With a new year comes new beginnings. And for many of us, it’s that time of year when you want to clean out your wardrobe and tidy up. If that’s the case, you’re probably not sure what to do with your gently worn closet pieces. Before you toss them, why not sell unwanted clothes in any of these 3 online stores? It’s a fun way to make a little money and help another savvy shopper find the right piece, too.

ThredUp is a huge online second-hand shop and it’s a super easy option, especially if you’re not a fan of taking pictures and creating a detailed listing of your items.

Instead, you can estimate how much money you’ll make via Thredup. Then, they provide you with an envelope which ships all your unwanted items for free straight to Thredup. From there, they’ll sell your items and give you 80 percent of the sales. Anything that doesn’t sell gets passed along to a charity they partner with.

Poshmark is another popular online store that you can use via their mobile app. You can create a listing very quickly and if your item sells, Poshmark provides you with a prepaid shipping box. You don’t even need to go to the post office since a postal service collects and delivers your sold item for you.

Depop is another app-based online consignment shop that’s turned selling your modern pieces into a seamless process. It’s an eclectic selection and for sure, there’s room for your unwanted items, too.

Selling your unwanted pieces can seem like a hassle. But these three sites make it easy to make some money off your wardrobe rejects. And while you’re at it, you might find some nice additions for your cleared up wardrobe.