#SwapWearsPink In October: Breast Cancer Awareness

Did you know that 1 in 8 women will be diagnosed with an invasive breast cancer in their lifetime? According to breastcancer.org, in 2018 they estimate 266,120 new cases will be diagnosed. We at swap.com feel that it is important to educate and support breast cancer awareness. We’ve provided general breast cancer information, the leading risk factors, and ways we can help further its research and medical resources. (more…)

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Fall Fashion on a Budget

Shopping all the great looks may seem challenging if you’re on a budget. You want to look fashionable without spending loads of money, right? We at Swap like to call it: fashion on a budget! It’s important to note that money does not buy fashion. Fashion is about style and creativity. It’s all about how you create your style with what you have and are able to spend. I’ve listed 8 quick tips on how you can shop fall fashion on a budget. (more…)

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Consignment Day 2018

Here at swap.com, we celebrate consignment everyday with the core values of who we are. The average American throws away 70 pounds of clothing and other textiles annually. This leaves 85% of textiles in our landfill. [1] What a waste! Our CEO Juha Koponen, wanted to make an impact in improving this epidemic. That meant creating the best online consignment store ever (that’s us). We want to ensure that you save your pocket books and the environment, all while looking fashionably great. With that in mind, consignment has multiple benefits. Below are 7 reasons why shopping secondhand is beneficial. (more…)

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Top 2018 Fall/Winter Color Trends

The Fall season is upon us and so is a wardrobe change. Are you not feeling bright colors anymore? Are you into deeper hues for the fall?  The team at the Pantone Color Institute created a 2018 fall/winter Color trend report. The top color palette worn at New York Fashion Week for the upcoming season, is included in the report. This season’s color trends are both bold and rich. Are you surprised? (more…)

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