How to Revamp Your Wardrobe

I am so excited to be teaming up with The Real Real to share with you a great way revamp your wardrobe! Spring is the perfect time for a revamp. It can always be a challenge deciding what to keep, what to let go and what pieces to get to build your dream wardrobe. I love how easy The Real Real made it easy to consign the pieces I no longer had use for and to get new pieces to add to my wardrobe!

I decided to consign two items from my wardrobe. My Tibi skirt which I LOVE but is just a little to big and My Alexander Wang boots that are just to small for me. It’s funny because I bought the skirt right after I had Cannon but I lost the baby weight and definitely should have bought down a size or two. And I swear my feet got bigger after I had him because my Alexander Wang booties all of a sudden felt to small. I am so excited to make room in my closet for new things once these sell. I hear that most items sell in minutes which is so cool. I love that items that I love will find a new home and be used a lot! Also you can earn up to 70% of the sale price of your items.You can see their accepted designer list here.

Alexander Wang boots:


Tibi skirt:



The process was very easy and it was a very positive process for me. I will definitely be consigning with The Real Real again! Below are the steps!

Pick items to consign:



Request a free kit from The Real Real here:

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Go to your local Fedex and ship your items to The Real Real for free and wait to earn money back!




For a limited time The Real Real is offering a $100 gift card to a luxury department store for first time Consigners. Good Luck and let me know what you thought of the process! Have a wonderful day!

This post is sponsored by The Real Real and Shopstyle

Pieces from The Real Real that I have my eye on:


  1. I went through the same thing after having my daughter. She was a late summer baby and it gets into the 90-100 degree temps here in FL and while my ankles didn’t swell, my feet did. I guess they never shrunk back 100% because I’m about 1/4 of a size larger but only notice it in closed-toed shoes/boots. I had to part with one of my favorite pairs of Tory Burch wedges which I sold on eBay at the time. Glad to know more about The Real Real. 🙂

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