Recently launched shopping app, Poshmark is throwing a live Posh Party this Wednesday, June 27 at J Bar. The event is basically a meet up for women who want to consign their frocks and accessories and have a little social time – drink in hand.
A new crop of websites and apps with names like Copious.com, Threadflip, HipSwap and Poshmark are trying to make selling more social, connecting with networks like Facebook and Twitter to help buyers and sellers feel more comfortable.
Now thanks to this new iPhone app-do-hickey called Poshmark, you can buy and sell used clothing on your own time instead of doing a drop-off at some random consignment house.
Launched in December with $3.5 million in funding led by Mayfield Fund, Menlo Park’s Poshmark allows iPhone users to download its mobile app, snap images of clothing and accessories, and quickly post them for others to like, comment on, share on social networks or buy. Socializing in a virtual space may be part of the experience, but the ease with which users can buy and sell is, perhaps, even more of a draw.
Sometimes someones style makes you want to raid their closet. A Menlo Park-based startup lets you do that right from your smartphone. Poshmark is an online consignment store where fashionistas can buy and sell clothing and accessories in all styles, sizes and prices.