Thank you and happy holidays!
(802) 863 - 1461
We're holding a coat drive at Dirt Chic in advance of our annual Coats & Coffee event, which we host every year with August First. Coats and Coffee is a free "shopping" opportunity for low income folks around our area; we set up a store-like setting, and those in need can peruse the racks and select winter items for themselves and their families. Please feel free to bring in gently-used coats and winter accessories anytime before Saturday, December 16th, and we will be sure to include them in our event. We are giving out Dirt Chic coupons as a show of thanks to those who bring in items for donation.
Thank you and happy holidays!
If you would like more information about this event, please don't hesitate to call:
(802) 863 - 1461
Autumn has been a busy season! We will be taking this time to catch up on all the great inventory we have recently received. We are reaching capacity and physically cannot take in additional inventory until we get through all of the new arrivals and make room for them in the store. We're very sorry for the inconvenience and hope you understand!
Since Mondays and Tuesdays are normally non-consignment days, this change will only affect Wednesday, 11/29 through Sunday, 12/3. We will resume our normal consigning hours on Wednesday 12/6.
Our Half Price Sale is coming up fast! From Sept 1 - Sept 14, all items older than one month will be 50% OFF!
Please note we will not be accepting consignments during the sale.
We will begin taking Fall & Winter items on Friday, Sept 15 at 10:30am.
We are thrilled to once again provide running clothes to the Junior Milers program, which provides entries, support, and coaching to teens from local organizations such as the King Street Center, the Boys and Girls Club, and the YMCA as well as school teams in order to run the Vermont City Marathon. Check out this news story from NBC5 and see the kids getting their gear at Dirt Chic and Ski Rack!
The first annual FASHION SHOW to benefit the Vermont Refugee Resettlement Progam is taking place on Saturday, March 18th 2017 at the Burlington International Airport.
Dirt Chic has been asked to participate this new event that embraces the values of love, empowerment, connection, sensuality, and fun, but we need your help to do it!
refugees.org/field-office/vermont/We're raising $300 to contribute to the fundraising effort. All money raised in conjunction
with The Fashion Show stays local in Vermont and supports the programming
of The Vermont Refugee Resettlement Program (VRRP).
The VRRP needs some extra help this year. Last month a drunk driver crashed into one of their offices. Fortunately, no one was seriously inured, but the damage to the building was substantial.
Donations will be collected at Dirt Chic at the register beginning Thursday, January 12th. Any contribution you can make will help, even the leftover change from a purchase.
You can see our 3 looks and outfits from other local businesses at The Fashion Show. Learn more about The Vermont Refugee Resettlement Program at http://refugees.org/field-office/vermont/
And check out the facebook event page for The Fashion Show
Every year the Junior Milers program, part RunVermont, organizes a team of local teens to run the Vermont City Marathon. Junior Milers provides entries, support, and coaching to the teens who come from local organizations such as King Street, the Boys and Girls Club, and the YMCA, as well as school teams. For the last two years Dirt Chic has been proud to join our neighbors at Ski Rack in outfitting the team. We collected donations of athletic wear from our consignors and opened the store to the Junior Milers to take whatever gear they needed. . We are so proud to be a part of such an amazing organization!
Our semi-annual 1/2 price sale begins 3/1/2016! Everything in the store with the exception of new consignments will be 50% off until 3/14
Our first annual Coats & Coffee event took place last Sunday at August First and it was a huge success! So many people came to the store to donate coats,bedding, and toiletries and many others donated items from their consignments. We cannot thank our customers and consignors enough for their generosity! August first served coffee and hot beverages to order as well as an assortment of cookies, muffins, and croissants. We were able to give away several racks worth of coats and sweaters,scarves, gloves and hats to men, women, and children who really needed them in a safe and welcoming environment. We can't wait to begin planning our second annual event next year!