That seems to be the average price unless you look at myhermes where the cost is slightly less,it does depend on the material of the "dress" and if it can be folded very flat so it will post through a normal letter box this will bring your cost down to a large letter price but the size rules are very strict. I find it very difficult to sell childrens clothes as ebay is saturated with them and they don't make much profit really.best of luck.xglamma
As a buyer £2.80 is fine on most items - we know that's what the PO charge so we accept it. What pisses me off enormously though are sellers charging £4.50 to post a single pair of cotton shorts by normal second class. They're taking the piss! As a pp said, a bundle of two or three items is a good way to go - makes postage cost per item seem lower to the buyer, and they'll usually still bid because even if there's one item they're not as keen on they do want the other one or two.
Damson so so true I have just paid £3.30 postage for a parcel which had a £1.19p postage charge on it but I noted my disgust on my DSRs for that sale even though I was pleased with the item I will not be taken for a mug.
Go onto interparcel.com or parcels2go.com and get quotes for postage. One company (I think Hermes) have recently introduced collection points at local shops (like Collect+). You drop off the said parcel for collection at the shop rather than it being collected from your address - is a lot cheaper. If selling kids clothes always better to sell as bundles rather than separate items, but note ebay will only allow a max of £10.50ish postage cost for bundles, so again best to get cheap courier quotes. HTH