Issuu on Google+

DivorcĂŠe The

TM

Sale

Press Kit Fall 2011


About The Divorcée Sale he Divorcée Sale was created by Jill Alexander who saw a need to help newly single friends discard their fashionable baggage from their previous life. These items serve as symbolic reminders of what is holding people back from closing a chapter of their past and moving on. Jill also wanted to help her friends and other women fight cancer and is committed to donating a percentage of sale proceeds

thedivorceesale.com

to charity. Many women report that donating their things allows them to make a break from their old life, free up closet space and give them peace of mind knowing that a portion of their proceeds are being donated to a great cause. The Divorcée Sale was created to help women through tough times in life. What better way to do that than through fashion?

Our Mission Statement is simple:

Media Contact:

The Divorcée Sale is a fun-filled shopping affair, a

Meredith Israel,

designed to benefit all who participate. We are aligned

cathartic personal experience and a charitable event with The Breast Cancer Research Foundation (BCRF)

Meredith.Israel@gmail.com

and donate 25% of the event’s sales to this amazing

Michelle Lewis,

organization. The Divorcée Sale sources its merchandise

Mlewiscom@gmail.com

— clothing, shoes and handbags — from fashionable and charity conscious individuals who are looking to shed their wears from a past life and to beat cancer

Divorcée The

TM

Sale

w w w. t h e d i v o r c e e s a l e . c o m


About Jill Alexander CEO and Founder of The Divorcee Sale, Jill Alexander, is a fifteen year fashion industry veteran having worked for Barneys NY, Dolce and Gabbana, Plein Sud and Tory Burch. With her savvy style and creative ideas, Jill has a unique ability to uncover today’s latest trends, tomorrow’s fresh new talent and last season's perfect collection. Jill was inspired to create The Divorcee Sale after speaking with many women going through transition and needing a fresh start. The simple act of cleaning out a closet and getting rid of old memories proved to be incredibly cathartic and therapeutic for these women. Selling these consigned treasures--everything from Chanel, Balenciaga, Gucci and more--to fashionistas at exclusive events in a luxury locations proved to be incredibly successful! And with a portion of each sale going to Breast Cancer Research Foundation (www.bcrf.com), Jill has created a unique experience that shoppers and consignors can feel good about. Not suprisingly, The Divorcee Sale has taken the resale fashion world by storm garnering tremendous buzz among shoppers and media. By leveraging her fashion industry connections, Jill has open doors to brands, consignors and customers who are looking for fashion and monetary solutions in a challenging economy. She is revolutionizing the resale clothing industry and providing newly single fashionable ladies a viable outlet for unloading their unwanted goods. Her events are held monthly and are attended by women of all ages--divorcees and non-divorcees alike. Jill Alexander currently lives in Malibu, CA. and when not coordinating events or cleaning out consignor’s closets she enjoys spending time with her partner and his three daughters, walking on the beach, reading and of course, shopping.

Divorcée The

TM

Sale

w w w. t h e d i v o r c e e s a l e . c o m


lastest press release

HER PAST, YOUR FUTURE JILL ALEXANDER HOSTS THE Divorcée Sale IN THE PENTHOUSE AT MONDRIAN SOHO New York, New York (August, 2011) From September 23rd - September 25th Mondrian SoHo’s penthouse will play host to one of the seasons most highly anticipated shopping events: The Divorcée Sale, hosted by Jill Alexander. In a storyline straight out of Sex and the City, fashionistas of all ages will flock to 9 Crosby Street to dig through piles of beautiful bags, baubles & clothing consigned by fellow fashion fiends who are recently divorced and looking to offload literal “excess baggage” from past relationships. Perusing the designer racks of consigned Chanel, Tory Burch, Chloe, & Diane von Furstenberg, shoppers will be scooping up

thedivorceesale.com

treasures, while the former owners, in need of a fresh start, scoop up some cash. Just in time for October, Breast Cancer Awareness Month, the remaining 25% of the proceeds will be donated to the Breast Cancer Research Foundation, a cause close to Ms. Alexander’s heart. Successful sales in Jill’s native Los Angeles have already raised thousands for charity. On the heels of New York Fashion Week, Jill Alexander’s The Divorcée Sale will seamlessly integrate her two loves, fashion and philanthropy into one unforgettable event. Christian Louboutins for charity? Carrie Bradshaw would be proud. The Divorcée Sale was created by fashion and charity minded individuals who saw a need to help their friends discard their fashionable luggage from their previous life. These items serve as unwanted reminders of what is holding people back from closing a chapter of the past and moving to a new one. Many women report that donating their things has allowed them to make a break from their old life, free up closet space and give them peace of mind knowing that a portion of their proceeds are being donated to a great cause.

