Celebrities are often at the forefront of fashion, wearing trendy outfits to lavish events that most people would envy.
But now fans have the chance to wear exactly the ensemble they loved to see on their famous role models — thanks to some of the stars who made money selling the clothes they made glamorous appearances in on resale site, Depop.
The second-hand site has more than 30 million users, and sellers include models, singers, and fixed reality TVs.
They have wardrobes that most of us can only dream of – but for those famous faces who like to keep up with the latest fashion trends, it makes sense to get rid of some of their previously worn clothes.
And some have apparently made a decent profit from it; model Mia Regan regularly sells items on the platform, with prices ranging from £20 to £165 depending on the pieces.
Check out her closet? Reality star Georgia Toffolo sold the monochromatic cardigan she wore in 2017 at a Goodwood Revival event on Depop this year for £26
In 2017, Georgia Toffolo wore this white and black Zara cardigan to a Goodwood Revival event and posted about it on Instagram (pictured)
The cardigan from Zara has a bow inlaid with gemstones at the neck and pearl-shaped buttons
In total, the model has made £2,914 from sales on her second-hand page.
Meanwhile, Charli XCX was spotted selling a revealing Thierry Mugler jumpsuit she allegedly wore in one of her music videos for £577 ($700). In total, Charli has sold £9,853.63 ($11,967) worth of items on the website.
Elsewhere, singer Lily Allen sold one of her coats for £300, and High School Musical sensation Ashley Tisdale also sold a Chanel tote bag for £2,000 on the platform from 2009.
Stars like Molly Mae and Amanda Holden have been outspoken about donating profits from their clothes to charity, but others have remained tight-lipped.
Molly-Mae, who joined Depop in 2021, admitted she was a bit apprehensive about creating the account.
Singer Charli XCX sells her Thierry Mugler women’s jumpsuit, believed to be an ensemble from one of her music videos, for $700 on Depop
The garment leaves little to the imagination and, according to the Depop listing, is in excellent condition
Olivia Rodrigo sells the sneakers she wore with the cheerleader outfit she donned in her Good 4 U video on the website
Lily Allen wore this colorful denim jacket, given to her by Patta, at the 2019 Isle of White festival
However, the singer-songwriter later sold the gorgeous jacket for £300 on her personal Depop account
The model Mia Regan has also sold some pieces from her wardrobe on the second-hand website, including this brown shirt from Asos
Mia Regan also sells a deconstructed top from the London fashion community Samudāy
TV personality Katie Price has also cashed in on Depop by selling items from her wardrobe, including this £8 sweatshirt
High School Musical sensation Ashley Tisdale was spotted selling a Chanel tote bag for £2,000 from 2009
She said, “I’m a little nervous to say, but I started a Depop. I had for Love Island a year ago and I loved it…
“But I rebooted one and spent literally all day figuring things out. I have offered things for very low prices.
“It doesn’t say much, but keep your eyes peeled. Any money made from it will go to charity,” she added.
While Amanda previously admitted to flogging her and her children’s old clothes online to raise money for her charity.
Proceeds from the items went to Theo’s Hope, a charity she founded in memory of her stillborn son Theo