Bee and I had so much fun yesterday! We were invited to a clothing swap held by fantastic and thrifty Elizabeth of La Vida Desconocida.  We showed up with 6-7 bags of clothes between us, having leaned on Elizabeth to host after our recent wardrobe purges.

We organized loosely by item type: dress, skirt, pants, jacket, sweater, shirt, shoes, accessories, housewares. Then, a very polite free-for-all ensued. Many a “if you don’t want it, I’d like to try it on” and “oh! this might look better on you!” were heard.

Our hostess Elizabeth (left), wears a dress from Bee,
and Katie checks out a shirt.

Here’s the official Crab and Bee haul. It must be noted that there were three sister swaps, a tank and jeans that went from me to the Bee, and then a shirt that went from her to me. I laid future claim on some items that I’m hoping she gets tired of, and vice versa.

Our combined haul!

If you haven’t already, I highly suggest starting up a clothing exchange with some fun ladies! It’s an extremely pleasant way to spend a morning and a good excuse to down some mimosas.


2 thoughts on “Clothes-swappin’

  1. I second all of that! Clothes swaps are a great way to purge your closet (all items not taken are donated) and get some new pieces for free. Also, there's no shame in drinking a bottle of champagne while you do it… which is actually how much I had yesterday. With juice, so it's legit. Thanks for helping make the swap great, ladies!

  2. That was a truly glorious swap!!! Along with various sister exchanges, (and obviously staying firmly within the color guidelines of my closet) I found some really great shoes and a useful blazer! Currently, I am happily ensconced in some sister-pants. I can't wait for the next swap!

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