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Everything You Need, Nothing You Don’t
Jane Keltner de Valle, fashion news director at Teen Vogue, has all the New York shoe basics covered: animal print sling-backs for Spring, Sorels for snow days, and sensible Roger Vivier buckle pumps for the occasional serious business meeting. The key here is having everything you need and nothing you don’t. If you’re not an organizational expert like de Valle (and you’re finding that your closet runneth over, so to speak), look into eBay’s Selling Assistant service, where the dirty work of getting rid of all those shoes you haven’t worn since 2007 is taken care of for you by a professional. Read more about it here. 
(Photo courtesy of The Coveteur. Text by Jenny Bahn)

Everything You Need, Nothing You Don’t

Jane Keltner de Valle, fashion news director at Teen Vogue, has all the New York shoe basics covered: animal print sling-backs for Spring, Sorels for snow days, and sensible Roger Vivier buckle pumps for the occasional serious business meeting. The key here is having everything you need and nothing you don’t. If you’re not an organizational expert like de Valle (and you’re finding that your closet runneth over, so to speak), look into eBay’s Selling Assistant service, where the dirty work of getting rid of all those shoes you haven’t worn since 2007 is taken care of for you by a professional. Read more about it here

(Photo courtesy of The Coveteur. Text by Jenny Bahn)

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Downsize the Easy Way
Having a closet like J. Crew Creative Director Jenna Lyons can be both a blessing and a curse. On the one hand, you’ve got options in surplus. On the other, you’ve probably got a few pieces that you just don’t use collecting dust in a far, far away corner. eBay is a great way to unload beautiful but unused pieces. If you’re planning on downsizing in bulk, this can be a daunting task, and eBay aims to take the anxiety out of the prospect for you. As described last week, here’s how eBay’s new Selling Assistant program works… [MORE] eBay sends an employee to your home who carefully logs your entire inventory and sells it for you. The pick-up itself is free, but the service fee is 25% of sales. In the end, you’ll have more money from all those unused pieces still lingering in your closet! For more info, check out eBay Selling Assistant. 
(Photo courtesy of MyHaunteBlogture. Text by Jenny Bahn)

Downsize the Easy Way

Having a closet like J. Crew Creative Director Jenna Lyons can be both a blessing and a curse. On the one hand, you’ve got options in surplus. On the other, you’ve probably got a few pieces that you just don’t use collecting dust in a far, far away corner. eBay is a great way to unload beautiful but unused pieces. If you’re planning on downsizing in bulk, this can be a daunting task, and eBay aims to take the anxiety out of the prospect for you. As described last week, here’s how eBay’s new Selling Assistant program works… [MORE] eBay sends an employee to your home who carefully logs your entire inventory and sells it for you. The pick-up itself is free, but the service fee is 25% of sales. In the end, you’ll have more money from all those unused pieces still lingering in your closet! For more info, check out eBay Selling Assistant

(Photo courtesy of MyHaunteBlogture. Text by Jenny Bahn)