Like others, I suggest a consignment shop. We've had yard sales over the years & my trick is this: if I have something I know is barely used & worth more than the dollar most people are willling to spend, I price it higher & then once it's bargained down, its' not such a loss. One time, I had an Ann Taylor dress w/matching sweater. They were about 1 yr old , too big but still looked great, but very pricey when I bought it them. I also had a few other items I wasn't wiling to sell dirt cheap, like leather jacket so I put them all on a separate rack priced about $5-$10 too much for a yard sale. I put the leather jacket at I think about $35 & the dress/sweater about $40. I ended getting about $5 less than my original price & was fine w/that. I was offered much less a few times & just said 'nope.' I also had tables of clothes that were just a $1 a piece which I made a killing on! Good luck!