By Poshmark, Inc.

  • Category: Shopping
  • Release Date: 2011-10-13
  • Current Version: 3.04
  • Adult Rating: 4+
  • File Size: 74.27 MB
  • Developer: Poshmark, Inc.
  • Compatibility: Requires iOS 10.0 or later.
  • App Ratings:
    4.5/5 ( 152,352 Reviews)
  • Price:
Poshmark App Ratings: 4.5
Total 152,352 Reviews

Poshmark App Description

Poshmark is the leading marketplace to buy and sell fashion. ***Shop over 5,000 brands in every size—including plus size, petites, and juniors—at up to 70% off retail ***Sell and turn your closet into cash. List your items for free! Shop. Sell. Style. Party. SHOP Whatever you’re shopping for, Poshmark’s got it—for much less than at discount clothing retailers and outlets like Nordstrom Rack and TJ Maxx. With over a million dollars worth of new and gently used merchandise added to the marketplace daily, you will find amazing fashion and beauty finds from the hottest brands like Louis Vuitton, Michael Kors, MAC Cosmetics, Nike, Brandy Melville and more! STYLE Need ideas for what to wear to your next date or that upcoming wedding? Do you hate getting dressed in the morning? Poshmark has millions of of outfit ideas for you. Shop the personal style and closets of other Poshers today, or request to be styled by your favorite Stylist! SELL: CONSIGN YOUR CLOSET Do you have items in your closet that didn’t work out? Maybe a designer handbag, statement shoes, or even your old wedding dress you wore once and won’t ever wear again? Poshmark is the #1 online consignment solution for a girl to sell her unwanted clothing in order to buy new things she’s coveting, providing an alternative to Goodwill and other consignment stores like Buffalo Exchange. 1 in 50 American women have their closets open for sale on Poshmark—you could be next! PARTY Party on the go, no matter where you’re at! Join the thousands of women who come together three times a day, seven days a week to participate in our themed virtual Posh Parties. Create new listings, share and shop together! Have Tory Burch, Forever 21, or Zara on the brain? There’s a party for you. WHAT PEOPLE ARE SAYING “I’m obsessed with the shopping app Poshmark.” —Refinery 29 “I have saved so much money shopping on Poshmark, I don’t think I’ll ever pay full retail again.” —Caroline, a Poshmark user “It was such a hassle dropping clothes off to Goodwill and other consignment shops, plus who wants to throw out a perfectly good purse that you know another woman will LOVE?” —Crystal, a Poshmark user “I tried Vinted, Threadflip, and Thredup, but nothing sold — girls on those apps don’t want to spend much. On Posh, on the other hand, there are so many eager girls ready to shop my closet!” —Justine, a Poshmark user Don’t waste another precious moment with other discount fashion retailers or consignment solutions. Poshmark will change the way you shop for clothing and fashion. Try us out today!


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Poshmark App Reviews

  • Love it

    By simplyxblanca
    I love how I can sell my clothes
  • Nonexistent Customer Service

    By Rhett E
    Selling on Poshmark is fine until something goes wrong. I sold 3 items as a “bundle” (something Poshmark promotes). The buyer said the sizing was wrong on one of the items so Poshmark granted her return. Well, the buyer returned one item and kept the other two (against Poshmark’s rules. If you purchase in a “bundle,” all items have to be returned). Poshmark assumed she returned all 3 items, so they refunded her full purchase price. So now the I am missing two very nice items ($$$) and have zero dollars from the sale. I have been emailing Poshmark daily and have received no response or support. Calling is out of the question because they don’t have a customer service phone number. They also do not have a live chat option. Sellers beware! You’re better off to stick with eBay where they actually will talk to you on the phone and answer your emails. (For the record, I have never written a review for anything before. I just can’t believe a company as big as Poshmark has customer service that is this terrible. Others need to know).
  • Authentication is BS

