ASU students unite fashion community with clothing swap

Arizona State University students Chloe Bosmeny and Elizabeth Roman have created a Tempe version of a successful Clothing Swap that originally took place only in Phoenix.

Working with CO-OPhx founder Kelsey Wong they put on the Clothing Swap on the afternoon of March 3rd. The event attracted over 60 people to the house on the edge of ASU campus where the Swap was put on. The Clothing Swap is Tempe’s first and is giving birth to a new forum for people from the city’s fashion community to meet up and network.

Bosmeny and Roman invited local fashion bloggers who even set up booths with DIY activities. The girls behind Clothing Swap Tempe even have plans for another Swap in April, hoping to continue building the fashion-minded community of Tempe.

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