This is a community event designed to encourage people to acquire clothing through neighbors instead of indulging in fast fashion. We ask you to be reasonable in both giving and taking and hopefully we will have an enjoyable event for all. Our goal is happy people with new wardrobe options. We aim to reduce consumerism and reduce textile waste.
Sunday, March 19, 1-4pm
Filipino-American Community Hall, 7566 High School Rd
Drop-off day is Saturday, March 18, 11am-2pm
(You may bring on the day of the event, but Saturday is preferred.)
Bring any gender clothing, kid and adult sizes.
All items must be clean, quality clothes that are in good shape. Please only bring items that you would gift to your best friend.
Please bring your own bag for carrying clothing home.
Please bring... Do not bring...
Email Naomi with questions.
How does it work?
We are operating on the honor system. Drop off what you have (preferably in advance on Saturday, 11am-2pm, but day-of is an option) and take what you need.
What if I don't have clothes to swap?
That's okay -- come and select new-to-you apparel whether you have something to share or not. The point is to get away from buying new all the time.
How many items can I bring?
Be reasonable - approximately 12 maximum. We reserve the right to review and return clothing we don’t think will be taken.
What happens to the leftover clothing?
The adult clothing will go to South Seattle Community College's Free Store, and children's pieces will be donated to KidVantage in Bremerton.
ReFashion Exhibit at
Bainbridge Arts and Crafts
Opening Reception April 1, 6-8pm
ReFashion: an exhibition of clothing and accessories all made from repurposed materials. Planned in partnership with ReFashion Bainbridge for the month of April.
Artists include Olivia Vessenes, Paige St-Pierre, Susan Skalak, Janelle Abbott, Bella Kim, Naomi Spinak, Rebecca Morse, Shira Pinker, Betty Laughlin, Heather Griffin, Sara Owens and Ann Willis.
Image Credit: Paige St-Pierre