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1. Hey, Seattle Poshers! Poshmark is coming to town next week for a fun community meet up! Join us Thursday, 4/24 for a night of mingling with fellow Poshers and the Poshmark team, sipping on yummy cocktails and tons of fashion fun! Rsvp HERE

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2. Poshmark has been nominated for a Best Mobile App Award-WOO! Show us your PoshLove by taking 5 seconds (literally) to vote for us, find out how on this post

3. Twitter, InstagramPinterest, Google+…our addiction to social media is real and the best part is getting to interact with our amazing community everyday. Be sure to follow us for behind the scenes, inspiration, the best deals on Poshmark and more!

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4. What a week! Our friends over at Pop Sugar wrote this amazing guide to buying and selling on Poshmark and it brought the biggest smile to our face. 

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5. The holiday weekend is here! Enjoy some festive treats, family time and of course, shopping on Poshmark! See you on the app! 

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The ladies of Poshmark are obsessed with shopping the Showrooms, and this week we’re featuring their top picks for all things spring and summer festival-ready! Read on to learn what a few of the members of the Community team can’t wait to purchase for their next weekend music festival affair.

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Showroom: Karen Walker Sunglasses Showroom
She says: Statement sunglasses are a must for festival fashion! You can’t go wrong with classic tortoise and a modern geo frame! These shades will help you stay stylish and protected the whole day!

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Showroom: Coach Handbags Under $100
She says: Old school fanny packs are making a come back!  Love the vintage style camel colored leather!  And you can rock out hands free the entire festival. Functional and fashionable!

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Showroom:
 Brandy Melville Under $50 
She says: I love more urban and ethnic inspired looks! These pants have an awesome tribal print and abstract scribble design! Comfy and chic paired with a crop top, and even an oversized knit for breezier days. These pants will take you from day to night, and keep you looking fresh!

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Showroom: Karen Walker Sunglasses Showroom
She says: A pair of oversize shades are a must-have for any outdoor festival—the bigger, the better.

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Showroom: Zara under $50
She says: Soft, flowy, and floral, this open back dress from Zara is made for dancing along to your favorite band.

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Showroom: Crossbody Bags Showroom
She says: A little orange number like this is the perfect hands-free (and worry-free!) bag.image

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Showroom: Zara Under $50 
She says: Rompers have to be my favorite way to explore a festival. Easy, casual, and fuss-free, this one even has a bird on it!

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Showroom: Coach Handbags Under $100
She says: When I’m trekking around all day going from music act to art installation, I want a bag big enough to haul all my gear for the day. This structured backpack will hold all my festival essentials and keep my hands free for dancing!

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Showroom: House of Harlow 1960 Sunglasses 
She says: I am loving the shape and color of these frames. It’ll keep my eyes nicely shaded so I can spot my favorite musician or celebrity in the crowdimage

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We have fallen in love with everything ethereal, relaxed and outdoor festival-chic these days. What’s not to love about distressed fabrics, flowy lines and laid-back glam? Randi gives us an array of pieces that we already want to mix and match for ourselves, but check out her closet for yourself and see if you can leave with just one piece. Happy Shopping! 

1. Feather Necklace - $10 retail $0
2. Zara Suede Short Boots - $38 retail $0
3. 7FAM Cut-Off Embellished Shorts - $50 retail $0
4. Free People Layered Tutu Dress - $60 retail $148
5. Hudson Bleached Zipper Jeans - $85 retail $325
6. Kate Spade ‘Daisy Chain’ Drop Earrings - $38 retail $75 
7. Lucky Brand Leather Cross Body - $60 retail $148
8. 7FAM Buckle Sandal - $60 retail $198

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We hope you had an amazing weekend, Poshers! Whether you were prancing around in the sun at Coachella or laying low and starting on some major spring cleaning, we welcome you back to the work week with tons of style!

Join our fashion influencer Posh Party hosts Baba, Cathy, and Aishah to shop some seriously stylish Host Picks, in addition to our other fantastic line-up of host ladies happening everyday this week! 

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Sunshine’s out and we’re ready to take full advantage of warmer weather! We’ve started shopping for all things bright and adventure-hopping appropriate - check out why we love Grace’s closet for everything Spring-ready…and more! Happy Shopping!

1. Pink Satin Blazer - $25
2. Stella and Dot Palamino Necklace - $75 
3. Alexander Wang Morgan Rocco - $215
4. Lip Stain Sweater - $25
5. French Connection Black Jumpsuit - $50 
6. Rebecca Minkoff Aztec Mac Daddy Crossbody - $179
7. Safari Elephant Shirt - $15 
8. Clarks Silver Cliffrose Sail Boat Shoes - $50 retail 

In honor of one of our favorite designer’s birthday, we wanted to show our PoshLove by sharing a few Marc Jacobs listings that are on our wish list.

Happy Birthday to the one and only Marc Jacobs!

imageMarc Jacobs Bag: $250 (Retail $1200)

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Marc by Marc Jacobs Lucite Sunnies: $100

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Marc by Marc Jacobs Ring: $60 (Retail $88

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Tweed Blazer: $100 (Retail $550

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Marc Jacobs Eugenie Clutch: $259 (Retail: $450)

Want even more Marc Jacobs pieces at a fraction of the price? Shop the entire brand page HERE


Mondays should be fun days! Grab your PFFs and join our Posh Parties happening each and every day!

Join fashion bloggers Kate of All Things Kate, Alexandria of Alex in Hollywood, and Deidre of Frugal, Flirty, Fab in addition to all our fabulous community hosts! See you there! 

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Poshmark always values feedback from the community so we wanted to take this opportunity to hear from a few members in regards to how they’ve handled the recent news surrounding Poshmark’s latest changes, including PoshPost. Read on to learn more!

