Clothing Trade-In For High-End Fashion

Treat your clothing purchases much the way you treat a new car.

— -- Treat your clothing purchases much the way you treat a new car purchase -- consider its resale value.

The company, its Rie Yano, a co-founder said, takes the work out of reselling clothes at consignment or on Ebay and offers more money per item than any thrift store.

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The average return, Yano said, is $125.

"It's instant gratification," she added.

Shipping is free to the sender via a label sent by the company; users in Manhattan can have their items picked up at their door within an hour of a request.

If the customer decides not to accept the offer, she can decide to donate the item to charity. Material Wrld has partnered with Dress For Success, which provides professional attire to disadvantaged women. Material Wrld will supply the tax deduction form to the user. As for the other items, they'e sold by the company in its Ebay store and in its retail store. "It's a very different customer," said Yano.

Next up for the company: handbags. Currently in beta testing, the site will soon offer widely the ability to get a quote for a handbag with a few photos taken from a mobile phone.

And those who purchase the handbags? They can think of it like buying certified pre-owned.