At Swishing Party Swap Your Clothes to Save Earth

In UK, according to BBC report, a latest craze of a unique party trend has charmed almost all the fashionable party loving women. Surely, these fashionable party animals assemble together to drink and dance.

But what follows after the merry making session is something stunning and rare. They start swapping! Yes..they start swapping, however, nothing but their old fashionable accessories and clothes.

According to the party rules, every participant has to bring any fashion accessory or fashion apparel, of course it has to be an old one but should be valuable. Then, these contributions are hung up on drying racks or hangers only to be swapped later.

After several rounds of wines, they wait for a whistle, completely entranced. No sooner than the whistle blows, after the drinks, than they start racing towards those old fashion products. The party rules allow a lady to choose as many things she wants, even if she had contributed a single dress or something else.

These unique parties have come up with some unique solutions and benefits too. Amazingly, the biggest beneficiary is nothing but our own loving earth which we are trying hard to save. Amazing enough…a party can save the earth! How?

About 900,000 tonnes of fashion garbage is dumped, according to a textile recycling charity, Traid, in UK every year. So, if such parties become common, a heap of to-be-dumped fashion products can go to other’s wardrobes instead of being thrown away.

Apart from saving the planet’s climate, it has another benefit too. It can help you save huge amount also. Won’t you prefer to go for a skirt, though old one but in good condition, which may cost more than $75 or so.

Yes..your search and urge for such parties, after knowing this much, is natural and practical. Step out of your home, please, and look out when such a party is held near you. Probably, there goes a swishing party tonight!

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