Sam Beare Hospice shop puts fashionistas to the test

Shopping: High Street or high fashion?

Shopping: High Street or high fashion?

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The infamous high street or hospice shop fashion show will return once again to help raise funds for Sam Beare Hospice.

For a third year, attendees to the ladies lunch are invited to spot the difference between high street and charity shop outfits as they are debuted on the runway.

Staff at Union Hair, Walton, will be modelling at the show and have been busy picking out outfits from Sam Beare Hospices shops to ensure they dazzle on the catwalk.

The charity shop ensembles will be modelled alongside clothes from Debenhams and bridal wear from Surrey Brides, Weybridge with hair and makeup provided by Brooklands College students.

Margaret Watford, show organiser, said: “Last year only a couple of ladies guessed whether the clothes were hospice or high street, and with the fantastic pieces we’ve found this year, I think it’ll be even harder to tell.”

Tickets for the event on Monday, March 10, at the Hilton, Cobham, cost £32 and include lunch with a glass of wine.

To book tickets call Pam Ling on 01932 243521.

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