're not familiar, Poshmark is one of the most popular apps for selling fashion, home goods, makeup, and clothing for the whole family. 

The pros of selling on Poshmark are:

It's easy and fast to create an account and add new listings to your closet.
They use flat rate shipping with USPS so all you have to do when you sell an item is print your labels and ship your items in non-flat rate boxes. (No weighing things, no worrying about calculating the shipping cost like on eBay.)
They take their 20% fee out of your balance so unlike eBay, you never owe them money at the end of each month or billing cycle.
It's a very interactive and social platform that allows you to connect with other Poshmark users. 
They host great events (Posh Parties and Posh Fest) and they support their large network of users with enthusiasm.
Their customer service is fast, knowledgeable, and efficient.
Buyers are charged immediately when they make a purchase or when their offer is accepted. (No unpaid item issues arise like with eBay.)

The cons of selling Poshmark are:

Buyers are sometimes more social and less serious about buying. They like items with no intention of buying them. 
Most buyers ignore the offers that sellers send to them once they like a listing.
Buyers almost never use the "Buy Now" button and make offers instead. (Lowball offers tend to prevail.)
Poshmark takes 20% of each sale over $15 and $2.95 for each sale under $15. 
Designer and luxury items don't sell well on Poshmark because in my experience, the average shopper spends about $30.
As a seller, you can't rate or leave feedback for your buyers.
If you add listings to your closet on the weekend, you'll be inundated with spam bot messages of fake users leaving e-mail addresses and asking you to e-mail them because they or their mom/daughter etc. want to buy your item. Block and report these losers immediately. 
For now, Poshmark only covers the U.S. and Canada.

Moving on to eBay. It's the old school place to buy and sell just about anything. While there are many other apps to do so, eBay still stands as one of the largest marketplaces for new and secondhand merchandise. As such, it attracts an older demographic but also a worldwide one. 

The pros of selling on eBay are:

Access to a large amount of potential buyers all over the world.
Their final value fees for most categories are less than the 20% that Poshmark takes. 
If you have under 50 listings, you don't incur any listing insertion fees.

The cons of selling on eBay are:

They have lots of fees: listing insertion fees, fees for listing in multiple categories, PayPal processing fees, credit card processing fees, final value fees, etc.
Most buyers ignore the offers that sellers send to them once they watch an item.
Listing items can be tedious due to the slow and constantly changing eBay interface.
Buyers tend to buy more frequently at the beginning of the month.
There's a lot of competition, so this drives prices down.
When buyers don't pay, you can't leave negative feedback to warn other sellers. 
Buyers tend to ignore the "best offer" option when items are priced higher than the competition.
Sellers can't leave negative or neutral feedback for buyers, but buyers can leave neutral or negative feedback for sellers. This renders the feedback system completely useless if you are a seller. If you get a buyer who is abusive, doesn't pay, lowballs you, or constantly messages you with questions that have been answered, you have no way of warning other eBay users. An imbecile such as this could have "100% positive feedback" when in fact they are a nightmare to deal with. 

This is by no means a comprehensive list, but hopefully you'll find it helpful when deciding where to sell your merchandise. 


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August 15, 2019

How To Shop the Target20 Anniversary Collection

By now you may have heard that on September 14, Target is celebrating 20 years of collaborative partnerships with designers by bringing back 300 designs from 20 of their iconic design partners. Go ahead and mark your calendars or set your reminders for Saturday September 14 for the #Target20 collectionTarget is opening its archives and reissuing iconic pieces from 20 past design partnerships in an anniversary collection of close to 300 items including apparel, accessories, home décor and kitchen essentials. The reissued products are the same designs, prints and colors as the original collection items.

