When wardrobes start overflowing with clothes that are hardly worn, it only means one thing, TIME TO DECLUTTER!

This was exactly how Ginikachi Eloka, the brain behind NFB yard sale, felt as a UNILAG undergraduate in 2014, when she stared in to her wardrobe and realised she had a lot of valuable clothes she wasn’t wearing.

Reaching out to her friend, they both organised a yard sale in December 2014 and the buyers couldn’t be more pleased at the good deals they got.

Now a graduate of Systems Engineering and a force to be reckoned with in the creative industry, Kachi believes more people should engage in letting go of things they don’t need because it helps them focus on acquiring more important things in life.

However, Kachi’s NFB Yard Sale now comes with a bigger objective of charity and providing value for the buyers and sellers.

People who want to declutter their wardrobe for a reasonable amount of money can be a part of the forth-coming yard sale.

It’s also an opportunity for fashion lovers to shop stylish pieces at affordable prices.

And because it’s important to reach out to those in need, there will an auction segment where the money generated will be donated towards empowering the less privileged women of Iroto, a rural community in Ogun state.

Although the aim is to generate over N250 million towards the Iroto project, the auction is set to begin at N3,500.

The yard sale is set to happen on July 24 at Ethnic Heritage Center, 35A Raymond Njoku street, off Awolowo road Ikoyi.

There’ll be so many awesome pieces from designers like Gucci, Lisa Folawiyo, CLAN, Hermes and Swarovski and also what we all love the most, PLENTY FOOD!

To be a part of this yard sale, check out more details via the Instagram and Facebook pages.


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