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How to sell your unwanted clothes in Dubai

Turn your pre-loved clothes into cash by selling it here

Sell your unwanted clothes in Dubai

Are you running out of space in your wardrobe? You may want to sell off your unwanted clothes!

If you’re living in Dubai and have plans to turn your pre-loved clothes into cash, we are here to guide you. Here are the best places to sell your unwanted clothes in Dubai.

1. Kiswa

The most convenient way to sell your unwanted clothes is on Kiswa. Used clothes will be picked up free of charge, and you get paid in cash instantly. These clothes are recycled or resold, while helping protect the environment.

sell your unwanted clothes in Dubai
Kiswa representatives weighing clothes – Kiswa UAE service

Clothes are weighed on pick-up, and customers are given cash for each kilogram of their giveaways. Also it’s not just clothes, you can also sell your unwanted shoes, bags, bed sheets and soft toys.

Customers across UAE can place a pick-up appointment on the website or using WhatsApp on 0569708000. Kiswa representatives collect the extra clothes from your doorstep within 24 hours.

2. Thrift for Good

Ready for a serious wardrobe declutter? Operating in partnership with non-profit charity Gulf for Good, Thrift for Good is Dubai’s only official charity shop, where your donated clothes, books, and accessories are sold to raise money for Gulf for Good.

How to sell your unwanted clothes in Dubai
Thrift for Good

You can exchange your men’s, women’s, and children’s clothing as well as textiles, bags, shoes, and books in return for store credit (Dhs10 per bag). 

Level B1, Building 8, Golden Mile Galleria, Palm Jumeirah, Dubai, +97145693086

3. Bazaara

Bazaara allows customers to browse, buy and sell gently used clothes, accessories and even homeware from the comfort of home. Bazaara allows its users to turn their closet and household clutter into cash.

You have to download the app (available on Google play and Apple app store) to your mobile phone, and upload a photo of the item they wish to sell, post a description and price, and then sit back and let the app do the rest. Once you receive a sales request from a buyer, you can either counter or accept the request.

How to sell your unwanted clothes in Dubai
Bazaara app

Once your item is sold, Bazaara will send a courier to collect it and deliver it to the new owner, while the money is electronically transferred.

4. Retold

Retold is a pre-owned fashion boutique in Dubai,  that’s home to a variety of high-street and designer womenswear brands.

How to sell your unwanted clothes in Dubai

Deliver your unwanted clothes to the store in like-new condition, and they  inspect, photograph, display, and sell your items for you, in return for store credit.

Warehouse 11, Red Crescent Compound, 6th Street, Al Quoz, Dubai.

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5. Reems Closet

Reems Closet sells your pre-loved bags, shoes, accessories, and clothes at various prices depending on their condition.

They sell your items in return for cash or store credit. You can shop at their Jumeirah Plaza branch or, for discounted prices, find them at La Brocante, Al Quoz once a month (Reem has a consignment stand with La Brocante).

How to sell your unwanted clothes in Dubai
Reems closet

Reems Closet was one of Dubai’s first vintage resale boutiques, opening in 2008.

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6. The Luxury Closet

The Luxury Closet is the biggest luxury marketplace in the Middle East. The online boutique sells pre-loved luxury items like handbags, clothes, watches and jewellery from top luxury brands such as Cartier, Chanel, Gucci, Louis Vuitton and Rolex.

How to sell your unwanted clothes in Dubai
The Luxury Closet

You have to create an account and upload pictures and other details of the item you wish to sell. After intensive market research, The Luxury Closet will suggest a price range for the item. If you agree, they will collect the item, and authenticate, and photograph it before listing it online. The in-house team is trained to verify the authenticity and the condition of the luxury products which ensures that only 100 percent authentic items are put on sale.

The Luxury Closet, Al Barsha, Dubai; 800 589