September 17, 2019 update - If you are searching for:

the Anna Sui lace dress with velvet bow in size small
the Lilly Pulitzer 'My Fans' shift dress in size 2
the Lilly Pulitzer Girls' shift dresses in 'Fan Dance' or 'Nosey Posie' in sizes XL 
the Lilly Pulitzer 'Nosey Posie' maxi dress in XS
the Lilly Pulitzer 'Fan Dance' makeup clutch/pouch
the Erin Fetherston heart tote bags in red or ivory
the Phillip Lim boom print scarf (42" x 42")
the Missoni colore zig zag cardigan in S
the Missoni blue chiffon mixed media sweater in S

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Target 20 Anna Sui lace dress and Lilly Pulitzer my fans dress


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Prices for this anniversary collection will range from $7 to $160, with most items under $50.  According to Target, "the Anniversary Collection will be available at all Target stores and on Target.com beginning Sept. 14, while supplies last. The assortment and designers will vary at each store. Plus sizes will be available in select stores and on Target.com. On the first day, purchases are limited to 5 each of the same item (same style, size and color)." 

Use this "design partner finder" to find out which designers will be carried at your local stores. Enter your zip code here for a detailed list so you know where to shop ahead of time and where to find plus sizes.




Here's a graphic showing which 20 designers are included in the collection.


Target20 logos

Given the popularity of Missoni, 3.1 Phillip Lim, Altuzarra, Jason Wu, and Lilly Pulitzer, I have a feeling that Target will be a very busy place on September 14.

As always, I'm sharing expert shopping tips for how to score your favorites from the #Target20 collection

Here's an important to-do list before the launch:

1. Bookmark this page now to review the lookbook, browse categories, and prepare to shop.
2. Log in to Target.com.
3. Save your payment and shipping info.
4. "Heart" your favorites now to make shopping easier once the #Target20 collection launches.

5. Read this list of frequently asked questions published by Target.


Lilly for Target boom boom print


 The In-Store Strategy

1. Know where to go.  Plan your shopping well in advance. I've overheard people calling in sick to work just so they could get in line and shop. Be ready to stand in line on Saturday morning. Once it's published, use Target's store locator to find the stores near you that'll stock the #Target20. Use this design partner finder to find out which stores will carry specific designers and plus sizes.

2. Phone it in. Be extra prepared by calling your local store the week before the launch to confirm exactly where in the store it'll be located. It's helpful to know if it will all be merchandised together, or throughout the store. Nobody wants to waste time looking throughout the store for specific pieces.

3. Be an early bird. You know what they say about the early bird, so it's best to be prepared. Stores open at 8am on launch days. I've found in the past that if I arrive by 7:30am or earlier, then I'm able to get what I want due to decreased demand in my geographic region. For shoppers who live in large cities, I recommend going at least 1-2 hours before the store opens if you're really motivated to be the first to shop. For shoppers in more suburban or rural areas, the competition and crowds are reduced, but the selection of goods may be as well. In my experience, stock varies widely from store to store. Sometimes metropolitan area stores and stores in higher income neighborhoods carry a better selection of merchandise. It takes some trial and error to find the best stores in your area, and visiting more than one store (if you can) is advised.

4. Bring a buddy. A family member, friend, or significant other might be able to help you get the pieces you want and help you make smarter purchasing decisions. Or even better, have a dedicated friend tackle one store while you visit another. "Divide and conquer" should be your strategy! Arrange to meet in line at the same time or go to the store together so you're not cutting in line. 

5. Check for go-backs and barter. If your favorite pieces disappear from the racks in a flash, be courteous, be patient, and don't be afraid to chat with employees and other shoppers to politely trade to get what you want! Just respect the rules that they have in store. The fitting rooms are a great place to start.

6. Know your limits. There are quantity limits per person on these collections to prevent buying in bulk, and the return policy time frame is shorter (usually 14 days for purchases made in stores). Be aware of these restrictions in order to prevent any buyer's remorse. 

7. Persistence pays off. Target does not restock these collections, but you can still score your favorites. If you don't find what you want after the launch, check back for returns in the coming 14 days, as many shoppers make returns. Don't forget to check the customer service desk and clearance racks for returns in early and mid May as well. After four or so weeks, the collection might be discounted to 30% (and eventually to 50% or 70%) off, so frequent visits to Target after the launch could really pay off. In mid August 2015, I found some returned Lilly for Target shorts in my size for 50% off. Score! Call your local stores to ask what they have in stock and use #Target20 on social media to buy/trade with others.

