You love a good clothing swap, but the next time you hit one up in person, you’ll be wearing elbow pads and a serious game face. ‘Cause some ladies (no one you know, of course) just weren’t raised right.
Or you could dismiss with the dilemmas of decorum completely and head online to Dig ‘N Swap, a new startup from San Francisco local Li Qiu. Users upload images of clothes and accessories they no longer want, then dig (virtually) through other users’ castoffs for something that strikes their style sensibilities. See something you like? Fabulous. Offer the owner one (or several) of your items in exchange via an online bid. If your bid is accepted, you swap the goods and everyone (including the environment) wins.
Right now, swapping is free, so take advantage. Down the road, the company plans to add a small transaction fee for swaps.
Also, users who join in the company’s beta days will have a chance to win a $25 Amazon.com gift card each month through the monthly sweepstakes. To get in on the action, post five or more items on the site – you’ll be entered automatically.