Divorcée The

TM

Sale

w w w. t h e d i v o r c e e s a l e . c o m


Shoppers scarf up luxury fashions LATIMES.COM | LOCAL July 24, 2011

H

er past. Your future' is the slogan of Orange County event where divorced women can dump their unwanted designer 'baggage' and help a good cause — breast cancer research. At the height of Whitney Barry's marriage, she had a beautiful walk-in closet with more than 50 pairs of designer shoes, cashmere sweaters and handbags. Now, she's a divorced mother of two who has had to downsize her closet. But she's had help. She consigned designer pieces for The Divorcée Sale, a fashion event that has been held in Los Angeles, and for the first time this weekend in Orange County. A percentage of the proceeds will go to the Breast Cancer Research Foundation and Meredith Israel, a New York woman with stagefour breast cancer. "It's really the essence of divorce if you think about it," said Barry, of Beverly Hills. "You're doing away with what doesn't work for you."

|

By Nicole Santa Cruz

|

The woman behind the event, Jill Alexander, might not be a divorcee herself, but the self-proclaimed fashionista came up with the idea after noticing that divorce had become a topic of conversation in her social circle. The tag line for the sale? Her past. Your future. "Divorce is life," Alexander said. "Why not turn it into a positive?"

"Divorce is life," Alexander said. "Why not turn it into a positive?" On the first night of the sale, Deoras Thompson, 50, was the first in line in a ballroom at the posh Resort at Pelican Hill overlooking the Newport Coast beach. The stay-at-home mom drove an hour from San Diego because she was intrigued by the twist on a consignment sale. "I think the concept is so unique," she said.

Divorcée The

TM

Sale

w w w. t h e d i v o r c e e s a l e . c o m

Christina House Photography

At the event, women were given gift bags with tiny bottles of prosecco (donated by a family law attorney) and thong underwear (because the first step to dating again is new undergarments). Shoppers perused merchandise such as a $4,200 fur-collared poncho by Dior and a Tahitian pearl necklace for $2,750. There also were less pricey items, such as a pair of Tory Burch silver flats priced at $140, which Thompson snatched up. Not everyone who consigned pieces was involved in a divorce. And many women came simply for the deals. Meghan Noyes, 24, of West Hollywood said she loved the theme. She purchased a vintage beige Chanel handbag for an undisclosed price. "It's a great way to get rid of stuff and help out with a charity," said Noyes, a jewelry designer. Alexander said she already has booked a sale in New York in September and hopes to expand to other cities. The event runs from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. Sunday. As for Barry, she says getting rid of some of her clothes has helped her gain perspective. She'd rather take her children to Sea World or Disneyland than wear a designer dress or shoes. "I still have great shoes," she said. "I just don't have 50 pairs."


These Boots Were Made for Selling Wall Street Journal |

BUSINESS AUGUST 1, 2011 | By Tamara Audi | Daryl Peveto/LUCEO Photography

on cocktail tables. A waiter offered flutes of champagne to shoppers. “I wonder whose this was and what kind of transition she’s going through,” said Alex Castro, an actor from Los Angeles, clutching a Chloe bag tagged at $495. Ms. Castro says she saw it selling online for $2,000 so she didn’t mind the bag’s divorce history. “I snatched it up as soon as I saw it.” Prices at the sale ranged from $30

