Attic Angel Classic Clothing Sale
September 27 @ 9:00 am - 4:00 pmFree
Attic Angel Association Gently Used and New Clothing Sale September 27-28 Benefits Dane County Families Experiencing Stress and Trauma
Bargain shoppers can ramp up their wardrobes at the annual Attic Angel Classic Clothing Sale September 27-28 and know they are benefiting Dane County families of children up to age 13 experiencing stress and trauma.
The Attic Angel Association office building, corner of Junction and Old Sauk Roads on Madison’s west side, transforms into a well organized women’s boutique where new and gently worn designer-label jackets, sports and cruise wear, dress for success suits, cocktail and formal gowns, coats and more are sold at bargain prices on Friday, September 27 from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. and Saturday, September 28 from 9 a.m.-1 p.m. On Saturday, most merchandise will be reduced to half price for the entire day. Sizes range from petite through extra large. Designer labels include Joseph Ribkoff, Lululemon, Calvin Klein, Spade, St. John, Jones of New York, Carlisle and more.
Gently used clothing comes from the closets of Attic Angel volunteers, staff and friends. To make shopping fun and easy, racks are labeled by category such as designer clothes, cocktail dresses and formal wear, fitness, and more. Purses, belts, shoes, scarves and other accessories round out the Classic Clothing Sale options. Women’s items are collected all year for the popular high quality clothing sale.
“Many shoppers arrive when the doors open on Friday and return on half-price Saturday to see what other bargains are available,” said Attic Angel marketing volunteer Nancy Latta. “We carefully select the in style clothes to be sold. Many of our repeat customers have told us that half their wardrobe has been purchased at our Classic Clothing sales. We are proud of our three Signature Sales, including the Attic Sale in spring and Holidays Galore & More Nov. 1 & 2, where shoppers recycle, repurpose and reinvent quality merchandise while helping young families.”
The nonprofit Attic Angel Association, celebrating 130 years, is composed of more than 500 Attic Angel volunteers who devote time and talent to improve the lives of children and seniors in Dane County. Since 1983, Attic Angel Association has gifted $7.25 million in grants to more than 150 Dane county nonprofits with the three annual signature sales providing a large portion of the gifted funds. For information: 662-8900 or www.atticangel.org