Today, Reshopper was featured on BBC Radio 4's You and Yours programme. Here you can find out a bit more about Reshopper and how you can save money on buying item's for your child or make money by reselling their outgrown items.
Christmas outfit season has approached - but how can you be festive and still fight the throwaway mentality of fast fashion? We have some ideas!
Curious children? How to hide their Christmas presents
So you have been super organised and got the children’s Christmas gifts all sorted before December! Hurrah! But how do you make sure that they stay hidden until Christmas day? Never fear - we have got some tips to get you stashing them away like a Ninja!
The big picture - how spending time on your photos helps to get items sold
No matter the item, a clear picture helps to attract interested buyers. Not sure where to start? Here, Anna and Mille from Reshopper give some handy tips on what can make a saleable photo:
Toy Decluttering ahead of Christmas
If your house already looks like Hamleys, the thought of filling up stockings and buying even more toys is enough to sap any Christmas cheer you might have. Well worry no longer - Reshopper is here! We have some tips to help you clear and sort out your children’s toys and even make some money towards your present fund.
As per the recent news stories linking the use of sleep positioners to babies deaths in the US, Reshopper UK will be removing all listings involving baby sleep positioners.
Do you sell your children's clothes on Instagram? Why not join 350k parents across Northern Europe who use Reshopper to safely and easily trade their children’s preloved items.
We are proud to unveil our new Private Messaging feature!
Organic & Eco certification marks explained
If you have ever wondered what the different logos on your children's clothes, toys or bedding mean, we have a quick guide for you here!
The Reshopper team's best Autumn finds
It's no secret that at the Reshopper office we all really like to buy a lot of children's clothes from Reshopper. We have already started shopping for our children's autumn wardrobe. You have to be early if you want to get the good things!