Ladies, it’s time to turn your closet clutter into cash at the Charleston Style Exchange. The 5th semi-annual upscale women’s consignment sale will be held from March 17th to the 19th at the Belle Hall Plantation Clubhouse in Mt. Pleasant.
Not only can you make money selling your new and gently worn clothes and shop for new clothes, but you’re also giving back to a local charity. Consignors can earn 65-75% of their total sales, get a VIP shopping pass, and help out a local charity. Unsold items will be donated to East Cooper Community Outreach (ECCO), for consignors who choose to donate. All of the proceeds from VIP charity ticket sales will also go to the non-profit. ECCO provides families with emergency assistance by providing food, clothing, household items, job training and skills, and more.
The Charleston Style Exchange is FREE and open to the public. VIP shopping before the doors are open to the public will be available for volunteers, consignors, military and education professionals, and through the purchase of charity tickets.
Get more information here.
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