8. Consider main line pieces instead. With inflated resale prices on eBay and other resale platforms after the launch, you can likely buy main line designer items for less than the marked up prices. Consider shopping the real deal if you aren't able to get your #Target20 wish list items.

3.1 Phillip Lim for Target dress and bags


The Online Strategy


1. Learn the lookbookStudy the #Target20 carefully to select your favorites, get outfit inspiration, research the sizing, choose colorways, see online exclusives, set a budget, and check the prices. 

2. Play favorites. Make a list or collage of your favorites to help you stick to your budget and prioritize your potential purchases.

3. Know when and how to shop. Be extra prepared by using more than one web browser, mobile device, etc. Refresh your browser often and have patience. I use Chrome for optimal performance. These collections don't launch at a specific time. Expect some glitches and be persistent. Remember that patience is key. (If I was forced to choose between shopping online and in store, I'd shop in store. This allows you to try things on, see the sizing, and not have to deal with website glitches.) 

4. Save your info. As the time to shop online approaches, log onto target.com and have your checkout and payment details saved ahead of time. Bookmark this page now to shop the #Target20 collection. I've found that Chrome works best on my desktop computer. Clear your cart of any items in order to streamline the checkout process. This reduces the chances of having your cart emptied of any out-of-stock items before you can click the "complete order" button.

5. Click quickly. Shop your top pick(s) first and submit your order right after placing in your cart. Do not shop and fill up your cart. Why? Once an item is in your cart, it's not reserved for you. In order to avoid an item being removed from your cart because it's sold out, you need to click quickly and complete your order! That's why I create a prioritized wish list and try to buy my top picks first.

6. Multi-task. While shopping online, be extra prepared by using more than one web browser, mobile device, etc. Sometimes items become available first on the mobile site, and sometimes they don't. Sometimes some shoppers can see certain items while others cannot. Refresh your browser often and have patience. Items tend to pop up and then disappear during the initial launch. Expect some glitches but don't give up. Remember, persistence and patience are key, and you may have to sacrifice some sleep if you're really motivated to snag your favorites. Let's hope that Target's site won't have a Missoni or Lilly Pulitzer meltdown due to demand. 

7. Save your info and get a RedCard. If you don't have one already, then consider getting a RedCard. Why? Target RedCard users enjoy free shipping, an extra 30 days to return certain merchandise, and a 5% discount on purchases. 

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May 23, 2019

How to Shop Giambattista Valli for H&M #Project🖤

As the buzz from vineyard vines for Target dies down, there's a new collaboration to get ready for. Today H and M announced a collection with Giambattista Valli.  Expect to see lots of tulle, dramatic dresses, and even menswear (a first for Giambattista Valli). A limited edition drop will be available to shop at 10 AM EDT on May 25, with the complete collection available on November 7, 2019. 


May 25, 2019 update - Shop the collection below:






Giambattista Valli H&M collection lookbook


The collection, also known as Project Love, will include jewelry, sunglasses, and footwear in addition to fancy dresses. There will also be cargo pants, sweatshirts, and riding coats. Price points will range from $17.99 to $649. Read more about Giambattista Valli and the inspiration behind the collection here.

As the big day nears, you're going to want to have your shopping game plan ready. Having shopped many designer collections over the years, I've learned a few lessons. I'm sharing my shopping tips for how to shop #Project🖤both online and in stores.  

Here's a peek at the pieces that will be available for the pre-drop on May 25, 2019 as modeled by mega influencers Kendall Jenner, Chiara Ferragni, Chris Lee, Ross Lynch, and others. View the rest of the pre-drop here.


Giambattista Valli h&m lookbook May 25

Mark your calendars and set your reminders for 10 AM EDT on Saturday, May 25. Bookmark this page to shop online.


Giambattista Valli h&m project love stores



The Online Strategy


1. Learn the lookbook. Once the lookbook is released, study it carefully to select your favorites, get outfit inspiration, research the sizing, choose colorways, and check the prices

2. Play favorites. Make a Pinterest board, list, or collage of your favorites to help you stick to your budget and prioritize your potential purchases.

