Clothing Swap

Give your wardrobe an update as we head into the warmer months!
Join us for a fun afternoon of swapping clean well-loved clothes and accessories at The Great Duvall Clothing Swap, Spring 2023 Edition — because looking good shouldn't cost the Earth. Swapping clothes is a fantastic way to enjoy new clothes, give your old clothing new life, and keeping clothes out of landfills while also saving pennies and the planet!


$5 Entry Fee with clothing drop-off
$10 Entry Fee if no drop-off
$15 VIP First Pick Pass -- get first dibs before we open the swap to everyone else!

Skip the line and register ahead here.

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Bring up to 10 of your gently worn clean clothes, jewelry, and shoes to Earthlove before 1pm on April 15th (see for hours). You will receive a token for each item accepted when you check-in on April 15th (one token per item, minimum 5 to start regardless of number dropped off). Men's | Women's | All sizes. One token = one swappable item.
Don't have anything to swap? Swapping is optional and you do not have to drop-off clothing to participate in the swap. You will receive 5 tokens to start.
Check-in/Drop-off: 12pm-1pm
VIP First Pick Swap: 1pm-1:30pm
General Swap: 1:30pm-4pm
Enjoy complimentary tea and refreshments while browsing the racks, trying on new clothes, and taking clothes home with you. Invite some friends for a fun afternoon — we can't wait to see you there!
NOTE: We will only accept clean, good quality clothes that have been gently worn. No rips, stains, or tears and free of faults. No t-shirts with logos. If it's missing a button, fix it beforehand. No one wants a mending project. The best items to swap are those that you once loved but are no longer your favorite or no longer fits well. This way, you are giving them a second life with someone new who will treasure them.
**Leftover items will be donated to a local charity and additional net proceeds will be donated to The Xerces Society to help with the conservation of bees, butterflies, and other pollinators.