Unless you’ve been living under a rock for the last few years you’re probably pretty familiar with eBay’s cool younger sister Depop. After being founded in 2011, the Depop app has been downloaded more than 3 million times – even celebs like megababe Emily Ratajkowski are jumping on the bandwagon. And why not? Imagine being able to access the world’s best thrift shop from your phone. Yeah, that’s Depop.

Whether you’re wanting to flog last season’s buys or start your Christmas shopping early, Depop is an online marketplace where you can buy almost anything – all from the comfort of your couch. And it’s not just second-hand bargains either, there’s even a few independent brands using the app as a way to sell their garms, including model Felicity Hayward’s super cool brand “Self Love Brings Beauty” which flogs gorgeous totes and tees promoting all things self-love.

While they don’t tend to have their own accounts, some celebs like Ella Eyre and DJ Annie Mac have donated clothes to be sold on Depop which is pretty cool. That being said, there is a new generation of Depop-famous accounts you should definitely get to know.

Isabella McFadden – @internetgirl

Isabella, or Internet Girl as she’s known by her fans, is a Canadian Depop mogul. Bella teamed up with her boyfriend Spencer to run the 90s inspired Depop shop @internetgirl. Since launching in 2012 they’ve gained over 400,000 followers and sell an average of 25 to 30 products a day worldwide. Talk about a power couple.

Fiona Short – @fifiscloset

Sheffield born Fiona is Depop royalty, a permanent feature on the app’s “People” page, which displays the only hottest accounts currently trading on the marketplace. She prides herself on selling “ethically and sustainably sourced fashion” to her cohort of dedicated 140,000+ followers, heavily inspired by 90s icons such as Winona Ryder and Betty Spaghetti dolls. This babe is definitely worth a follow.

Some of our fave bloggers are also turning to Depop to cash-in, including betty babes Confetti Crowd.

Lulu Trixabelle – @lulutrixabelle

Lulu’s account is all things cute, colourful and crochet and I for one can’t get enough. Can someone please rewind to summer so I have an excuse to splurge? As well as selling things from her own wardrobe, she sells some pieces from her own label – FLUFFY – which is V cool.

If Lulu’s not your fave member of Confetti Crowd though, make sure to check out the rest of the girls on Depop – here are Tiger Lily, Heidi and Heli’s treasure troves. The girls glittery festi-garms fly off the virtual shelves so make sure to give their accounts a follow if you want to stay up to date with their glitzy bitz.

Marzia Bisognin – @cutiepiemarzia

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YouTube sensation CutiePieMarzia uses her Depop to sell to her 7.1million strong fan base she likes to call the Marzipans. She’s got some pretty good bargains on her page, but you better act fast if you’re interested, her sites mega popular.

So that’s your evening sorted, scouring Depop for your bargains to die for. You can thank us later.

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Confetti Crowd are ‘The UK’s most colourful girl gang of creatives’, who draw, sing, write and dress themselves up in rainbows and we love them, big time. We already talked to them about periods and growing up, but now they’re here to tell us what advice they’d give to their 14-year-old selves.

Lulu

“I would tell my 14-year-old self ‘don’t pluck your eyebrows’, because my eyebrows don’t grow anymore and I think that’s because I used to pluck them. And I would say don’t bleach your hair. I used to bleach my hair when I was a teenager like, once a week – I’d go blue, then bleach it back to blonde, then I’d go pink then I’d bleach it and go purple and I just killed my hair. I would say don’t put concealer on your lips. I don’t think that’s a thing anymore, but it was!

Don’t rush to get into relationship with boys. I wasted so many years on losers. And don’t care what anyone thinks. People used to take the piss out of us for dressing weird and now it’s our job.”

Heidi

“I wasn’t allowed to shave my legs or anything, then one day I dyed my hair blonde and it all fell out. So that’s what I would tell my 14-year-old self: listen to your mum. Listen to whatever she says. Mums are always right.

Be nice to the people who are mean to you – don’t be mean back. I always feel like when we were younger and someone was mean, you’d just be nasty back and if you’re just nice back, one day they’re going to be nice back.”

Tiger

“I’d say don’t be so self conscious with your weird style. We used to wear things to school and other girls would be like: ‘Oh my god why are you wearing that in your hair? Or whatever.’”

Heli

“Leave your hair alone. Also, I used to be very funny about my weight when I was younger, I used to think I was really big when I wasn’t. I put myself down a lot, so I would say: stop doing that. Stop putting yourself down and enjoy your teenhood because weight isn’t important. And don’t feel like you’ve got to do whatever everyone else is doing. You can be your own person. It’s fine if you don’t want to do what everyone else wants to do.”

@ConfettiCrowd

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Meet betty’s new girl gang crush, Confetti Crowd. We sat down with the super-colourful crew (whose wardrobes we now want more than a lifetime supply of Creme Eggs) for a game of ‘Never Have I Ever’ in which @Heli, @Heidi, @Lulu and @Tigerlily chat embarrassing period moments, bra stuffing, ghosting, boys and beauty disasters…

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