3. Know when and how to shop. In the U.S., these collections launch online in the morning at a designated time. Bookmark this page now to shop on May 25. In the U.S., they usually launch online at 7 AM EDT. Unfortunately, the website has crashed in the past. Be extra prepared by using more than one web browser, mobile device, etc. Refresh your browser often and have patience. Expect some glitches and be persistent. Remember that patience is key. (If I was forced to choose between shopping online and in store, I'd shop in store. This allows you to try things on, see the sizing, and not have to deal with website glitches.) 

4. Save your info. As the time to shop online approaches, log onto hm.com and have your checkout and payment details saved ahead of time. Clear your cart of any old items in order to streamline the checkout process. This reduces the chances of having your cart emptied of any out-of-stock items before you can complete your order.

5. Click quickly. Shop your top pick(s) first and submit your order right after placing in your cart. Do not shop and fill up your cart. Why? Once an item is in your cart, it's not reserved for you. In order to avoid an item being removed from your cart because it's already sold out, you need to click quickly and complete your order! That's why I create a prioritized wish list and try to buy my top picks first. Online purchases are typically limited to one item per style per person.

6. Stay social. Check social media channels such as Twitter and Instagram using #Project🖤 for up-to-the-moment shopping updates, product info, and to connect with other shoppers. Find me on Snapchat, TwitterFacebook, and Instagram @thekeytochic for shopping photos, sizing info, and more. 


The In-Store Strategy


1. Know where to go.  Plan your shopping well in advance. I've overheard people calling in sick to work just so they could get in line and shop. As of this writing, there's not much time to plan before the May 25 pre-drop. Be ready to stand in line on Friday night or early Saturday morning (see just how early in #3.) Once it's published, use the store locator to find the stores near you that'll stock the #Project🖤 collection.

2. Phone it in. Be extra prepared by calling your local store the week before the launch to confirm if they'll carry the collection and ask them exactly where you should line up to shop.

3. Be an early bird. You know what they say about the early bird. Stores open at 8 AM (instead of 10am) on launch days. I've found in the past that if I arrive by 4 AM or earlier, then I'm able to get into the first or second shopper group. For example: for Lanvin, I arrived in line around 3am and I was #65 in line. For Marni, I arrived around 2 AM and was #27 in line (after several friends of shoppers arrived and took cuts in front of me.) For Isabel Marant, I arrived before 4 AM and lucky for me, I was in the first shopper group. For Margiela and Balmain, I was lucky enough to able to shop the fashion editor preview parties the night before the launch. For Kenzo and Erdem, I shopped online with relative ease.

4. Play the waiting game and respect the line. For people wanting to shop the Women's merchandise, store employees will pass out color-coded wristbands to the first 420 people in line. They do this several hours before the store opens, with each shopper group consisting of 30 people. Each group of 30 shoppers is allowed ten or fifteen minutes in which to shop the collection in a secure and sectioned-off area of the store. They are strict, and with good reason. The time slot goes by really fast, with employees calling out the time at five minute intervals. It's hectic, crazy, and dizzying. This poses a dilemma if you want to shop both Women's and Men's first thing because the Men's area is open to all shoppers at 8am. Note that all people can enter the store at 8am. In between shopper groups, employees rapidly replenish the merchandise in five-minute intervals. Oh, in case you're not awake yet, there's thumping loud music via a live DJ. Expect long lines at the fitting rooms and people hoarding whole racks of clothes in piles on the floor.

5. Preparation is key (but first, coffee). I bring a blanket/pillow, cozy jacket, phone charger, water, and plenty of healthy snacks to stay energized and comfortable while in line. Bring coffee if needed. I have seen people camp out overnight in tents to be first in line for these collabs. Crazy, yes, and dedicated! For people who live in large cities, I'd recommend going several hours before the store opens if you're really motivated to shop. It really depends on your schedule and how much sleep you're willing to sacrifice. In my experience, stock varies widely from store to store, with flagships in metropolitan areas carrying the best selection.

