12/17/2013

Now, Swap It Out!


So I'm pumped about this.  I felt bad that the sequins dress was sold out when I posted it and I was thinking about how can I give mine away.  I'm constantly bringing new things in and this item, for me, was a wear it once type of deal.  I've worn it, I loved it, now it's time to give it a new home.  So when Swapdom approached me to write about their new website, I thought this the perfect opportunity to swap some of my old fun stuff, including my Christmas Card Dress, for some new fun stuff.  

Swapdom is a free swapping site that allows you to exchange your items for some new.  This isn't your traditional swapping though.  Swapping is done in a round robin fashion.  See the illustration below. 
Why is this awesome? 

  • Well first off it's free to swap and you are swapping items you already have. The only thing you pay for is the shipping.  For those of us on a budget or looking for ways to save money this offers an awesome alternative to shelling out cash.  (I think Christmas has me shopped out LOL.)
  • Swapdom does all the work for you.  Just list the items you want to swap, search community items, request which ones you want, and watch the magic happen.  
  • From a plus size perspective, this is a real gem.  Since we are a largely online shopping community that can sometimes get stuck with items that we don't want.  This offers a place to exchange some of those items and get something that will work.  Imagine a community full of plus size swappers with fabulous items up for grabs.  Who doesn't love that?!? 
  • Searching for plus size items are made easy, once you're registered and start a swap, you can filter by size. All you do is click on "start a swap" then browse or search for items you want and offer yours in exchange.
Get in on the swapping here by joining Swapdom today!


Sequins Dress:  As seen in the Christmas Card Post - Find it on Swapdom here
Dress originally from eShakti - Find it on Swapdom here

Striped Dress: As seen in the Reddy Post - Find it on Swapdom here

The post was sponsored by Swapdom, opinions are 100% my own.