Where to Sell Your Used Maternity Clothes for Extra Cash

 

Wondering where to sell maternity clothes once your baby arrives? Check out six great websites that will take those old pregnancy fashions off your hands!

Wondering where to sell maternity clothes? After the birth of your baby, you won’t need them anymore (unless you’re planning on having more kids, of course), but what do you do with them? Why not sell them and make some extra cash? After all, you’re going to need all the extra funds you can get for all that baby gear that you didn’t get at your shower! Here are some great places to sell your maternity clothes.

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Where to Sell Maternity Clothes

Tradesy– Tradesy was established in 2012 with just 7 employees. Since then, they have been featured in USA Today and The New York Times as well as on Good Morning America and CNBC. They provide you with a fast, easy and convenient method for selling your maternity clothes. It takes under a minute to list the clothing you want to sell. When you sell an item, Tradesy keeps a small commission for 9%, then you withdraw the rest via PayPal or debit card.

Kid to Kid– Kid to Kid has stores in 25 states as well as Ontario, Canada. It is easy to take your maternity wear to one of their stores and they give you cash or store credit in return.

Clothes Mentor– Clothes Mentor has 138 stores in 29 states with 50 more stores currently being constructed. With Clothes Mentor, you bring in your unwanted or unused maternity clothes and they provide you with a quote for your items. The quote is roughly equal to 2/3 of the original retail price, which you can get as cash back or store credit.

Belly and Babe– Belly and Babe is an online consignment spot for stylish moms and babies. The process to sell your maternity clothes is easy- you just need to package and send your item to them and they will take care of taking professional pictures of your items as well as listing them on their site. Then, you will receive 50% of the final sale price. Belly and Babe has been featured on websites like She Knows and Cool Mom Picks as well as print publications like New Jersey Monthly and The Washington Times.

Motherhood Closet– Motherhood Closet is a maternity consignment online boutique. It was established in 2012 and has been successful in the consignment world. All you have to do is send them your maternity items using the free shipping label and instructions they provide you. Then, you earn up to 80% for the items sold.

Swap.com– Swap.com is considered to be the largest online consignment and thrift store. The website was established in 2013 and today, they have more than 1,000,000 items including maternity, baby, kids, women and men’s apparel along with toys, games, baby gear, books and movies. To sell your maternity items, they will send you a packaging box and shipping label and you send them your items, which they will photograph and list on their website.

Do you know where to sell maternity clothes that we missed? Share in the comments!

23 thoughts on “Where to Sell Your Used Maternity Clothes for Extra Cash”

  1. These are cool ideas. I was already overweight when I got pregnant, so I didn’t have to buy many maternity clothes. Just a bathing suit and a few outfits. But for people who bought a lot and have no need for them anymore, it’s nice to have so many options.

  2. I never really had maternity clothing but this is so helpful. A lot of people have no idea what to do with them after.

  3. I gave away most of my maternity clothing to friends, but most wanted them for future. None were pregnant until YEARS later, so it would have been nice to know about these back then!

  4. I was just going through my closet, and I found a bunch of maternity clothes to get rid of. Thanks for sharing this! Now I might be able to make some extra moola.

  5. Oh wow I had never heard of most of these outlets! This is a great resource for selling maternity clothes, very helpful

  6. I didn’t know there were specific ‘stores’ I can sell them! I only got a few but I’ll probably try to sell them there. 😀 Thanks for the info!

  7. Wow! So many great places to sell your maternity clothes. I gave mine to a friend who was pregnant soon after I had my baby.

  8. I think it is a great idea to sell your maternity clothes. I will have to share this with my friend that just found out she is expecting. She will need to buy some clothes soon.

  9. Great information! So many new moms are eager to be done with their maternity clothes as soon as possible once they deliver, they miss their “regular” clothes, and the money can definitely come in handy to help cover the new expenses of a baby.

  10. I’ve still got a box in the garage that I need to get rid of. I hoped more of my friends would have babies, but I think we’re all done.

  11. Such a helpful post! It’s great to know that there are sites that you can sell your maternity clothes. Thank you for sharing!

  12. This is such a nice post for mothers. It is difficult to decide the best route to donate clothing in general.
    Thanks for this reference and I am sure it will be helpful to the mothers out there. I plan on sharing this with my sister.

  13. I have used places like Plato’s Closet and online garage sale sites to sell maternity clothes. They’re usually pretty popular when posted because they’re not sold often.

  14. We have a Kid to Kid in our town and we love it. We buy all kinds of things there and then just sell it back when we’re done!

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