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Women swap clothes for charity
2:08pm Tuesday 11th February 2014 in News
WOMEN in Malvern have enjoyed an evening of swishing.
The swishing trend sees people swap quality items of clothing and accessories with each item brought to the Malvern evening allowing donors to take home a new one.
The event was hosted by Hazel Robinson from Nuts about Style and Anna Downs from Fiesta Fit Club.
They also gave those who attended tips on improving their posture and how to best dress for their body shape.
Ceridwen Donaldson, local dress designer and seamstress from Younique was on hand to ensure that any swished clothes which needed a little help to be the perfect fit could be tweaked into shape.
Raffle tickets were also on sale raising money for St Richard's Hospice and Birmingham Women's Hospital's Tiny Babies, Big Appeal.
Richard Merriman and Anthea Nakorn from Deja Vu, a dress agency run by St Richard's Hospice, also brought a range of clothes and accessories from the shop.
Steve Beats, portrait photographer from the Beacon Camera Club captured the event on his camera during the evening on Friday, February 7.