Get ready for our iconic pre-loved fashion pop-up Bubbles & Bargains - proudly sponsored by Xplore for Success - Summer edition!
Hot days and balmy nights… summer is just around the corner, and don’t we deserve all the sunshiny celebrations?
Whatever your wardrobe needs – a refresh, an upgrade, a treat – explore 1000's of curated designer items starting at only $10. Our prices haven’t changed in ten years - the very best of pre-loved fashion at true bargain prices. Take that inflation!
Expect designer brands like Camilla, Coach, Kate Spade, Camilla and Marc, Scanlan Theodore and Sass & Bide in our range of gently loved (and new!) clothing, shoes, and accessories. Bubbles & Bargains is THE place to invigorate your wardrobe and find that unique piece (or more!).
The best part? Your decision to shop at a Dress for Success NSW & ACT event means all proceeds go towards helping vulnerable women land careers that change their lives.
There are 3 sessions to choose from, but tickets are limited and sell out quickly - grab yours today!
Saturday 18, 1pm until close / $50 entry
Sip on style, toast to savings! VIP 1 shoppers get intimate first access to the sale with unlimited time to browse and shop. Plus, a glass of bubbles on arrival and a glam gift bag.
Saturday 18, 3pm - 5pm / $40 entry
Enjoy relaxed spacious shopping over two hours. Gift bag and a glass of bubbles on arrival included.
Sunday 19, 9am – 11.30am / $20 entry
Some of the best treasures are found in Sunday's sale! Your ticket entry includes two items of choice. All clothing is marked down to $10 per item. Shoes, accessories, pants, and skirts are 2 for $10.
- Cash and cards accepted
- Please BYO shopping bag(s)
- Parking is FREE - entry from Anzac Parade. For transit, visit: https://transportnsw.info
- This is a child-free event due to the busy nature of the sale
- Please note the day & timing you have purchased as that is the time you will be allowed to enter.
Saturday, 18 November & Sunday, 19 November
Sydney Boys HS, Moore Park
556 Cleveland St, Moore Park NSW 2021, Australia