Last month, I teamed up with Glad® to host a party like no other. Perched at the top of the hills overlooking Los Angeles, I invited some of my most stylish friends and fellow bloggers to join me for a night of fashion, fun and food.
I knew my friends had great taste and great wardrobes, but honestly, I didn’t realize how great until I saw the amazing new duds everyone got to go hoem with. While I didn’t take home anything from the swap, except some fabulous jewelry from my girl at GROCK LA, I was shocked by how many designer and trendy items the girls left with. (Um, PS. If you ever host a clothing swap, don’t do what I did and leave the swap to everyone else. Leave your “hostess manners” at the door and get in there and get the goods too!)
Here are some pictures shared with me of their amazing “scores.”
Sarah James looking faaaabulous in my blazer, if I do say so myself. 😉
Christina Simon scored some serious accessories!
Sarah Pahnke Reisert went home with Halston flats. Amazing!
My girl Michele scored big time!
A clothing swap is really the perfect opportunity to host a party where clean up is simple: Guests got to swap, sip, (eat), and shop. They loaded up their “new” clothes and accessories in Glad® ForceFlex® Black Bags and took them home. All the items left over was taken by the Glad clean up crew and donated to Goodwill. This was upcycling at it’s best! Our clean up crew came equipped with Glad® ForceFlex® Black Bags: Extra-strong bags with a unique diamond texture that stretches around objects to help prevent rips and tears. This bag stretches and can be stuffed with just about anything making them the perfect solution for the leftover hangers and some of the shoes that didn’t find a permanent home.
Speaking of clean up, I had a super fun surprise in store for my guests. Check out this video!
All Glad® Large Trash Bags are available at retailers nationwide. For more information, visit www.glad.com.
I am a GLAD Trash Ambassador and supplies for this party, including GLAD products were provided to me by GLAD. My Trash Crash party experience is my own.