What do women want? Pretty things and a less cluttered life, duh. Get them both at these online luxury resale marketplaces. Here are some of the top buys we spotted online that you can get right now—and ways you can de-acquisition (that’s a fancy term for sell, babes) your own loot.

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TrueFacet

Best for Buying and Selling Bling: TrueFacet

Who doesn’t need another shiny enamel Hermès bracelet? Well, perhaps not you, since you already have an armful. So list or consign them at TrueFacet and get 80 percent or more of the sale price to spend on something else (like these Chanel studs). The site vouches for the authenticity of all the merch, so you can breathe easy as you send your once-beloved bangle their way.

Brands to keep an eye out for: Cartier, Rolex, Tiffany & Co.

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1stdibs

Best for Buying Antique Decor and Designer Fashion: 1stdibs

From antique furniture like a Chippendale desk to showstopping evening wear and everyday fashion (why, hello there, Céline clutch), this is your consumerist cornucopia. And heads up, sellers: While the site doesn’t allow non-dealers to sell, you can contact dealers on the site directly and offer or trade them your treasures.

Brands to keep an eye out for: Gucci, Chanel, Memphis

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Chairish

Best for Buying and Selling Mid-Century Modern Wares: Chairish

No need to wait for the second Sunday of the month—this site is the online equivalent of the Rose Bowl Flea Market. Everything from a massive armoire to a sleek tabletop tray are on offer, and listing your own items takes ten minutes with a couple of iPhone pics. Money- and hassle-saving tip: You can buy and sell according to geographic area, so you don’t have to deal with packaging and shipping.

Brands to keep an eye out for: Baker, Paul McCobb, Lalique

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