Tell a Story (Item Description)
Be sure to include all details in your description, including brand name, style, fit, etc. the better the story about your item, the more likely it is to sell.
Shoppers tend to search for specific brands. If you know the item’s brand, including this in your listing can get you more traffic and views to your listing.
Describe your items clearly and avoid adjectives or subjective descriptions. Instead, item titles should focus on the type of item, brand, color, and style.
For example, “Girl’s fabulous dress” is subjective and does not provide basic information on the item. In contrast, “Girl’s Marc Jacobs Fit and Flare Pink Dress” offers specific details to attract buyers.
Use tags when appropriate to help buyers find your listing quickly: Try some like: Designer, Wedding, Gown, Athleisure, or the item’s brand name.
Please note, it is crucial to document alterations made to your item in the description, measurements, and photographs. Be sure to detail the altered area in the description box and related images. Chest, waist, hips, length, and sleeve length all should be measured and listed. If an item is listed as a “size 42”- but due to alterations, fits a “size 38”- that item will qualify as being misrepresented and will be eligible for a return and impact the seller’s rating- so be transparent. *Custom-made pieces MUST have measurements included in the description box; Chest, waist, hips, length and sleeve length are the minimal requirements needed.