The trend of re-liking and reusing fashion reduces waste and restyles closet space. Hopeful Roots Consultant Kelly Collins will speak about streamlining clothing on Mon., Sept. 2 at 2 p.m. at Random Acts of Consignment, located at 20 N. Main St. in Florida, NY.
All are welcome to the free event, entitled “Developing Habits for a Sustainable Future” lead by Hopeful Roots Consultant Kelly Collins. She will discuss the popular Project 333™, a minimalist fashion challenge that invites people to dress with 33 likeable items for three months.
Under new ownership, Random Acts of Consignment will also be open for business that from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. Owners, Doug and Cheryl Petersen, look forward to meeting and serving the community by providing women and men’s clothing and accessories.