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Pre-loved fashion sale at city cathedral

PUBLISHED: 09:32 12 February 2018 | UPDATED: 09:32 12 February 2018

Magazine editor Ciara Elliott and fashion editor Erica Davies who are behind the community Fashion Re:Boot pre-loved sale in Norwich on February 23 2018. Picture: SENT IN BY EMMA VICTOR-SMITH

Magazine editor Ciara Elliott and fashion editor Erica Davies who are behind the community Fashion Re:Boot pre-loved sale in Norwich on February 23 2018. Picture: SENT IN BY EMMA VICTOR-SMITH

SENT IN BY EMMA VICTOR-SMITH

Dedicated followers of fashion will be able to try new styles and make some money at a pre-loved-style event.

Fashion Re:Boot is being held at The Narthex, in the Cathedral of St John the Baptist, on Friday February 23, 7pm-10pm.

It is being hosted by We Got This - an events group to inspire mums and dads.

The Fashion Re:Boot event is the idea of fashion editor Erica Davies and magazine editor Ciara Elliott.

It will feature 30-40 stalls of pre-loved, boutique fashion, high end and high street clothes as well as local artisan makers and retailers.

The event allows people to declutter their wardrobe, refreshing their look, boost their confidence and earn money.

It will also feature fashion bloggers, editors, boutique owners and stylists.

Pitches cost £30 and entrance to customers is £5.

Stalls can be set up from 4pm.

To book tickets for the Fashion Re:Boot visit www.wegotthis.com/norwich-events/norwich-fashion-reboot


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