SwapYourWardrobe.com, the new French shopping website based on barter goes global!
Our Concept : www.SwapYourWardrobe.com was launched in France to allow fashion- conscious women to freshen their wardrobes without spending a dime. We target women with a closet ready to explode, but still can’t find anything to wear.
How It Works : Anyone can join SwapYourWardrobe.com. Members create a virtual closet of clothes they are willing to trade. They can go shopping in other members’ closet and propose exchanges. Members make their own arrangements to swap clothes by mail or in person.
We offer a huge and fashionable selection : Our members wear the best. The valuable and essential pieces of a perfect wardrobe are available on SwapYourWardrobe.com
Our brands include : Chloé, Prada, Louboutin, …. Isabel Marant, Maje, Sandro, Vanessa Bruno… and also American Apparel….
Check this out: French fashion bloggers’ closets are available for exchange on SwapYourWardrobe.com
Exchanging couldn’t be simpler, and it’s free!
You can make an exchange in three clicks.
You can exchange: clothing for women, men, children, as well as accessories, cosmetics…
You can exchange items as often as you want. SwapYourWardrobe.com is FREE!
Who we are?
SwapYourWardrobe.com was created by a Parisian fashionista.
Truc Mai VOHONG, has worked in the public relations department at Emanuel Ungaro in New York and as a fashion and strategy consultant in Paris.
A graduate of the rigorous HEC (Hautes Etudes Commerciales) in France, Truc Mai also studied business at the University of California Berkeley. She got her fashion education from the Fashion Institute of Technology New York and the famous Institut Français de la Mode in Paris.
SwapYourWardrobe.com is the marriage of Truc Mai’s business acumen and fashion savvy. But, it was inspired by Truc Mai’s personal experience. Like many of her friends, Truc Mai’s closet was stuffed with fantastic designer pieces, purchased at private sample sales and collected over the years. But Truc Mai, like many fashion- conscious women, complained that she never had anything to wear.
Truc Mai turned to swapping clothes with her friends, as a way to stay fashion-forward within her budget. This strategy was so successful that Truc Mai was convinced that it could work for other women. Therefore she launched the French version of SwapYourWardrobe.com (www.TrocVestiaire.com). The website has been building members and buzz ever since.