    By azaloka
    Poshmark is such a money hungry company. They take 20% of what you sell. I purchased/sold over 50 items in the last two months. Received a few fake items and requested it be returned because it was an obvious replica (Givenchy Jacket). Well, posh claims that their “Gevinchy specialist” says there’s no reason to believe it’s not authentic. So, I to prove those idiots wrong, I went out to buy the exact jacket at a big retailer and sent comparison photos to PayPal. The serial number was fake, stitching was poor, spare thread everywhere. For the “Givenchy specialist” to say it’s authentic is beyond me. You don’t need to be a specialist to tell it’s a fake. They’re all about making money. They emailed me saying I could always resale it on Poshmark again if I dont like it. What? So you can make another 20%. Doesn’t even make sense. Well, got my money back through PayPal and bought two new jackets from big retailers. Don’t waste your time with this stupid company. Only headaches. AND they have no phone to call or someone to talk to it’s all by email. That’s their way of choosing who to respond to. Go figure!
  • Add closet feature

    By Employee1234
    I like the app but the inability to rearrange my closet without “sharing” items over and over again is AWFUL. Please update with the ability to move my own items around in my closet. Sincerely An Ambassador With Way To Much Stuff To Move Around
  • Too many scammers

    By Yairisss_
    Too many scammers. Got scammed $90
  • No customer service

    By kimyeeeeeeww
    Don’t waste your time
  • I don't even know how I already made $5,490?

    By Posher Who Has Made $3,682!!!
    But I totally did, and you could too!! Here's your first $10 on me, using code " JULIA_ROSE_BTQ " 😉 You're Welcome!
  • Rip off

    By aspingy
    A purchased an item. The seller lied and said it was XL and it was actually a L. They also took 7 days to ship the item. I filed a claim with the app and went on vacation the day I received item. They emailed me back stating I had 3 days to return item. I explained I was on vacation and the seller just had a week to ship I need more time. They refused and released the funds to seller. So the seller got paid and I got stuck with an item I cannot fit into. Wouldn’t recommend using this app.
  • I feel like it’s open ground to be ripped off

    By khart30516
    I agree there are some great deals on this app but I just don’t understand when a seller tries to sell a bag at her price of 125, when the original price of the bag is 80 bucks. That same user is also trying to sell a keychain for 25 when it’s only 12. Maybe I’m not getting the whole “hustle” of things but I thought this app was supposed to be for the amazing deals and all I’m seeing is greedy sellers trying to make more than what the item is actually worth.
  • Things to know

    By UlberC
    I started using posh as I was tired of donating clothes. Here’s what you need to know: Posh takes a hefty 20% commission. It seems to include tax although it’s still a high fee. When someone likes your item you are expected to make them an offer which includes paying for some of the shipping. Once you’ve made an offer you next offer will need to be lower. To get around this delete the item and repost it. Sellers shouldn’t be forced to pay for any of the shipping when negotiating unless they really want to. There’s a flat shipping fee that doesn’t take weight into account. So your 7oz package will cost as much as your 2lb package to ship. Posh should offer tiered rates based on weight. There’s an option to offer a discount on bundles which is useless. People will bundle, disregard the discount and make you a lowball offer every time. Posh should limit this by including % off options that do not exceed 30% or not even allow buyer to make offers when a bundle discount is already offered. There should be a limit to not send offers to Sellers thats greater than 30%. This would stop low ballers. Expect items to not move quickly or even to get a like even with thousands of followers. You’ll need to follow people, get others to follow you and share others posted items. It’s a lot of time to spend on selling items only to get $3. On other sites you simply post, haggle and sell. No need to follow folks and spend useless time sharing unless you have absolutely nothing better to do. I’ve sold 80% more in half the time and making more than $3 an item on other sites. Price items by building in the 20% fee, shipping and room to haggle. That way you don’t wind up with only $2 for a $7 item. You can get that $2 by itemizing donations on your taxes. Just keep your donation receipts.