Rachel Lindsay is Selling her ‘Bachelor’ Wardrobe to Benefit the ACLU

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Was anyone else’s inner monologue during Nick’s season of The Bachelor something along the lines of, “damn, Rachel’s outfit is always on point?”. Because, same.

Well, now Rachel’s Bachelor wardrobe could be yours! She is selling her clothes from the season on fashion resale website thredUP.

The Bachelor/Bachelorette alum isn’t just selling her stuff for closure, but for a good cause! Rachel donating the proceeds from sales to benefit the ACLU. She took to Instagram to post,

“Got cute clothes that remind you of an ex? I do. Today I’m selling clothes I wore on Nick’s season (hello closure and new chapter!) on @thredUP, my favorite fashion resale website. Go to thredUP.com/rachel (link in bio) to shop my penguin onesie, white coat from his hometown visit and tons of other goodies from my closet. All proceeds benefit the ACLU, an organization that’s important to me now more than ever. #secondhandfirst #aclu #charity #foragoodcause”

If you check out her thredUP page, you can browse through her clothing items that are available for purchase. The page also includes little quotes and anecdotes alongside the clothing to remind you exactly where and when she wore each piece.

Cosmo reports that this is thredUP’s first partnership for their new “Shop Her Closet” campaign, where famous women sell some of their clothes for a good cause. Additionally, thredUP will match the money raised by Rachel’s sales.

We love not only that Rachel is selling her belongings for a good cause, but also that she is taking a stance.

Will she ever sell clothes from her Bachelorette season as well? Asking for a friend…

Allie Bush
Allie Bush is a Contributing Writer at Femestella. She is interested in creating and sharing entertaining and engaging content, in whatever form it may take. She is a proud TV junkie and in her spare time can be found watching late night talk shows, talking about Chrissy Teigen or Amy Poehler, or eating off of other people's plates.