The Dayton Fashion Week Clothing Swap

Shop For Free

Shop For Free

What's the most awesome thing you can do to support sustainable and ethical fashion during Dayton Fashion Week? A clothing swap! Clear the clutter and upgrade your wardrobe without spending a dime! Bring your gently used clothing and accessories to the Main Event Center at the Montgomery County Fair Grounds on Thursday, March 19th-21st, 2020. Participants may bring as many items as they'd like.

Do you have any clothes or accessories that you absolutely love but just may not wear anymore? We certainly do and where sure that you do too so bring those gently used garments and accessories over to the Dayton Fashion Week Clothing Swap!

SHOP FOR FREE…yes we said FREE, however if you’d like to support our growth a $5 donation is suggested, donations will go towards securing a venue that addresses every aspect of the fashion industry in one synergistic place where design and fashion professionals and entrepreneurs can work and prosper together!

Participants can search through items dropped off by other fashionista’s and fashionisto’s to replace the items you are trading in. All sizes and styles are encouraged to participate. Items will be organized by size and style. Feel free to bring shoes, belts, accessories, bags, along with your wardrobe items.

(Please Note: All items MUST BE CLEAN. We are not accepting any undergarments. Items that may be missing parts or have non-conforming parts like buttons or zippers MUST be identified by pinning a note on the item so that we can organize them in a special area.  All items should be folded and in good condition (ask yourself would I give this item to a friend?).

Bring your own bag, please - we are trying to make this as green an event as possible

Disclaimer: By participating in this event you are forfeiting ownership of the clothing items donated and understand that you can only take up to 5 items away from the event. You also understand that in some cases you may not find items you wish to take away with you, in which case you cannot ask for your donated items returned or a refund.