Clothing Exchange

  • Bring 10 | Take 10 #bring10take10
  • Women’s | Men’s | All sizes
  • Cost | $10 cash at the door or through Eventbrite
  • Date | Thursdays Quarterly (Feb./May/Aug./Nov.)
  • Time | 5-9PM
  • Place | C3 Edmonton
  • 9425-76AVE

The Details

Join Nette Style for our next Clothing Exchange event!

Clothing swaps are an awesome way to update your wardrobe, give clothes new life, help the environment by keeping items out of landfills AND *combat modern day slavery! Fashion heroes!

When you arrive hand over your items and we’ll take care of the rest! Enjoy a complimentary refreshment as you browse the racks, try on pieces and take up to 10 items home with you.
Items not taken from previous exchanges are available and new items arrive throughout the evening so attend any time!

Invite some friends and we can’t wait to see you there!

*A portion of the proceeds will be donated to IJM Canada who work to end slavery and human trafficking.

**Please Note: By registering for this event you’re agreeing to be photographed and included on our email list. But don’t worry, we won’t spam you and will only post nice photots of the event & participants. If you’re uncomfortable with this, please let us know at the event and we’ll try to be aware of this when taking photos.

We are working to make sure that everyone that attends will feel safe & comfortable.
We will be :
-Wiping down and disinfecting surfaces (especially high touch surfaces) throughout the evening.
-Providing access to hand sanitizer (we also encourage you to wash your hands upon entry)
-Encouraging attendees to stay home and away from others if sick
-Masks are no longer mandatory but if you feel more comfortable wearing a mask then we encourage you to do so.


-Have a fever, cough, sore throat, runny nose, or
shortness of breath
-Have travelled outside of Canada within the last 14 days
-Are a close contact of a person who tested positive
for COVID-19

We will closely monitor & update guidelines according to regulations & information put forth by the Gov’t of Alberta.

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