MN Fashion Bloggers Meet-Up

top: old navy, bow: ruche, coral pants: f21, cross-body bag: maurices, heels: dsw, bangle: f21
The Swappers

 

Have you ever been to a clothing swap? I’m turning into a bit of a pro. A clothing swap pro. It’s so fun! An urban loft party room stacked with clothes and fun trendy ladies. Many of whom run fashion blogs. It was a very pleasant afternoon, getting to know some of these lovelies a bit more. And I came home with a suitcase full of “new” clothes. My favorite take homes are 1) a lace blazer, 2) a mauve/blush scalloped purse, and 3) a red winter coat. You’ll see them all styled here, soon!
Thank you to Erin for making this happen, it was a blast!
I’m excited to see some of these ladies and meet others at an event I’m hosting for MN Fashion Bloggers at the end of January. Woohoo! Be sure to check it out if you are fashion blogging in the area.

 


Ruby Girl
 


 


And hey, just a couple more days left to enter the $100 Karen Kane giveaway,Β 
 


make sure get in on it if you like!

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16 comments

  1. Omg it was so so so much fun! I'm still trying to figure out whose stuff I'm the new proud owner of…

    The scalloped purse used to be mine, it's so perfect for you! Can't wait to see it styled πŸ˜€

  2. Sounds great fun! I organised one of these once and as a result of that, a friend organised one and I got a very new pair of shoes and top out of it! It was really nice that lots of my friends went away with lots of clothes I didn't want anymore!

  3. Hello, I remember you sending me an email not too long ago about doing a guest post and I'd like to sincerely apologise for not getting back to you. At the time I was so stressed with university and work. However, now I couldn't think of anything better to do and would be honoured for you to do a guest post on my blog πŸ™‚ If you like, could you please send through another email with your ideas?

    Tania xx

    tania_chic25@hotmail.com
    http://t-mareeclothing.blogspot.com

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