Olivia Rodrigo sells her music video and her personal clothes on Depop
Olivia Rodrigo is a certified Depop girl. The “Driver’s License” singer will be putting her closet for resale on Depop starting today, June 3rd.
Announced on Instagram on June 2, Olivia’s new Depop store will feature looks from her music videos – “deja vu” and “good 4 u” in particular – as well as her own personal wardrobe. The store, which she named SOURshop, has over 39,000 subscribers at the time of writing. Her bio states that all proceeds will go to charity, although we don’t have details on organizations or causes.
We’re not sure exactly what looks Olivia will be selling on Depop, but we do know that she loves a good pair of Dr. Martens. Of course, her “deja vu” silk scarf was also a hit and could very well be up for grabs. And who can forget the printed cat dress? She shook it up, but if she decides to put it up for sale, we won’t complain.
Celebrities going to Depop stores to sell their music video outfits seem like a fairly new movement, but also very brand-consistent for someone like Olivia, who is part of a game-changing generation of shoppers when it comes to sustainability. , consumer and personal style. Reselling online seems like the easiest alternative we have to revamping your wardrobe and including more sustainable shopping practices – and if you can score iconic looks by doing so, we can’t be mad. !
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