Are there any consignment shops where you live? Or if they're work type clothes then donating to a charity for disadvantaged women going back to work would be a good choice. Do you have enough for a yardsale? And are you in a good location for yardsales?
Yardsale or swap meet first. Tis the season after all.
If you are needing to get rid of it due to a move or something then donate the remainder to charity, or sometimes women's shelters can use lightly used clothing. I suppose you can sell clothes on CL but I'd rather use a consigment shop.
LOL, I just posted about selling my stuff on eBay on Viny's thread.
It depends on what you have. I'm decluttering and stuff that will fit in s USPS flat rate box gets listed on eBay. Listings are free, pay only if it sells. I start most of my stuff at $10 with $25 Buy it Now.
It is amazing what people buy. Next week I'm trying my dad's very ugly new in box ties.
Bigger stuff gets listed in our local paper. Ads for stuff under $50 are free.
If it doesn't sell in 2 or 3 tries it goes to GoodWill.
Nice clothes go to the consignment shop
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Freecycle works for us. BEST ever was the day someone came to pick up our old sofa about 1 hour before the new one was delivered. Just time to get the area vacuumed.
Just had the old non-working grill, an old sump pump and metal springs and strapping from an old carriage taken away by a scrap metal collecting boyscout troop making money for their camp fees.
It's also be great for our Op Quiet Comfort Quilt project - turning used jeans into quilts for wounded soldiers. We often get like new jeans that are not 100% cotton - which we freecycle. Folks who need the jeans get them and low effort on our part to find them new homes.
If you are e-bay-ing... make sure you check what similar items actually brought, not just what they are asking. We found a lot of our stuff wasn't selling.
I guess it depends on what you're selling. I've had good luck with Craigslist lately. Ebay seems to depend on what I'm selling and when. Plus there are fees to list, fees when you sell, and fees from paypal. Sucks.