Vancouver Fashionista Clothing Swap

          Fashionista Clothing Swap

          Changing Clothes and Lives.

          The Fashionista Clothing Swap’s, Swap in the City, will take place on Saturday, April 21, 2012, from 11:00 to 3:00 pm at 15640 NE 4th Plain Blvd., Suite 200 Vancouver, WA. Proceeds will benefit the NW Women’s Foundation Healthcare Reserve Fund. Organizers include, Diana McKnight, Jodi Carwan and several women-owned businesses.

          "In a world of fast changing styles, clothes swapping has become the new epitome of eco-friendly consumption. At Fashionista Clothing Swap, we provide fashion savvy women with a venue to let go of quality items they no longer wear. By satisfying their craving for new clothes through swapping instead of shopping, women come together for retail therapy with other women who share the same eco-friendly philosophy." ~Diana McKnight, Fashionista Swap Organizer

          The Fashionista Clothing Swap is more than just a "Swap till you drop" event. Enjoy a special lunch catered by JoFoody's, relax with a massage, facial or spa hand treatment, and network with like minded women. Maybe win gift items or door prizes from local businesses. Also, life coach Barbara Hilkey will offer two free workshops “Unlocking the Potential Within”. At the end of the event, remaining items will be donated to Open House Ministries of Vancouver.

          Tickets are $25 if purchased online, or $30 cash at the door. For more information (and to purchase tickets) visit Fashionista Clothing Swap online, or call Diana at 425.200.6780 


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          1. Nikki 4 years ago

            I really like that this is going to be happening in my city. I am also a firm believer that we should do our part to shift the direction we’re going. Clothes have become so cheap that many people including me, buy a lot of stuff that we use maybe once. I hear people complementing each other that they never wear the same thing twice. That’s apparent what’s become of us. We’re consuming and hoarding stuff which then ends up in these huge monstrous landfills like this one. I’m adding this to my calendar. Thanks again.

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