Olivia Spurr and Sally Alcock may have been mistaken for fashion fashions at Claremont Showgrounds this week.
However the whole lot they have been sporting was donated.
The Emilio Pucci costume and Sophia Webster sneakers Ms Alcock wore and Ms Spurr’s Eavis and Brown costume will probably be for sale at tomorrow’s Bindaring Red Cross Clothes Sale at Claremont Showgrounds.
The sale, in its 54th yr, has developed a repute as Perth’s most complete providing of classic fashion.
Individuals donate clothes and about 270 volunteers work behind the scenes for the sale, which has folks lining up hours earlier than the doorways open at 9am.
Bindaring Red Cross vice-president Caroline Arundell stated the fundraiser was properly supported.
“Individuals need to assist the Red Cross as a result of there are an enormous quantity of companies they do which serve the group,” Ms Arundell stated.
“It’s such a fantastic occasion as a result of it's full cycle. Individuals donate their garments and time and the funds return into the group.”
The sale options op store objects from $2 to $15, boutique objects from $20 and high-finish designer clothes from $99 to $200.
Louis Viutton, YSL, Chanel, Prada, and Armani are only a few of the massive labels on supply.