Bummer! Sales have ended.
Unfortunately, tickets for this event are no longer on sale.
Bring up to 10 of your gently-used clothes, shoes, bags and accessories to the event and swap them!
Get new-to-you pieces for nothing!
You'll even get a chance to swap for pieces from the amazing ClosetDash Inventory! Tahari, Theory, BCBG to name a few.
CollegeFashionista Style Gurus will also be in attendance to cover the event, keeping an eye out for potential spotlight fashionistas!
GUEST SPEAKERS JUST ADDED!
Jennifer Lee, Founder, ClosetDash (formally Emerging Markets Asia Rates Trader at Barclays Capital)
Kristie Wauthier, Senior Products Strategist, Martha Stewart Living
How does the swap work?
Simple! For each item you bring you get to take one from the swap area! We will give you 1 ticket for each piece that we accept for the swap. Each ticket can be used to take an item from the swap area!
How many items can I bring to swap?
Each person can bring up to 10 items maximum to swap!
What can I bring to swap?
We will only be accepting womens clothes, shoes, bags and accessories for swapping. Items MUST BE in good to excellent condition, free of stains, rips, tears and smells. We will check every piece that is brought in for the swap to make sure only excellent condition pieces are part of the swap
What is ClosetDash?
ClosetDash is the first and ONLY place to shop and swap the fashions you love! Take your unused clothes and use them to swap for pieces at ClosetDash! Find us online at closetdash.com or in NYC at 30 East 20th St, Suite 402
What is hercampus.com?
hercampus.com is a site with a local chapter at Hofstra that writes news, a photo blog, campus celebrities, events, polls, campus cuties, and blog for the university.
What is Ed2010?
The Ed2010 Hofstra Chapter is Hofstra University’s answer to future magazine mavens. This club exists to serve as a community for students that are interested in learning more about the magazine industry, so they can fulfill their dreams of landing top editing and writing positions at a publication.