6. Bring a buddy. A family member, friend, or significant other might be able to help you get the pieces you want and help you make purchasing decisions. "Divide and conquer" should be your strategy! Arrange to meet in line at the same time or go to the store together so you're not cutting in line and you can be in the same shopper group for maximum teamwork. The LanvinxHM faux fur coat and embellished tee would not be mine if not for a dedicated shopping partner. The same goes for the Isabel Marant fringe boots, and I feel very grateful.

7. Check for go-backs and barter. If your favorite pieces disappear from the racks in a flash, be courteous, be patient, and don't be afraid to chat with employees and other shoppers (especially near the fitting rooms) to politely trade to get what you want! Just respect the rules and limits that they have in store.

8. Know your limits. There are quantity limits per person on these collections (it's 1 item per style in stores and 1 item per style online) to prevent buying in bulk, and the return policy time frame is shorter (6 days for purchases made in stores). Be aware of these restrictions in order to prevent any buyer's remorse. 

9. Persistence pays off. H and M does not restock these collections, but you can still score your favorites. If you don't find what you want after the launch, check back for returns in the coming days, as many shoppers take items back to the store. Accessories can't be returned for hygiene reasons, so select them carefully. Don't forget to check the customer service desk and clearance racks for returns. Call your local stores to ask what they have in stock and use #Project🖤on social media to buy/trade with others.

10. Consider main line Giambattista Valli instead. With high resale prices on eBay and other platforms after the launch, you can likely buy main line Giambattista Valli and Giambattista Valli on sale for less than the marked up resale prices. Consider shopping the real deal or the alternatives below if you aren't able to get your #Project🖤wish list items.

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May 18, 2019

Vineyard Vines for Target Review and Alternatives

After a night of limited sleep, I went to Target to shop the vineyard vines for Target collection and write this shopping review. This location I visited did not stock many items, and when I arrived at 7:45 am, the only humans visible were Target employees. I chose this store because I knew it would not be crowded or competitive. I'm on the West Coast, where vineyard vines is not as popular as the East Coast. My geographic area is more of a Patagonia meets Lululemon consumer, hence the lack of frenzy. As the Target doors opened, there were a handful of calm women at the entry ready to shop. Here's what the store looked like as I approached the merchandise. Whaley, cute, especially the childrenswear that shoppers in my store largely ignored. 


vineyard vines for target review

Every day should feel this good, right? Well, it depends on how your shopping experience went.

In the Fitting Room:

These are the only two Women's dresses my store stocked. The ruffle V-neck dress pleasantly surprised me with its flattering fit, cotton fabric, easy side zip, and pockets. The fabric is like seersucker and it's partially lined. I'm wearing my true Target size, a small, and it's ever so slightly loose under the arms. It's a good buy at $35. 

The striped knit crewneck dress is also a size small, but was too shapeless for me taste. The pockets fall right at my hip, which is unflattering. It was really comfortable, a medium weight, and made of a cotton blend. I'd size down for a body con fit or take your regular Target size for an easy, loose fit. 


vineyard vines for target white ruffle V neck dress and striped dress

Pros:

The tote and duffel bags were heavy duty and quite large.
The Women's V-neck ruffle dress is quite flattering and looks more expensive than it is.
The childrenswear has really adorable prints and colors.
Dresses are made of cotton and looked well made.
Sizing was inconsistent across product categories. This graphic tee runs big.

Cons:

Items sold out online within minutes. Less than five minutes, to be more exact. Those Women's striped pants? Gone, before you could say "every day should feel this good."
Target needs to place stricter quantity limits online.
Store selection varies by location. My location was very limited.
The striped sleeveless dress did not work for me because the pockets are bulky and the length was unflattering.
The polo shirts didn't look as nice or structured as I was hoping.
I would have liked more clothing and footwear (and fewer home goods) in this collection. 
Single use products such as napkins and plates seem tone deaf to eco-conscious consumers and to the planet.
No plus-sized apparel in stores. (Target, you're really missing the mark here.)


vineyard vines for target review


Shopping Tips and Alternatives

If you joined me on Twitter to shop the #vineyardvinesfortarget collection, I hope you scored all your must-haves. On the other hand, if you weren't able to get your favorites, I'm sharing alternative shopping methods and similar items to help you get ready for a fun and stylish summer.

