It's really killed the market for anything decent that you may want to move ....even at reasonable prices
I have a ton of thrifted stuff to sell and I just want to make my money back but most of it is stuff like Armani, Boss, etc. and I know those labels are looked down on by the forum. I just figured no one would be interested. I though about using eBay but I've never done it and all I've heard is eBay seller horror stories. Plus, it sounds like selling a Boss sportcoat on eBay for $45 that I paid $15 for isn't worth the time once you've paid all of the fees.
Armani, Boss, etc does actually sell on here. Besides all the big-timers who have a pair of Kiton pure vicuna underwear for every day of the year, we have a lot of lurkers and noobs who are into Dolce & Gabbana, Gucci, Armani, etc. When they think of style, they think of these labels.
eBay isn't really bad. It just isn't as great as it used to be. As little as 4 years ago, it was a sellers paradise. Still, I sell on average 8 items per week. I have a trouble customer maybe once every 4 or 5 months. I've always managed to sort it out relatively easy. Fees really aren't bad either, but they are still more than what they used to be. The more you sell and the more positive feedback/ high star ratings you get, the lower your fees are. I'm getting free insertion fees right now. First photo is free, .15 each additional. The final value fee is 9% of the final selling price with a max of $50 for the fee. More than what it was, but not really noticeable on a $50 item.