Editor | 6 August 2018
Four Young Depop Sellers Making Money Online

Four Young Depop Sellers Making Money Online

A growing number of young people are turning to Depop to make money online.

People can make hundreds or thousands of pounds each month selling vintage clothing, trainers and other items to millions of teenagers and twenty somethings right around the world.

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For now, take some inspiration from these young sellers who turned a dream into a reality.

Mia Williams and Madseventies

Mia Williams set up her Depop account Madseventies when, working 9-5 as a teacher, she couldn’t afford plane tickets for her parents to come and visit from her native South Africa.

Her online shop now has more than 400,000 followers ready to buy a piece of her 1970s inspired style. She supports the digital shop with a blog and Instagram account, set up to offer styling tips and inspiration to anyone that wants to embrace bold and colourful 70s fashion.

Jordan Weller and 97th Vintage

21-year-old Jordan Weller makes around £500 per day selling popular vintage brands like Adidas, Tommy Hilgier and Ralph Lauren on three websites - Depop, ASOS Marketplace and his own site, 97th Vintage.

Jordan concentrates on sourcing 80s and 90s clothes from vintage suppliers around the world, while he pays his mum £80 per week to do things he is too busy to handle, like washing and ironing the clothes and managing the company accounts.

Daniel Wilmot and Hookedbhm

Describing himself as a Depop OG, 24-year-old Daniel Wilmot makes money by selling rare trainers on the online sales platform.

The business turned over £40,000 in its first year. But because he wasn’t paying attention to the books, Daniel quickly exceeded the VAT threshold and had to act more responsibly. He now gets help from his grandad, an old sweetshop owner, to manage his accounts.

Bella McFadden and InternetGirl

Bella McFadden, a 21-year-old entrepreneur from Canada dropped out of college to focus on selling on her InternetGirl Depop shop full-time.

Selling vintage pieces, she has approaching half-a-million followers on the digital shopping site. According to the Financial Times, Bella is seeing a 58% growth in month-to-month sales on her thrift shop finds.

Whether you are just starting out or are an experienced seller, find out how we can help you grow your online business today. Call: 0808 281 0303.