Things have picked up, although I’m not sure if it’s because I’m listing more new items. Whatever the reason, it’s very motivating.
I had a total of 83 auctions listed; of these, 35 were re-listings. I had 29 sales for the week; and here are my best sellers:
FRESH PRODUCE Women Black Cotton T-Shirt Shift Dress XL – sold $10.50
COLUMBIA Sportswear Men's Black Waterproof Ski Pants M –sold $15.99
Fresh Produce Women's Aqua Floral Knit SL Dress Size M – sold $17.50
GARLO Women's Black Full Length Hooded Open Front Coat L – sold $19.99
FRESH PRODUCE Women's Cotton T-Shirt Shift Dress Sz XL – $20.50
EILEEN FISHER Women's Brown Linen A-line Skirt Sz M – sold $25.25
EILEEN FISHER Women's Cream Linen Pants Sz XL – sold $31.99
… and my TOP seller was:
TIBI HYLAND Women's Silk Art Print Shift Dress Sz L – $41.00
I’d never heard of Tibi Hyland when I bought the dress for $2.50 at the SA, but it was 100% silk and it just *felt* like a quality item. There are many high-end designers whose designs sell at high end boutiques or department stores, but I am not “in the know” and am totally unfamiliar with their labels.
So when I run across an unfamiliar label, I know the item will be from either a cheap discount store or a high-end boutique. This TIBI dress was gorgeous and it just exuded quality. A quick Google search proved I was right!
Designer Amy Smilovic started her label in 1997 while living in Hong Kong. Her penchant for bold color prints in easy to wear styles soon took off. What began as four easy styles in hand printed fabrics quickly turned into a full collection that now sells in nearly every destination around the world. Amy and her husband left Asia in 2000 and relocated Tibi to a loft space in Soho, New York. (From Tibi.com)
The white TIBI label above is the current label, which includes the words “New York”. The green TIBI label in the previous picture is the one that was on my dress, which I believe was pre-2000 before Amy moved to New York. I just LOVE finding great treasures at the thrift store!
I still had a couple bags of clothes to list so I didn’t make my weekly trip to the thrift store. Here’s the bottom line for Week #22:
Auction Sales #22:
Cost of Goods:
eBay & PP Fees:
Online sales for Week #22, including eBay store, totaled $437.31. I hope to meet my $4,000 goal next week! Now THAT’S cash for trash!