West Ealing Library Swish
Date and time
Thursday 30 November 2017
6:45pm - 8:30pm
West Ealing Library, Melbourne Avenue, London, United Kingdom
Come join us at our next fabulous festive Swish at West Ealing Library to make the most of your wardrobe. In addition to swapping your old clothes for fantastic new-to-you items, there will be a festive refashioning session from Fashion Blogger and Presenter Gema Enseñat and some information stalls.
Schedule of the day:
18:30 – 19:00 – Clothes drop off and Stalls open
19:00 – 19:30 – Festive refashioning talk from fashion blogger & presenter Gemma Enseñat
19:30 – 20:30 – Swish is open! Raid the rails and exchange your tokens to take away some fabulous finds – like the top that caught your eye, to go with those jeans….or maybe that skirt!
The Rules :
Each person must bring at least one good quality item of clothing, shoes or accessories to take part – maximum 10 please
As you arrive exchange your items for Swishing tokens (1 item = 1 token)
Nightwear, swimwear and underwear including socks will not be accepted
All items must be in a good condition – something that has shrunk, is stained or needs repairing (e.g. missing buttons, broken zips, loose sequins or beading, rips, tears, fabric pulls or holes, bobbly bits, disintegrating seams or hems, lint or fluff) will not be accepted
Guests are asked not to browse the rails whilst items are being prepared for Swishing
When the Swish is declared open clothes can be taken on a first come first served basis – so please no biting, scratching or hair pulling!
Tokens are then returned in payment as clothes are taken from the event
Swishing credits from previous events will be accepted
For more information about the event, ring us on 0208 825 9468 or email email@example.com.
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