1. Search the go-back racks. Many of the apparel items that disappeared during the launch may have been rejected once they were tried on, so check stores frequently and diligently in the coming days. Keep an eye in all departments, as merchandise sometimes go back to random areas. Ask the fitting room attendant or another Target team member for help. Persistence is key here.

2. Expect to see returns. The return policy for this collection is 14 days, and REDcard holders get an additional 30 days (for a total of 44 days). It's wise to check for returns a few days after the launch, once online orders have been received and shoppers return unwanted items to their local stores. Inquiring at the customer service desk or calling them to check on vineyard vines returns can't hurt either.


3. Check online. Naturally, there are lots of vineyard vines for Target items available on eBay, Poshmark, and other reseller apps, as long as you don't mind paying more (which I know, defeats the purpose of these collaborations). Not the best strategy, but there's no shortage of vineyard vines for target inventory on eBay right now. As of this writing, there are 2,532 #vineyardvinesfortarget items for sale on eBay, and this number will likely grow quickly the week of the launch.

May 20, 2019 update - There are now over 13,500 items for sale on eBay


4. Opt for the real deal. You know you're getting top quality from a brand you love. Shop vineyard vines on sale right here.








5. Stay updated. Target does not restock these limited collaborations. Visit local stores often for returns. I'll post updates on Twitter and on this post the week of the launch, so bookmark this page. Reach out with any questions or requests, as I shop at Target more than I'll admit. I'm @thekeytochic.

6. Stay social. Use #vineyardvinesfortarget to connect with other shoppers on social media and resale apps for trades, Facebook groups, and personal shopping requests. 

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April 15, 2019

Women's Fila Disruptor 2 Sneaker Review

As a college student, my daily uniform often consisted of track pants and sneakers. I was the queen of casual, and with good reason. Getting from the dorms to class could take half an hour on foot, and then there was that poorly scheduled or located class that was twenty minutes away but started ten minutes after my previous class ended. Lots of exercise, indeed. Sneakers were practically mandatory with that much walking, and not surprisingly, I developed quite the sneaker collection in college. Adidas, Fila, Reebok, Nike... I collected all the brands. While my footwear preferences have expanded since my college days, my love for sneakers has remained constant. So when I saw the Fila Disruptor 2 sneakers in my local shoe store, I had a flashback to the '90s (and my Fila-wearing days) and I knew I had to try them on and share my thoughts on fit and sizing in a review.

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Value

The Fila Disruptor II sneakers have a chunky Buffalo London silhouette that's right in line with all things '90s right now. While the Disruptors have actually been around since the '90s, celebrities like Emily Ratajkowski have recently been spotted wearing them. The traction sole (reminiscent of hiking boots) makes them stand out from other sneaker styles, and adds about 2" of height. Why the popularity? They are priced well under $75, are super comfortable, and are made of leather. Plus, they channel that on-trend dad sneaker vibe and Balenciaga Triple S look for so much less. The price point of $65-$75 makes them widely affordable, if you're lucky enough to be able to find them in your preferred size and color.


Fila Disruptor 2 sneaker street style outfits



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Style


The classic white pair is versatile enough to wear with all kinds of denim, dresses and athletic attire. The chunky molded sawtooth tread and EVA midsole makes them suitable for active pursuits, while the soles feel light and slightly springy on the feet. They have lots of texture, with prominent branding, a padded tongue, and raised eyelets. They manage to make your feet look small due to the chunky shape. This pink pair in on my radar right now, and I'm also eyeing this fun script styleSee more colors and styles here.


Fila Disruptor 2 sneaker review

Fila Disruptor 2 sneaker review


Sizing

As for sizing, the Fila Disuptors for Women run a little small in length. I'm a U.S. size 7, and when I tried it on, I found the toe box and the width to be fine, but I'd go up half a size for length, especially if you plan on wearing them with socks. For thick socks, I'd even go up a full size. 

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