Lily Allen is selling her old clothes online.

The 30-year-old singer announced on Twitter she's put her ''hardly worn'' second-hand designer garments - including a Chanel handbag and Givenchy boots - up for sale on online retail website Vestiaire Collective, starting at £90.

Along with a link to the clothes, Lily shared: ''Who would like to buy some of my hardly worn clothes on the wonderful @VestiaireCo? Go go go (sic)''.

Two dresses - one Alexander McQueen and one Isabel Marant - have already been sold, but there are still pair of Chloe boots and a Prada bag up for grabs, among many other items.

While the clothes being sold are all from high-end fashion houses, the 'Smile' hitmaker has previously admitted she buys most of her clothes from ''stripper shops'', as she enjoys wearing the ''wrong thing in the wrong place''.

She said: ''I get a lot of stuff in stripper shops actually and I imagine it's to put dollar bills in. I think there's a time and a place for everything and I like to wear the wrong things in the wrong places.

''I like vintage stuff that's identifiable as well because it's a really good conversation starter. Clothes should be a conversation point, if you're going to spend so much money on this stuff, people might as well talk about it.''