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Shop for free @ the Clothing Exchange

by OutInCanberra 14 June 2011

Revamp your Winter Wardrobe without spending a cent and clean out some much-needed space in your wardrobe at the Canberra Clothing Exchange.


The Clothing Exchange is a professional swapping service that promotes the simple notion of swapping instead of shopping for a better wardrobe and a better world.


Having travelled the country since 2004, the Clothing Exchange comes to Canberra this July.


At the start of the event, garments are swapped for buttons which then become your currency for the evening. Once all garments for swapping are checked in, it's shopping time!


Regular exchange events are a treasure trove of fabulous frocks, nice knits, slick suits and a colourful array of accessories.


Sunday 10th July 2011 from 10:00am.


For tickets visit www.clothingexchange.com.au


What's On OutInCanberra?
What? The Canberra Clothing Exchange

Where? Ginninderry Homestead, Ginninderry Park, 468 Parkwood Road (Via Macgregor)

When? Sunday 10th July 2011, 10:00am

How? Tickets from www.clothingexchange.com.au

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