Thursday, 22 July 2010

Renew Your Wardrobe

Same as most of you guys, I am a student with limited funds so when a project like Friendly Fashion pops up my ears are thoroughly pricked up.

Friendly Fashion is like a mix of Etsy and Ebay without spending any money, seriously. The scheme offers you the chance to get rid of things that you no longer wear (but someone else might want) by swapping them for something you do. There are also handmade items, samples of which can be seen above from overseas Friendly Fashion projects, which sell for reasonable prices or can be swapped.

What could be better? Free clothes, a clearout and it's all eco friendly! If you want to get swapping, visit the Friendly Fashion website and get hunting! It's only just launched so the more you all add, the better the stock will be!
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24 comments

  1. swap idea is great! people in PL organize that meeting too ;] nice chance to meet interesting people, find out the history of some clothes..

    btw, these shoes with beach print are so cool!
    kisses ;)
    Watching the waves

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  2. What a wonderful idea, thanks for the heads up!!! xoxo

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  3. Great idea to swap! Nice blog! xXx bisous!

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  4. it seems like a brilliant idea. checking out the website now :)

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  5. oh i love these types of things! will definitely check it out

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  6. Amazing! Never heard of this, so thanks for sharing! Heading over there now!
    xo Lynzy
    http://fromskirtstoskillets.blogspot.com

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  7. What a fantastic idea! all those things featured are so cool to!

    http://illustratemypillowcase.blogspot.com/

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  8. Wow! It's really great to hear such a supportive comments! I believe Friendly Fashion will grow and soon we'll have a swap meeting (possibly in London).

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  9. I think this sounds like such a great idea.

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  10. try to visit www.kleiderkreisel.de and www.manodrabuziai.lt

    These are the same portals and friendlyfashion but in Germany and Lithuania

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  11. This idea has come up a lot lately it seems and I think it's a great scheme. Gotta check out the Friendly Swappers.
    Good luck at the CK sale (yeap, I did read your tweet :-)

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  12. That's really cool. It reminds me of book mooch but for clothes :)

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  13. Gorgeous! Definitely will check it out. ♥

    Same Page Notion

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  14. This sounds fab - will def check it out.

    One of my friends works for a charity and they're thinking of holding a swishing party as a fundraiser. Let me know if you've any experience of the do's and don'ts of these events.

    Thanks. xx

    http://www.weshopthereforeweare.co.uk/

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  15. It seems like a great idea! Thanks for sharing. x

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  16. Great idea. Everyone gets something they like!

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  17. such a great idea, thanks for telling us! :)

    romance-is-boring.blogspot.com

    x

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  18. Great idea. Just had a look at the site. Mmmm there are 2nd hand knickers up there at the moment. I will be giving those a miss ;-) Xxxx

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  19. This is such a good idea love, thanks for giving me the heads up. I always love the idea of swap-shops, so I'll have to have a clear out :) ♥ Claire @ Jazzpad

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