How much will I earn when selling my Louche clothes?
Most recent payouts for Louche
How to sell Louche with thredUP
Here’s how to Clean Out in three easy steps.
Fill your bag
Drop in high-quality women’s and kids’ clothing, handbags, shoes, fashion jewelry, and accessories from over 35,000 brands.
Send it off
Leave your bag for your mail carrier or drop it off at any FedEx Office or USPS location.
Feel instant stress relief
Once your bag is processed, you’ll earn cash or credit for the items we accept.
Ask yourself: Would I give this to my best friend?Don't forget, we only accept 40% of items in the average Clean Out Bag.
We accept items that are:
- Clean, freshly washed
- From a name brand
- On trend and less than 5 years old
- Free of tears, stains, or rips
- In excellent condition
The Scoop on Payouts
All your accepted items will automatically be listed on consignment after a 24-waiting period.You may choose your payout option after your items have been processed.
You'll get a payout after your items sell. You can edit the price of your items at any time.
We'll offer you a lower payout that's available as soon as your items are processed. You have 7 days to accept it.
Check out our Payout Estimator
You'll receive an extra 10% payout on items sold on consignment from luxury designer brands listed over $100. All Luxe items are sold on consignment. You may adjust the price at any time.
How do I get paid?Up to you! You can choose from one or more of the following: thredUP shopping credit, VISA Prepaid card, or cash out on PayPal.
Did you know?
We sell an average of38,000 items per day.
Two Words. Easy. Convenient.
We do the work so you can focus on Order a free kit
All items are put through a 12-point inspection to ensure only the highest quality.
We professionally photograph all accepted items to help them sell as quickly as possible.
We write detailed product descriptions and send items out to buyers so you don’t have to.
thredUP empowers women to let go of garments they no longer need or love, helping them to create more spacious and functional closets.
Cary Fortin & Kyle Quilici
New Minimalism Co-Founders
All unaccepted items are reused or responsibly recycled.
*Excludes Return Assurance items.