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Diva Exchange

What's the most fun way to save money on clothing? Swap with friends! The Diva Exchange has everyone dressing like a starlet.

You can clean out your closet, gab with your girlfriends and give back at the same time. It's called the Diva Exchange.

"Diva Exchange is where women come and bring clothes out of their closet or shoes and accessories that they are not wearing and we swap them," says creator Marian Bell.

Here's how to host your own:

  • Invite all of your friends (and even their friends) to your house for cocktails and bites.
  • Charge a small admission fee ($5 or so) that will be donated to the charity of your choice.
  • Ask your guests to clean out their closets and bring any clothes that don't fit or they're tired of wearing.
  • Invite friends with home businesses to set up shop at a table at you party.
  • Have fun and swap clothes all night long!
  • At the end of the party, donate any leftover clothes to a local charity or shelter.
For more information, contact:
Marian Bell
marianbell.com

Diva Exchange, Correct Makeup Mishaps, Bags by Nancy Gonzalez, Dressed Up Hair, Dance Abs

Other segments featured on this episode of Mirror/Mirror:

Correct Makeup Mishaps
Correct Makeup Mishaps
Make-up mistakes are easy to make, but fixing them isn't too hard.
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Bags by Nancy Gonzalez
Bags by Nancy Gonzalez
See why relative newcomer Nancy Gonzalez is already one of the most celebrated handbag designers in the world.
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Dressed Up Hair
Dressed Up Hair
Celebrity hairstylist Harry Josh shows us how to wash-and-wear our hair in the morning to create cute styles that night.
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Dance Abs
Dance Abs
No more crunches and sit-ups. Now you can dance your way to tighter abs!
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Live Big with Ali Vincent
My Family Recipe Rocks!
Food Rush
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Let's Dish
Deals
Mexico: One Plate at a Time
Home with Lisa Quinn
Hiring America
Children's Programming
The Chew
Military Makeover
The Balancing Act