The world’s largest online consignment store has set up shop inside a local department store.
The Thredup pop up gives shoppers access to like-new looks from popular fashion brands at a fraction of the cost. Thredup which encourages consumers to live in a more collective sharing economy recently teamed up with peeble’s department stores in Manassas, Front Royal and Warrenton, Virginia. ThredUp also gives shoppers an opportunity to give back with their clean out kits used to collect donate gently used clothes.
“I personally like saving money no matter how I can do it. Thred up gives me the chance to try some of those really cool brands that I otherwise couldn’t afford,” Helen bowerman, assistant manager at Peebles said.
“I always come in here and browse around and everytime I come I leave with something although I’m just looking around because they have good sales,” Octavia Pittman, frequent ThredUp shopper said.
For every donation bag, ThredUp makes a donation to Girls Inc., a nonprofit that inspires girls to be strong, smart and bold through direct service and advocacy.