Schoola Review – Sourcing and Buying Online

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Because I have chronic illnesses, sometimes it is hard for me to go out and thrift every day. Several days a month I just want to stay in my sweat pants and lounge around all day or I’m forced to because of a debilitating migraine. So, I’ve looked for more websites to find items to sell online. A new app was brought to my attention by another seller on Instagram and I decided to check it out. It’s called “Schoola” and it donates a portion of the sales back to school districts.

About the Schoola App

The Schoola app and website aren’t the easiest to use and navigate but if you are patient, you can really find some nice stuff. I ended up buying 11 items in my first purchase with a discount code and paying $49.92 for all the items. And another 11 items for $117.26 – One of the items I am disputing because it actually ended up being a Payless collaboration and not a true Alice & Olivia item.

I open all my bags for you on the YouTube video below. Overall, I believe it is a great place to source items. You really have to read the descriptions and make sure you are getting what you paid for. Check your receipt against your items. My video shows you my biggest concern which I emailed them about and they did take care of the issue with a refund. They responded in a timely manner and I am impressed with their customer service, which I cannot say is true for other sites like this.

Have you ordered from them? Or do you find items somewhere else online? Comment below!

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  1. I just found out about Schoola – I agree it’s not the best online thrift store out there but if you look you can find something great. I also think it’s a great option for people who don’t have a lot of good thrift stores nearby. I also really love your makeup in your video!

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