Brisbane's Designer Rummage Sale Is Happening!

Brisbane's Designer Rummage Sale Is Happening!

Excellent clothes, excellent cause!

By Bella Stephan and Sierra Haigh | 24th September 2019

It’s time to de-clutter your wardrobe for a good cause! The Annual Designer Rummage Sale is the perfect place for fashion seekers to buy second-hand, high quality garments and accessories where everything is $5. It’s an event not to be missed if you need a few fresh pieces added to your collection. But before the shopping begins, the team organizing the event are reaching out for donations!

It’s a great opportunity to spring-clean your draws while helping a good cause. As a proud event supporter of the rummage sale, we will be going through our pre-loved threads, too! After all, who knows what new looks could be born from your old wardrobe (or the new wardrobe you find at the sale)?

Every donation counts, and is sure to help raise funds to address domestic violence prevention and the work of Women’s Legal Service.

Located in the Princess Theatre on Annerley Road, this event will run from 2pm – 4pm on Saturday 26 October, however, donation opportunities finish up on Saturday 19 October. Every donation is another chance for a sale, and by extension, another family helped. The more garments and accessories on-hand, the more money we can raise, so get busy digging up gems from the dusty corners of your closets!

Donations can be accepted at any of the ten designated donation drop-off points. Give your quality, pre-loved garments to any of the lovely staff at Women’s Legal Service Queensland, ONE ONE ONE Eagle Street, Big Bad Wolff, PQ Fine Alterations, Obsidian Hair, Fabrik Sewing Studio, or any of the Lululemon stores at Indooroopilly, Chermside, James Street, or Queen Street. Just pick whichever location is closest to you, and drop by with your threads.

Then, get ready to shop up a guilt-free storm by decking out your wardrobe with charitable fashion, knowing the purchase of your new style is making a positive impact on the lives of women and children experiencing domestic violence.


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Article by Bella Stephan and Sierra Haigh

This story has been written by a Guest Styler for Style