With the new shipping and commission updates, I’m making more sales now that the shipping rates are lower. I find that even a dollar or two can really make or break a deal when customers are looking to purchase. I don’t feel like I have to increase my prices to maintain my earnings margin because I’m offering higher quality items that are above the $15 mark, so I feel unaffected by the commission changes. Additionally with the shipping rate lowered I feel like Poshmark now allows me to make more sales and not feel pressured to discounting more for customers unhappy with total price of an item plus shipping.

Some things I’ve been adjusting to include using the Not For Sale (NFS) status to show the items in a “preview to come” listing to increase pre-promotion of new items to my followers. I also use it as a hold on items that are bundled until they have been accepted.

A couple of tips that I would offer to Poshers still adjusting with the changes are: use the NFS tags in creative ways for reserves, welcome posts, chatting listings, or party announcements. Also, share the news with your followers and potential customers that shipping rates are lower - it may lead them to making more purchases.

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With the new commission and shipping updates, my customers have been buying more because they are spending less on shipping. In addition, I have been using a five items for $15 promotion and have had more customers spend more than $15 on their bundles. They feel like they are getting more for less and I am making the same profit as the 20% commission (if not more!).

To encourage sales and bundles, I have created my own personalized thank you business cards. The cards state thank you for your purchase please leave feedback and 10% off will be awarded off your next purchase. Makes it simple and fast!

One recommendation that I have for any Poshers still adjusting is to be proactive not reactive about change. Change is a very difficult thing to deal with, and any comments that you make about the changes, Poshmark, or other individuals is a reflection of your closet. You are a brand ambassador for yourself and the Poshmark community. Keep it positive.

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I believe the new shipping and commission updateshave improved morale of the general community, and also increased my sales. I have not actually increased my prices to maintain earnings because careful thought always goes into my pricing. I allow myself a sufficient margin to anticipate trends whether it is changes made by Poshmark or those due to current demand and competition internally and externally (outside of Poshmark). I am now seeing less bundles and more single purchases of higher cost, and I believe this is because the buyer no longer has to “jump through hoops” to get a great deal now. 

One noteworthy change to my Poshing is I have been using the NFS status for inventory management. When I need to know how many available listings I have this gives me a true number since it excludes notes with listings of $0 listing price. It’s a quick tool to be able to know what I’ve sold weekly. Now I have much easier visual inventory control. Defining my unproductive inventory is also quicker now. By using the NFS tool in conjunction with the Filters, I am now able to define the 20% that’s selling and 80% that’s not. I am also able to track trends of each item posted.

My advice for Poshers still adjusting to the updates is first and foremost to have fun! Poshmark is an evolving platform that is consistently listening to its users in order to improve. In this day and age we don’t have the luxury to think rigid. For example when Apple has an upgrade we all know it’s going to be for something better. Poshers that are still adjusting should inherit that same trust.

With our latest release of the app, we introduced two new tools to empower sellers on Poshmark take even more control of their closets, merchandise, and interactions with potential buyers: “My Closet Stats” and “Not for Sale” listing status.

1. “My Closet Stats”: My Closet stats gives you important information about your closet, your sales history, and the experience you are delivering to your buyers. This page and the information included on it is private (for your eyes only!) and meant to help you continue to succeed. To get to your closet stats, click on your profile tab at the bottom right of the app > click on “My Closet Stats.”

We’d love to hear your feedback on this tool, Posh sellers! Please click through to this PM Editor listing and let us know what other information about your closet you’d find helpful for selling more on Poshmark.

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Examples of the type of information you’ll find in “My Closet Stats”:

  • Available listings: The total number of unsold listings available for sale in your closet. Closets with a great number of “Available Listings” are more likely to sell an item to a buyer (we recommend having at least 10 available listings in your closet).
  • Self-Shares: The total number of times you have shared a listing from your closet in the last 30 days. Sharing your listings to your followers and to parties will increase the number of potential buyers viewing the listing and your closet.
  • Listings Sold: The total number of listings you have sold in your closet. (Special kudos if you’re one of the top 10% sellers on Poshmark - keep it up!).
  • Total Earned: The total amount of money you have made through your sold listings on Poshmark, less Poshmark fees.
  • Days to Ship: The average time you have thus far taken to ship your orders to buyers. We calculate the time between when the order was placed and when your package was accepted by the US Postal Service. The faster you ship an order to a buyer, the faster she can start enjoying her purchase! If you delay shipping an order to a buyer, you may harm her purchase experience and reduce the chance she shops your closet again.

2. “Not for Sale” Listings: You now have a clear way to tell buyers which listings are no longer available in your closet. This includes items sold in bundles, reserved listings, notes, or purchases that you just want to share with other Poshers (#PoshFinds!). Listings that are marked “Not for Sale” don’t have a blue “Buy Now” button, but others will still be able to see, like, share, and comment on them.

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To mark a listing as “Not for Sale”: click the “Edit” icon on the listing details page > select “Mark as Not for Sale.”

To make one of these listings available for purchase: click the “Edit” icon on the listing details page > select “Mark as Available.”

Note: Poshmark’s minimum listing price is $3. Listings with a $0, $1, or $2 listing price are automatically set to “Not for Sale” listing status and won’t have a “Buy Now” button. For more info, please check out our FAQs here.

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We are saying “goodbye” to the cold winter months, while welcoming (hopefully) sunny April with open arms! 

Don’t miss out on all the stylish Posh Parties happening this week, and don’t forget to rsvp to our LIVE LA “Spring Fling” Posh Party on Wednesday if you haven’t already.

Here’s to a great week, Poshers! 


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