When I really took a look at what brands that Twice was accepting, I knew that I shopped some of them heavily (Gap, Rachel Rachel Roy, Ann Taylor etc). I found some blazers hanging in my closet I had literally worn once, a dress I had never worn and some other items that were impulse buys that never made their way into my rotation. I downloaded and printed a label at home, carefully folded and placed my clothing in a box and dropped that bad larry at the Post Office. (You can also request a free prepaid bag, if you would prefer) Then, I waited for the "offer."
I really did think that everything I sent to Twice was to their standards. Of the 11 items that I sent them, they made an offer on 9 stating that two were dated. I could imagine which two items those were so I was not upset. I could choose to get a specific amount in "cash" or a slightly higher amount as credit in the Twice shop. I know what you're thinking, take the cash! But to look at their site, they do actually have a pretty good selection of clothing from brands I like, ;-) go figure. It was actually a tougher choice than I thought. I did make all that room in my closet after all.
At the end of the day, the clothes that I sent weren't being worn and would have eventually made their way into a donation bag so I did get a little sweet cash back. Whatever Twice did not make an offer on will be donated to the Goodwill (you can receive a donation receipt for your taxes) so I did not to worry about the rejected items. They will find their second home.
I will use Twice again, perhaps more than twice, when I have stockpiled some more clothes I am not wearing. I found it to be a pleasant and seamless experience from what I deem to be a trustworthy site. I am always looking for new life in "old" clothes. Plus, I didn't have to sell my clothes piece by piece on my own, which can be such a pain in butt, believe me, I've done it!
Have you ever tried Twice? What did you think?