The mums from the Mudjimba Kindy try out some of the outfits on show at next Friday's Nothing to Wear fashion fiesta. Photo: Lauren White Photography
The mums from the Mudjimba Kindy try out some of the outfits on show at next Friday's Nothing to Wear fashion fiesta. Photo: Lauren White Photography

Got nothing to wear?

If you have not already done so, you still have time to book for the fourth annual Nothing to Wear fashion show and night market at Novotel Twin Waters next Friday night (May 15).

It is a great night to grab some gal pals, get glamorous, pick up some bargains and support a worthy cause.

Hosted by Hot FM’s Sami and Blake (Cleo bachelor finalist of the year), it promises to be bigger and better than last year, with design labels from Birikini, Boom Shankar, Coco Bloom, GladRagz, Clothes for Peace, Blossom Betty, Katie Cameron, Zambella Boutique, Style Workroom, Shopping by Appointment and Momoko.

All clothes are available for purchase on the night with 10% of all sales donated by the designers to Mudjimba Community Kindergarten and Preschool.

This year the kindy mums are modelling, so you will see real women wearing some of the Coast’s best designer creations.

Bring your cash, as there will be bargain shopping and raffles with great prizes up for grabs.

Tickets ($25 each) are available from Mudjimba Newsagency and General Store; Coco Bloom (old Vandy’s Garage), Buderim; Zambella Boutique, Coolum; and Invigorate Health Club at Mudjimba.

The ticket price includes a welcome drink, canapés, live music by Image and the fashion show.

Doors open 6.30pm. Parade starts at 7pm.

For further information about the Nothing to Wear fashion show, phone 0411 813 790.


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