Welcome to kd Closet! My children, Kayla (the K) and Derek (the D) were my inspiration for kd Closet. I started kd Closet because I love dressing my children in designer clothing, but like most moms, I do not want to spend too much on an outfit my child will wear a handful of times before outgrowing. I began by selling my childrens’ clothing on Ebay. I owned another business at the time and realized I was devoting hours to photographing, writing descriptions of what I was selling, communicating with potential buyers, packaging sales and going to the Post Office to ship items. I had a career, 2 children, a husband, 3 cats, a dog and a house to look after and quickly came to the conclusion it just wasn’t worth the time and effort. But I was looking for a career change and figured there must be plenty of other busy families with gorgeous outgrown clothing just sitting in bins waiting to be brought to Goodwill, so kd Closet was born!
Selling on kdCloset.com gives you an opportunity to clean out your kids’ closets and make money without leaving your house. The process is designed to be quick and easy, after all, who has time to individually tag and list items for a consignment sale? Click here to request a prepaid mailer, fill it with your maternity and children’s fashions that comply with our standards, and drop it at the Post Office or give it to your mail carrier. You will be paid within 30 days of our receipt of the package, regardless of if your items have sold, you literally do not need to leave your house to make money! We have extremely high standards for everything we buy and sell; we only accept higher end brands in pristine condition. When you request your prepaid mailer, you have the option of choosing to have anything we cannot purchase donated or having the unpurchased items returned to you.
I am so excited that you have chosen to check out kdCloset.com! Although my business is buying and selling children’s fashions and I am certainly not an expert on children, I will be writing about my experience with my own children who are now 2 and 3. They are out of the baby stage (FINALLY) but it was recent enough that I can remember pregnancy and labor so we will talk about my very different birth experiences in my next post.