I made £100 in just one day on Vinted – here's how I did it and my top tips so you can do the same | The Sun

IT'S fast becoming one of the most popular ways to sell second-hand items.

And one Vinted pro has shared her top tips for using the site, after she used it to make £100 in just one day.

Evie took to her TikTok page to post a slideshow of images alongsideher suggestions, kicking off with "list everything!"

"What you think won't sell most probably will," she said.

Her next tip is to take pictures of yourself wearing the clothes you're selling.

"It looks 10 times better than it hung up on a hanger," she added.


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And, to avoid any postage confusions, make sure you've put each label with the correct item.

"It can get confusing when sending 10+ items at once," she said.

Lastly, Evie says you should always "check your postage settings so they are convenient for you".

People quickly took to the comments section to weigh in, with one writing: "That's amazing!"

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But others revealed their issues with the site, with one writing: "I sold nothing so many clothes to sell nobody buying, listed in January".

"I sent like 5 orders before and got 2 wrong," someone else admitted.

"I sent them the wrong places".

Vinted has become hugely popular with people looking for certain items, and even parents looking to kit out their kids.

Rhianna Nicol, from Fife, is a superfan of the site and has kitted out son Ruaridh in second-hand clothes since he was eight weeks old.

"I sell my son's baby clothes and then use the balance to buy the next size up," she said.

"It means I don't need to keep paying for a brand new wardrobe every couple of months.

"It saves so much money when babies grow so fast and you can basically trade clothes.


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"Just keep buying and then selling on each kids size as they grow and you'll never need to buy a full brand new wardrobe again.

"I just leave the money in my Vinted balance and use it when I need to buy him more."

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