Fashion Week Style Swap

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 200 High St Boston MA 02110  See map

It's the savviest shopping experience to hit Boston Fashion Week yet! Trust in Tricia is rolling out the red carpet for this one! We are bringing the Style Swap directly to Fashion Week and we are not sure if we are more excited to see what fashionistas will be wearing to this event, or what they will be swapping!!

If you haven't been to one of our Style Swap's before then you definitely won't want to miss this!  See pics from past Style Swaps

The idea: to clean out your closet and trade in your previously loved and oh so gently worn items in for pieces that are new-to-you!

The cause: this event is benefit and raise awareness for Project Hope

The location: the amazing Julep Bar in Boston

The rules: ALL clothing, shoes, accessories and handbags swapped must be in like new condition, free of stains, holes, rips, etc. Undergarments, pajamas and bathing suits will not be accepted. The leftover clothing will be donated to Project Hope’s women in need so they have clothing to wear to work and job interviews. So if you wouldn’t wear it to work, these ladies cant either so those items will not be considered swappable.

The timeline: Clothing drop off: 5:30-7:00

                     Shop vendor tables, enjoy cocktails and appetizers, network with fellow fashionistas: 5:30-8:00

                     Swap Boutique opens: 8:00-9:00

*Project Hope is a multi-service agency at the forefront of efforts in Boston to move families up and out of poverty. It provides low-income women with children access to education, jobs, housing, and emergency services; fosters their personal transformation; and works for broader systems change.


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