Thursday, April 23, 2015

#STBC: Shop The Blogger Closet Sale


On March 29th, we set up shop at Frontier Luxury Flooring in Vancouver for the first-ever Shop the Blogger Closet Sale! We have over 300 shoppers pass through the pop-up shop, even with the torrential downpour that was happening that weekend. Wow! And it was pretty exciting to see our pre-loved items being sold to wonderful new owners.

 Stephanie Trembath, blogger of Minimalist-St.Me and founder of the STBC sale collaborated with UBC's Social Work Program to raise money for a small community in Arviat, Nunavut, and together we raised over $500 for the Young Hunters Program! The proceeds will go towards funding staff and materials to educate the Arviat community on environmental health and economic vitality.

The whole event smelled totally amazing thanks to Vancouver Candle Co., who set up shop at the event as well. I went over and of course had to sniff every single candle (you can never have enough candles), and must say my favourite was definitely the Fairview, a sharp citrus scent with a hint of sweetness.

Even if you weren't able to come check it out and shop our closets, you can still always get inspired and see where you can shop our outfits via our blogs:


Big thanks to sponsors Frontier Luxury Flooring, Daily Secret, Verlico and Happy Water for helping make the event such a success!









Blondie bloggers stick together! Leeanne of Legallee Blonde and Bree of The Urban Umbrella



Sold all of my beautiful vintage scarves!






It's a blogger party! Founder of #STBC Stephanie Trembath is on the left! And my other blogger buddies Elizabeth of The Style Saver & Samantha of Obsessive Trend Invitation on the right


With the Rosalia of Style-Love, Leeanne of Legallee Blonde, and Bree of  Urban Umbrella


Thanks to Thomas Bullock for the photos!


Outfit: Sweater - Charter Club (via Macy's) | Necklace - Nobis & Grey | Pants - Zara (thrifted via Salvation Army) | Flats - Mei Xi (thrifted via Value Village)

Happy Styling! xo

~Britta

2 comments:

  1. Love, love, love all of the pics! And thanks so much for the shoutout gorgeous!!

    Xo
    Lee | LegalLee Blonde

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