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Awe geez...I wish I did but already passed mine along. Gotta agree with Susan though..try the consignment shops. Name Brand Second Hand off of Warden Road in Sherwood is one of my favorites, and you can get great clothes at amazing prices there, and they have plenty of women's sizes. Also, Elaine's Closet on Cantrell in Little Rock has a fantastic selection with lots of women's sizes. Then when you get to a 14-16 (which will be quicker than you can imagine!) try Poor Little Rich Girl off of Kavanaugh. I don't ever go to the mall anymore...I ADORE these stores!!!
Good Luck to you!!!
I didded it, Tiny Big Chief!
I'm glad that you didn't think I was trying to be clothes-nazi or anything. Just thought I'd try and pre-empt any of those clothing-exchange horrors we've heard from others!
Love you much!
Susan, I will "handle" all the leftovers, as promised. I've been meaning to post something way before now, but you know what an airhead I am!
SOME GUIDELINES FOR CLOTHING EXCHANGE:
1. No underwear, please
2. Limit what you bring to 10 or less items. (initially anyway, and we'll see how it goes)
3. Bring only "season appropriate" items.
4. All items should be clean! Not necessarily dry-cleaned or pressed mind you, but nothing that's been wadded up in the bottom of your dirty-clothes hamper for months.
5. Don't bring anything you would be embarrassed to have worn to the meeting yourself. (I'm all about some casual clothing folks, but pants with holes worn in the butt or t-shirts covered in grease stains? NOT.
I'm just sayin'!...)
6. No hangars, please. Nicely folded is perfect.
If you don't want to take home your "leftovers" at the end of the night, I'll be glad to take them to ARC and/or Goodwill Friday morning.
We're a super-friendly group of people so I don't forsee any big ole' catfights over particular clothing items, but consider yourself warned that if it DOES get ugly, I'll videotape and post it on U-TUBE in a heartbeat!!! Wouldn't that be a hoot? Our surgeons would disown/disacknowledge us, ha ha! (I tend to be able to find humor in just about evrything... )