Models walk the runway to celebrate the Sicamous United Church Thrift Store

The clothing on the racks and shelves at the Sicamous United Church Thrift Store may not be seen on runways in Paris or Milan this season, but some of the store’s most unique looks got their trip down the catwalk on Oct. 25.

As part of a celebration of their 25 years in business, the thrift store held a fashion show with models showing off clothes for all occasions, including Halloween.

Yvonne Walmsley looked ready to party in her brightly coloured outfit from the thrift store.
Judy Latosky grabbed an elegant evening dress from the thrift store rack for the fashion show.
Harold Fitzpatrick grabbed something to help him stay warm and stand out from the thrift store’s shelves.
Cypress and Erez Oldham found themselves some unique Halloween costumes.
Sandra McCallister managed to find some swashbuckling style on the thrift store’s shelves in time for Halloween.

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