All-you-can-eat buffets are great but you know what’s better?

A buffet that indulges your need for variety, and at the same time, gives you a new look while giving back to the community.

Carousell is organising a clothes buffet next weekend, so instead of stuffing your tummy, stuff a bag for charity!

Revamp Your Wardrobe

From 28 April onwards, Carousell will be rolling out trusted meet-up spots, all centrally located within Frasers Property malls, to make it even easier and safer to buy, sell and connect.

Image Credit: Carousell Singapore

To celebrate the launch of the new trusted meet-up spots, Carousell will be hosting a “All-You-Can-Stuff” Carousell Clothes Buffet from 28 – 29 April.

Shopaholics, gear up for the weekend of your life.

Here’s what you have to do:

1. Have lightly-worn clothes hanging around that you don’t have a need for anymore? Donate them to the Carousell Clothes Buffet!

2. Take part in the ‘All-You-Can-Stuff’ fundraising drive by purchasing bags to stuff all that you can from the clothes buffet spread. You get to keep all the clothes, while all sales proceeds will go to charity.

3. You’ll have the option to buy ziplock bags of different sizes. Prices will range from $5 – $15 a piece. The more clothes you donate, the cheaper the bags.

Simple right? You get to revamp your entire wardrobe and give back to charity at the same time!

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Time to declutter your wardrobe and donate that one-size-too-small number to someone who’ll find it a treasure.

“One man’s trash is another man’s treasure,” as the saying goes.

‘All-You-Can-Stuff’ Carousell Clothes Buffet
Address: 
The Centrepoint, Central Atrium 176 Orchard Road, S(238843)
Date:
28 – 29 April
Time: 
11am to 5pm

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