ICYMI, Carla Abellana is selling some pre-loved pieces from her very own closet.
The Stolen Life actress posted about her ongoing sale on Instagram on Feb. 5, writing, "Posted more items and lowered down their prices! Shop now!"
Carla has been posting the shoes and bags that she's letting go on another Instagram account, @carlaangeline_closet. She previously sold pre-loved items in October 2023.
Some items that she recently posted, including an 18k necklace, Casadei Peep Toe Heels, and Longchamp bag have already been sold but here's a quick rundown of other pieces that you can still get.
Looking for casual flats you can wear every day? Carla is selling Chanel navy blue ballet flats, French Sole Leopard ballet flats in sizes 37 and 36.5, respectively.
She's also put up for grabs a few pairs of heels from Christian Louboutin, Stuart Weitzman, and Dolce & Gabbana as well as sneakers from Gucci priced at P18,500, P3,500, P6,500, and P18,500, respectively.
There are also some pre-loved sandals from Hermes and Miu Miu that you can shop from her closet.
For bags, Carla is selling her Michael Kors black and gold textured leather bag and a never-been-used Zac Posen mustard yellow micro bag.
Since putting her pre-loved items for sale, Carla has been the subject of criticism as some Instagram users had less than nice words to say.
"'Yung ibang item parang patapon na eh. Ang dudumi," one social media user commented.
"Kahit pa branded tapos ganyan quality? Wag nalang nagbebenta kayo tapos ganyan ano sa tingin sa mga tao?" another added.
While criticisms were being hurled at her, some users came to her defense.
"Grabe, dami namang negatron dito. Kung 'di ka bibili ng sa tingin mo is 'used and abused' na preloved, [well], hindi ikaw ang target market at lalo't higit sa lahat hindi hinihingi ang opinion niyo para ijudge 'yung binebenta ni Carla," one user said.
"May mga items lang na 'di naayos muna bago picturan, but maybe she is trying to make prospective buyers see the items in their real state or condition," another commented.
Carla has seemingly responded to the backlash with a post on Threads. "People can be so mean. So mean," she wrote.