Sorry I’ve been MIA as of late, but as of recent I’ve been working really really hard on getting my Poshmark closet up-to-date as much as possible. Meaning, I’ve been listing like crazy just to make sure that I’m getting everything in my closet listed so I’m not piling up the inventory and freaking out later on that I have so much to do and then I just decided to not do it in the end. LOL. Ahhhhh so typically me!
But since the new rule that was implemented by my husband: I am not allowed to buy anything new for my closet or any inventory until everything is listed. I’ve been keeping pretty good tabs on everything and honing in on just putting things up in my closet it’s quick and easy as possible.
With that said, I have decided to share with all of you some of the best Apps that I’ve used while listing up all of my items on my posh closet.
1) Pic Play Post
Getting this one is a no-brainer, as of right now Poshmark only allows you to have 4 pictures in your closet per listing. However, not everything in your listing can be fit into just 4 pictures. Typically items that have lots of blemishes, or damage, or details that need to be highlighted will need more pictures. So using this app has been a godsend for me because it enables you to put multiple pictures into one square image that’ll fit just perfectly within the frame. And now thatPoshmark has updated features where you could zoom into photos, it makes it much easier for your buyers to see the details on each of the pictures that you collage together.
Remember how I always talk about having a white background on your cover shots? Well this trust the app does just that! Using this app you can easily take those annoying backgrounds or busy back drops out of the picture and just leave your item to just a white background. I love this app it makes things so much easier and consistent from my closet, if you’ve noticed in my closet I basically kept everything with a white background if I could.
What I love about this app is not only does it Cut out just the product but it also cuts out anything else that you want to keep in the frame, like necklaces, or even additional props that you used to style your cover shot with. Not only does it cut out the garment, but I also keep some of the shadows that the garment creates just so you could see a bit of depth perception. By keeping this it makes your listings look a little bit more realistic than just a sticker on a white background. The only thing it doesn’t do it actually put it on a white background, which brings me to…
3) A Beautiful Mess
Also the title of one of my favorite songs by Jason Mraz! This app works in conjunction with KnockOutPro. Because knock out pro does not give you the white background that you need in order to make a clean cover shot, A beautiful mess is there to take the image that you have from knockout pro and place it on a white backdrop. It works really well, I counted out seven times that you touch your screen in order to get your Cover shot made. So it’s fairly simple to use.
If you’re curious about how any of these work please watch the video below so that you can use these three apps to help you list your items! If you have any questions, comments, concerns, please write them down below. Also put your closet down so that I can check it out, I love seeing new closets to peruse.