Vestiaire Collective Charity Sale Picks

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I’m sure you’re all familiar with Vestiaire Collective. Maybe you saw my previous posts on the company or, more likely, you’re one of the millions of fashion fanatics who stalk their designer booty. With pre-owned sartorial delights by every covetable designer brand under the sun added every day, it’s basically a one stop shop for all things chic albeit potentially lethal for the old bank balance. Well, if you needed any excuse to splurge on that x then I have excellent news for you. This week Vestiaire Collective are running a charity sale, the genius of which is manifold. The stylish likes of Jade Parfitt, Rachel Weisz, Jessie J, Jodie Kidd and Gemma Arterton have also donated party perfect pieces with the profits from each going to their charities of choice which include Cancer Research and NSPCC. This is coinciding with the launch of Vestiaire’s Party Wear category so you, I and anyone else can stock up on cocktail frocks previously owned by some of the world’s most stylish women and raise money for truly worthy causes all in the click of a mouse. In celebration of the whole fabulous thing, I’ve picked out a few of my favourite pieces. Credit cards at the ready people…

1) Tallulah Harlech’s Vivienne Westwood Anglomania dress for the NSPCC, £225, Size 40 IT, click here to buy
2) Fanny Moizant’s Gianvito Rossi heels for Le Reve De Clara, £510, Size 38 EU, click here to buy
3) Susan Cooney’s Proenza Schouler Jeans for Barnardos, £100, Size 25 US, click here to buy
4) Emma Elwick Bates’ Unreal Faux Fur Coat for the NSPCC, £110, Size XS, click here to buy
5) Laura Fantacci’s Swarovski card holder for sugarplum children, £120, click here to buy
6) Diana Duah’s vintage Ferragamo heels for Doctors Without Borders, £125, Size 7 UK, click here to buy
7) Kirsty Gallacher’s Alessandro Del Aqua dress for Battersea Dog’s Home, £125, Size 40 IT, click here to buy

Love Ella. X

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  1. You were really lucky to secure all of these things. I have made 4 purchases from Vestiaire collective and only 2 have actually been honoured. The system allows sellers to pull out of sales after a buyer has committed money and this happens in my experience 50% of the time. You buy something you have been searching for for months, and spend a week happily dreaming about it eventually arriving (the dispatch is leisurely! Two weeks is usual) and then they tell you the seller has changed their mind or sold it elsewhere. Beware anyone using VC.

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