Category Archives: Clothing Swaps

Clothing Swaps hosted by Swapaholics and Swap.com

Swap Uncapped

Join The Swapaholics, Boston’s favorite clothing swap hostesses, for a celebration of summer and sustainable style with vitaminwater® and special guest Jessica Quirk, author of What I Wore, who will be on hand to sign copies of her freshly published … Continue reading

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Swaplulus Recap

We recapped the #SwapLulus event over The Swapaholics blog, but I thought I would share some photos here too! This week we are off to Swap in DC. I’m kinda excited to road trip with Julie. This is her first … Continue reading

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Swap Lulu’s

I had so much fun swapping (and eating BBQ) at #TxSCC with the girls from Lulus.com, Stephanie & Alessandra, I knew wanted to hang with them again! So…We’re heading to San Francisco for the first time on June 23rd to … Continue reading

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Atlanta wanna Swap?

SWAP.COM PRESENTS: Atlanta Sip & Swap with Black Swan Wines Thursday, June 2nd, 2011 ZOO Atlanta Atlanta, GA 30315 It’s spring, and that means time to spruce up our your wardrobe for summer parties, BBQs & weddings! Join The Swapaholics, … Continue reading

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Canal District Swap Recap

I know we already recapped the event over on The Swapaholic’s Blog. But I like to add the photos here in case you guys missed them. Also, I wanted to add a special thank you here for the businesses that … Continue reading

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Back to Worcester

We are bringing back Worcester’s largest Clothing Swap! If you thought swapping was fun, imagine swapping and shopping for antiques, art, designer clothing, and vintage items all in the same neighborhood. And, to meet the demands of our swappers we … Continue reading

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New Orleans part 1

I’m still in New Orleans, it has been go go go over the last few days. I tried to take some photos along the way. It is hard when everything around you is so beautiful, you just want to take … Continue reading

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Earth Day Swap Recap

Thursday was our Earth Day Clothing Exchange at The Fourth Wall project. We had Pacifco and Cakeology on hand to keep us well fed and hydrated. The Closet Boston donated a truckload of designer items to seed the Swap, so … Continue reading

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Earth Day Fashion Exchange

SWAP.COM PRESENTS: Earth Day Clothing Exchange For Girls & Guys with The Swapaholics at Fourth Wall Project 132 Brookline ave Boston, MA 02155 HOW THE CLOTHING SWAP WORKS: Buy a ticket, bring a bag, take home a bag! 6 to … Continue reading

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Swapping in Austin

The Swap that we hosted for the Texas Style Council Conference this past friday was one of my all time favorites! The space on 2nd Street in Austin was a clean slate and the walls were made of glass. It … Continue reading

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We are Austin Live

We arrived in to Texas Thursday to film a segment about our Swap on We Are Austin Live. It was the my first time in a real “Green Room” which is kinda weird. They make you stay in this tiny … Continue reading

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Blog.com?

In photos: Adam, Me, Stew, Jen and Kendi Despite what these photos say, working the entire weekends is really stressful and I am so BEAT! We (Swap.com) just got home from sponsoring the Texas Style Council Conference in Austin, TX. Adam is only half done editing the … Continue reading

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2 years of Swapping

Today is the 2 year anniversary of the first swap hosted with Melissa! This led to the creation of the Swapaholics. We wanted to celebrate our 2 years anniversary with something fun, so we did what we do best…created a … Continue reading

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Swapday Video

I’m heading off to the west coast bright and early in the morning to host The Green the Red Carpet Clothing Swap with my fellow start up buddies The Second Glass. This reminded me that I never posted our Swap … Continue reading

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Pop Up Swap

Today was our Worcester Pop Up Swap. The space we usually use for events in the Canal District is gorgeous, but sadly it’s not heated. So we moved a block over to Blackstone Tap, they were more then accommodating for … Continue reading

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