Dig N' Swap is the easiest most fun way to swap fashionable clothing and accessories with people who share your passion for fashion. The idea for Dig 'N' Swap was born out of the lack of a sensible and environment-friendly way to deal with our ever-expanding wardrobes. We love fashion, but we also consider that swapping clothes puts less of a strain on the resources of the planet by allowing an item to go through several lives. Dig N' Swap takes clothes-swapping parties to the next level by giving you access to items listed by other fashionistas from all over the country, and allowing you to update your wardrobe while protecting your saving account and the environment.
Dig 'N' Swap looks to complement the real-world parties, which are as much about social interaction as they are about clothes, by creating an online community where fashion-conscious women can communicate, share insights, and trade clothes and accessories. Users list items they are looking to trade and accept or decline trade offers from other users. Through countless discussions and insights from women about the features they would like to see in our website, we produced an easy-to-use website which you can visit at www.dignswap.com.
Dig 'N' Swap promotes sustainable development and an eco-friendly lifestyle. Through Dig 'N' Swap, we can all contribute to modestly to alleviate the pressure on our planet's resources by recycling items that would otherwise be discarded, and by acquiring new items in an eco-friendly way that encourages reuse and discourages waste.
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