LADIES dressed to impress and dug deep from their pockets at the annual Clothes Swap 4 Charity on the weekend picking up a bargain for a good cause. 

It was a shopping extravaganza at the Brolga Theatre with loads of donated outfits, shoes and bags on show in a walk-in wardrobe style set up. 

Organiser Chelsea Dolfin-Bicanic, who worked tirelessly to get the rocking event happening, said the initial count was $6000 raised to re-build a school in earthquake ravaged Nepal.

This year's event, which helped promote local businesses, was all about empowering women to feel comfortable just the way they are.

A guest speaker from the Sunshine Coast, Mandy Hargreaves inspired women while teaching clothes swappers a thing or two about dressing beautifully and feeling confident in their own skin. 

There was a live auction and women let their hair down and danced the night away. 



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