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Mashable
“Ebay a Hassle? Check Out This Platform for Secondhand Fashion.”
Teenvogue
“Flip through the site's clear images of edited products (imagine if Instagram turned into a retail site) and shop everything from vintage Vuitton to new DVF.”
Nbc
“The San Francisco-based company makes it easy to sell and buy clothing with a social media atmosphere.”
Dailycandy
“Shop Threadflip…”
Racked
“Threadflip could be your new favorite bookmark. …the social shopping resale site has a user-friendly format for selling—and buying—used clothes and accessories that is intended to be just as useful as EBay, but way more streamlined and social.”
7by7
“It’s Pinterest meets eBay, and the social shopping aspect lets you Heart favorite items and follow preferred sellers. Threadflip launched featuring picks from leading ladies like Tennessee Thomas, the drummer for The Like, and fashion assistant and street style star, Preetma Singh. You can peruse items from their actual closets and get styling tips – some items are so cute you wonder why they’d want to get rid of them but one woman’s trash is another’s treasure right?”
Latimes
“If you’ve ever lusted after unused items in a friend’s closet, here’s your chance. Threadflip, a San Francisco start-up that launched this week, aims to give users a new way to discover, buy and sell fashion.”
Cnnmoney
“Threadflip, a San Francisco-based fashion discovery site, has raised $1.6 million in seed funding. First Round Capital and Baseline Ventures co-led the round, and were joined by Dave Morin, Forerunner Ventures, and Andreessen Horowitz Seed Fund.”
Refinery29
“This is a brand-spankin’-new way to clean and organize your closet — that’s actually fun. It’s a unique way for stylish ladies to trade in their unwanted wares… We’ve seen an exciting range from Paul Smith to Prada, vintage to Vuitton, and everything in between — all at a fraction of the original price.”
Lucky
Threadflip launches 'white glove service': the easiest way to sell used clothes online
Fashinvest
Startup Social Shopping Site Aims to Capture “Fashionista” Market
Teenvoguefashionclick
“Threadflip…reminds me of Etsy, but is exclusively for fashion and style. Users can buy, sell, and share styles they love or fashion they’re ready to part with.”
Nytimes
“A marketplace for users to buy and sell unwanted clothes and accessories, Threadflip features an intuitive interface that’s designed to make converting closet clutter into cash a cinch.”
Techcrunch
“A meticulous approach to user-friendly design and community enhancing elements like personalized profiles and recommendation make Threadflip a more inviting place for budding fashionista to shop, making eBay — where you can buy both Louboutins and a toaster, seem cold and impersonal.”
Gigaom
“For many women, the closet can become a place for outfits they no longer wear, leaving little room for items they’d like to buy. Threadflip, a new social marketplace for clothing, is launching today to help address that dilemma, giving women a way to sell their fashion while finding new styles to buy from other members.”
Allthingsdigital
“Threadflip is a new marketplace coming out of private beta today that is making it insanely easy to sell used clothes, shoes, jewelry and other accessories online.”
Betakit
“Threadflip, however, goes above and beyond…offering a very targeted approach to a specific market (women with higher-end taste in clothing and accessories), and also through its special “White Glove” service, which is an offering that provides users with the ability to send their products in to Threadflip, and have them photographed and listed by the company’s own staff.”
Vator
“Threadflip raises $1.6M seed from VC luminaries.”
Pando
“We live in a world where bricks and mortar eBay stores exist because people are too busy, lazy or confused to list their own stuff. Threadflip is a new site designed to fix all of that.”
Vogue
“Say you were bearish on boho—until you weren’t. (Threadflip) works like an online clothing swap, letting users post photos of clothes and accessories to exchange for cash or for credit on the site. Make a deal, and you’ll receive a care package with hang tags and a box with a shipping label already attached to send your pre-loved finds on their way to their new home, or should you need a little extra assistance, there’s soon to be a concierge service to mail in all of your closet clutter and let Threadflip take care of the rest.”