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On Monday evening I went along with one of my oldest & best friends Jemma for a blogger Swap Shop party held by Voucher Codes. I missed the last one they held due to being ill & had heard so many good things about it afterwards, so I was pretty excited when I found out they were holding another!

The basic idea of it is that everyone takes 5 items of clothing they no longer wear or want & you are then given stamps according to the value of each of the 5 items. 1 stamp for Primark & cheaper stores, 2 stamps for Topshop & highstreet and 3 stamps for higher end items & designer. Once you’ve got your stamps you’re free to shop the rails of clothing & accessories everyone else has brought & exchange your stamps for the pieces you love.

I was worried there wouldn’t be anything I would want, being so picky & obviously only wearing black, but with over 70 bloggers that attended there was such a good variety of things & I think everyone came away with at least a couple of items they really loved. I ended up coming home with a beautiful black Herve Leger bandage dress, which I was extremely pleased with, a good basic maxi skirt from Dorothy Perkins, plus I also picked up a navy dress from Love for my Mum too. Jemma came away with even more pieces than she had taken (7 in total!), but all things she will get so much wear from. I’m sure you’ll be seeing my items in some outfit posts soon, I can’t wait to show you the dress!

Along with the shopping we were also treated to delicious food from Mother Clucker (genius name, right?!), cupcakes, cocktails & table of pick’n’mix too. Sometimes I kind of hate being vegetarian at these type of things, the fried chicken smelled soo good when they were passing it out & I so wished I could have had a bite! Luckily they also had an amazing jalapeño Mac & Cheese, which is one of my favourite foods, though I never thought to add chilies. It was so good I’m going to have to try making this myself at home! We also couldn’t leave without getting a balloon hat from the amazing Twistina & jumping in the photobooth with our new headgear for some snaps, before having to run for the bus!

It was lovely to catch up with everyone & the whole vibe was so fun & friendly, no elbows in sight! I even had quite a few people come up to me & point me in the direction of all the black things, which was hugely appreciated! It’s a brilliant idea & we both had such a lovely night, I’m keeping my fingers crossed there will be another one soon!

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  1. Posted 26.02.2014 at 4:22 pm | Permalink

    This sounds perfect, I have so many clothes I need to get rid of! Hope they do another one soon!

  2. Posted 26.02.2014 at 6:39 pm | Permalink

    Sounds like a fun event, especially if you get to go with a bff and get rid of some old items and trade them for new things. I love swapping clothes with my friends what is no longer good for them can be such a gem for others and vice versa. I wish Canada had more fun things like this so bloggers or creatives could meet xx

  3. Posted 26.02.2014 at 6:40 pm | Permalink

    Fantastic event and great photos :)
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  4. Posted 26.02.2014 at 7:32 pm | Permalink

    Sounds like a great event, looking forward to see the leger dress

  5. Posted 26.02.2014 at 9:11 pm | Permalink

    They have thought of a good idea to get those links ey? ;) This does look like such a great event though, so would have come along too if I wasn’t away. I get all panicky when there are lots of different things to choose from. Fab pic btw :) xx

  6. Posted 26.02.2014 at 11:06 pm | Permalink

    What a fab idea, sounds like such a fun event! Cannot wait to see the dress, sounds amazing xxx

  7. Posted 27.02.2014 at 9:31 am | Permalink

    You snagged a Herve Leger bandage dress!? Whaaaaaaat? Dayum. Can’t wait to see you wear that one Steph! It sounded like a really fun event, If you go to the next one, I’ll be there! ;)

  8. Posted 28.02.2014 at 6:04 am | Permalink

    Amazing photos and interesting post!!

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  9. Posted 28.02.2014 at 7:49 am | Permalink

    So beautiful <3

  10. Posted 28.02.2014 at 10:22 am | Permalink

    oh this looks like the type of event I love attending! so much fun!!

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  11. Posted 02.03.2014 at 2:44 am | Permalink

    How fun! Looks like it was definitely an amazing time and swap shop event. Seems like such an excellent concept too. :) /Madison

  12. Posted 09.03.2014 at 2:58 pm | Permalink

    I am so envious of everyone that attended this event! Being so thrifty, this is my idea of heaven! I love the idea that you don’t spend anything, I didn’t know how it worked until I read here and on another post about the Swap Shop that stamps are used – such a brilliant idea. I’m looking forward to seeing the bandage dress – I can remember when it was the only style I lusted after for nights out when I was less self conscious! Also, there are always so many delicious goodies at these events!!! xxx

  13. Posted 10.03.2014 at 8:51 pm | Permalink

    Looks like a really fun party. I love clothes swaps but have never managed to swap anything as amazing as a Herve Leger dress.

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