I made £300 in a day with easy side hustle… it makes space & customers love it

A WOMAN made £300 in one day with her easy side hustle and claims it’s great for when you need “extra money”.

Imani Marshall shared a TikTok revealing the simple hack of selling her unwanted clothes.

Imani Marshall made £300 in one day just by selling her old clothes

Imani Marshall made £300 in one day just by selling her old clothesCredit: TikTok/@imaniimarshall
She explained in a TikTok video she made an Instagram account which she calls her 'closet page'

She explained in a TikTok video she made an Instagram account which she calls her ‘closet page’Credit: TikTok/@imaniimarshall
Imani uploads her unwanted clothes with a description, size and price

Imani uploads her unwanted clothes with a description, size and priceCredit: TikTok/@imaniimarshall

She explains how two simple methods – which aren’t too time consuming – can make you three days worth of wages.

Imani from California made an Instagram account specifically for her mini business, which she calls her closet page.

On the account, which has nearly 1,000 followers, she uploads multiple pictures of each item she doesn’t want anymore.

“I made three days of eight-hour shifts work in one day just by selling my old clothes that I don’t wear anymore,” Imani said in the video.

“At times when I just need a little bit of extra money I will go through my closet, go through my drawers and update my closet page and I’ll make some money off of it.”

In the caption she includes the price, the size and a short description.

Imani has also set up multiple accounts on money apps for buyers to transfer her quickly.

“Don’t get me wrong I’m not saying business is going to be booming like this every single day,” she added.

“It does tend to die down [but] the more active you are on your closet page the more offers you will get.”

The second way Imani makes money through selling her clothes is by taking them to a thrift shop.

She explains in the video any pieces of clothing she can’t shift on her closet page will be taken to a local charity shop – who then pay her for the clothes.

She said: “All you need to do is look up online ‘thrift stores in my area that will pay me to sell my clothes to them’.”

Imani made about £100 from 29 items she couldn’t sell online.