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4 Apr

7th Annual Nifty for Fifty Indie Designer Blow Out Sale This Sunday

Nifty for Fifty Fashion Sale 2014

Image courtesy of Nifty for Fifty | Facebook

It’s a blow out sale like no other, one that’s full of beautifully designed goods and apparel made by local indie designers in Vancouver, selling off their one-of-a-kind items for deeply (deeply!) discounted rates… It’s the Nifty for Fifty Sale, coming back to Vancouver this Sunday, April 6, 2014 from 11am-8pm at the Heritage Hall on Main Street.

Last year the line up for this event wrapped around the block, this year frugal fashionistas will likely be doing the same thing, itching to get their hands on some of the hottest local designs available for sale.

Nifty for Fifty Sale Vancouver 2014

The Nifty for Fifty sale is a unique craft market / clothes market that features 30 local designers and artists selling everything from accessories to clothing to trinkets, all for $50 or less. This may not seem like a great deal to you, but if you’ve ever had the chance to shop for unique, handmade apparel, you know it isn’t always cheap!

Just in time to revamp your Spring wardrobe, the Nifty for Fifty Sale is a glorified fashion garage sale, often referred to as a “Boxing Day Sale in April”. Convinced yet?

Nifty for Fifty Sale Vancouver 2014

Image courtesy of RISH Jewelry | Facebook

The sale will feature designs and doo-dads from Vancouver’s finest indie designers, including: Adhesif Clothing, Allison WonderlandElroy Apparel, Bronsino, and so many more.

“This sale is unlike any other in town, and it only happens once a year,” warns Melissa Ferreira, the event’s producer. “So if you want to get your hands on the really good stuff, be early!”

Nifty for Fifty Sale Vancouver 2014

Images courtesy of Elroy Apparel | Facebook

Nifty for Fifty is happening April 6th 2014 from 11am-8pm at Heritage Hall (3102 Main Street). With something for everyone, come down with a gaggle of girlfriends – just make sure you break open the piggy bank beforehand because many vendors will only be accepting cash. Admission is $1 at the door.

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