“You can buy as a bundle! Strictly Come Dancing star Katya Jones joins other celebrities to sell her used clothes online for as little as £ 1
Katya Jones turned her attention to selling her clothes online.
The Strictly Come Dancing star, 31, has joined a slew of celebrities using the Depop app to whip up her old clothes.
Katya sells a lot of clothes that she no longer needs, including sports bras, skirts and tops.
Clothes for sale: Katya Jones turned her attention to selling her clothes online
On her Depop profile, she wrote: “I sell items that I no longer need at very reasonable prices.
“You can buy in batch to pay the shipping cost once. Message for any questions. ‘
Many of the products on his page are selling for as low as £ 1 with some items already sold out.
Online Sale: The Strictly Come Dancing star, 31, joined a slew of celebrities using the Depop app to whip up her old clothes
Inexpensive Clothing: Katya sells a lot of clothes she no longer needs, including sports bras, skirts and tops
Katya joined Kate Ferdinand, Katie Price and Chloe Ferry, who have all found success selling their old clothes on Depop.
Former TOWIE star Kate, 29, is said to make thousands selling her old outfits that she wore on the show.
She had previously sold over 800 items of her unwanted clothes to shoppers, which on average sell for between £ 10 and £ 20 each.
Make money: Former TOWIE star Kate Ferdinand, 29, reportedly makes thousands selling her old outfits she wore on the show
Raking it in: Meanwhile, 42-year-old Katie Price is said to have racked up over £ 10,000 from selling items like crop tops and bikinis
Meanwhile, 42-year-old Katie is said to have racked up more than £ 10,000 from the sale of items such as crop tops and bikinis.
The former glamor model has offered items ranging from £ 5 for shorts to £ 360 for Jimmy Choo heels.
And Chloe, 25, uses Depop to whip her used underwear, with prices starting at £ 8.
Katya’s new venture comes after she was forced to withdraw from the recent Strictly streak after testing positive for the coronavirus.
Old underwear: Chloe Ferry, 25, uses Depop to whip her used underwear, with prices starting at £ 8
The professional dancer teamed up with Olympic boxer Nicola Adams, 38, making history as the show’s first gay couple.
However, after just three weeks in the competition, the couple had no choice but to quit after Katya contracted COVID-19, despite the introduction of strict new guidelines by bosses.
Katya was stunned to learn that she had tested positive as she had no symptoms and was convinced that she must have caught the virus at a sandwich shop after telling the bosses that she had not mixed with her. others, because she lives alone.
The couple then made a comeback for the series’ grand finale, with the two performing a scorching routine.
Harsh time: Katya’s new venture comes after she and her partner Nicola Adams, 38, were forced to withdraw from the recent Strictly Come Dancing streak after testing positive for coronavirus