The Thrifty Fashionista highlights style on the cheap

Salvation Army fashion show this week will feature more than red smocks and santa hats.

The Salvation Army Thrift Stores are hosting a fashion show—The Thrifty Fashionista.

The show will be held Monday Feb. 27 at 7 p.m. at the Ramada Hotel 2170 Harvey Avenue. We will be featuring casual wear, work outfits and over the top party gowns. Everyone attending the fashion show will receive a swag bag filled with such items as jewelry, picture frames, lip balm, notecards and more. There will be door prizes and a surprise grand prize draw.

Our models are from the community and represent the diversity of women today.

“We are delighted to have The Lady of the Lake Michelle Mazur and Kelowna Princess Rachel Sousa in our show too,” said Patty Lou Bryant, communications co-ordinator, in a press release.

Tickets are available at our thrift stores—Westbank, Rutland and Sutherland Avenue for $10 each. Learn how to look fabulous on a thrifty budget.

Follow our story of hope on Facebook at The Salvation Army Central Okanagan, on Twitter @kelownasallyann and on our website.

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