4. Clothing Swap Meetups – If you’d prefer to swap live and in person, try Meetups. This ultra-easy website will allow you to search by your city or zip code for local Clothing Swap get togethers. Bonus: you’ll make new friends while you’re at it! The site is free to use and will allow you to arrange for a swap between your personal group (friends, church, school, whomever!) as well. ClothingSwap.com is another good in-person swap choice. They’ve been around for 15 years and their events can combine cocktails and mini spa experiences, but they’re more common in cities such as San Francisco. At the end of their events, all unclaimed items are donated to local non-profit shelters and charities to help those in need.
5. Rehashed Clothes – One of the great features of Rehash Clothes is the ability to join groups. Form communities of like-minded individuals with similar styles and interests. You can have groups for locals in your area and set up live swapping events, or groups of people who wear your same size.
Similar to Zwaggle, you can upload your items and designate whether they will be swapped with a group or with the large community. Create a list of what you’re in search of and let the system notify you when it becomes available. Rehashed Clothes is also a very intuitive website, allowing users to drag and drop items they are willing to trade. Similar to SwapStyle and Dig N Swap, shipping arrangements are agreed to between the two users.