N

EWPORT thedivorceesale.com BEACH, Calif.— Julie Spira watched with Divorcee Julie Spira relaxed in her vested interest as a woman Marina del Rey, Calif., home on a examined Ms. Spira’s purse in the recent day. The former radio and chandeliered ballroom of a luxury Internet executive is among a new resort. generation of divorcees who are moving on with their new lives with “That’s my Chanel vintage jumbo proceeds from the sale of designer clasp, in camel,” whispered Ms. items they acquired while married. Spira, a 54-year-old brunette, as she observed the younger blond from the “I had a very glamorous lifestyle. I across the room. “It’s a classic.” had to look a certain way,” said Ms. Spira, who also was selling a neckMs. Spira was hoping to sell off the lace of baguette diamonds from her trappings of her life as a married Los ex-husband, a home designer when Angeles socialite in The Divorcée they were together. Sale—a new market springing up these days in the ballrooms of upFor these women, divorce means scale hotels in Southern California. saying goodbye to a spouse, along Ms. Spira, a former radio and Interwith poignant farewells to Louis Vuitnet executive, is among a new genton, Christian Louboutin, Dolce and eration of divorcees looking to move Gabbana, and walk-in closets. on with her life with proceeds from Designer duds filled clothing racks the sale of surplus Chanel bags, at a recent sale in this tony Orange Diane Von Furstenberg gowns and County enclave. Christian Dior jewelry. heels and Prada clutches perched

Divorcée The

TM

Sale

w w w. t h e d i v o r c e e s a l e . c o m

“When I get married again, I’m getting married in this dress.” for a black Diane von Furstenberg wrap dress, to $25,000 for Ms. Spira’s diamond necklace. The sale’s organizer, Jill Alexander, a 37-year-old former manager for designer Tory Burch, came up with the idea as more of her friends and customers started divorcing. They were in need of a fresh start, she said, and cash. Some of the women looked to slough off their wardrobe after losing weight—part of their transition back into single life. Ms. Alexander has not married. She said the Divorcée Sales have made


These Boots Were Made for Selling Wall Street Journal |

BUSINESS AUGUST 1, 2011 | By Tamara Audi | Daryl Peveto/LUCEO Photography

her more careful about choosing a husband. “I hear a lot of stories,” she said. Those stories often come as Ms. Alexander digs through closets of exwives. On a typical day, Ms. Alexander shows up at the mansion of a stranger, bringing cupcakes, tissues and a shoulder to cry on. “It’s very intimate,” she said, “and it can get emotional.” A few days before the Newport Beach sale, Ms. Alexander stood inside one of Ms. Spira’s three closets, surveying racks of dresses. A second closet held Ms. Spira’s St. John’s suits; a third served as the “leather closet.” “I have 60 gowns and who needs 60 gowns?” Ms. Spira said. She is selling the 4,800-square-foot Marina Del Rey home once shared with her ex-husband and his two children.

Her new home, she knows, won’t be as big. There also will be fewer black-tie galas and red carpet events. “It’s time for a more realistic lifestyle,”

“I have 60 gowns and who needs 60 gowns?” she said. Ms. Alexander said they would tackle the gowns last. “OK, then what do I do with all these boots?” Ms. Spira asked. She pointed to 21 pairs lining a shelf at the top of the closet’s vaulted ceiling. “Does anyone want this silly little velvet party dress?” Ms. Spira asked. “No,” said Ms. Alexander. A Trina Turk multi-colored dress? “Yes,” Ms. Alexander replied.

Divorcée The

TM

Sale

w w w. t h e d i v o r c e e s a l e . c o m

“Someone will love this.” As the two women sifted through the gowns, Ms. Spira stopped. “This, you can’t have,” she said, pulling out a Badgley Mischka gown: white with black polka dots and a red sash. “When I get married again,” she said, “I’m getting married in this dress.” Two nights later, Ms. Spira watched as Meghan Noyes, a 24-year-old jewelry designer, bought her vintage Channel camel clasp purse for $2,650. “It’s a good feeling to let go,” said Ms. Spira, as the young woman walked away with the bag. Ms. Spira will keep 30% of the proceeds; 25% goes to two cancer charities. Ms. Alexander keeps the rest. Ms. Noyes also was happy. “This is my new treasure,” she said. ⌘


'Divorce parties' take off as American women offload their designer pasts guardian.co.uk - The Observer | Sunday 7 August 2011 | by Paul Harris |

photograph: Kevin Mazur/WireImage

D

ivorce is never easy. Even in the privileged circles of southern California it is a

traumatic and costly experience. There are lawyers to pay, prenuptial agreements to regret and houses to sell as once comfortable lives prepare to undergo a

thedivorceesale.com transformation. That is where Jill proceeds to an animal welfare charity

Alec Baldwin and Kim Basinger in happier times. After they divorced she held a jewellery sale and donated

Alexander steps in.

the Divorcee Sale across America

everyone from the rich to the bud-

and the rest of the world. "Divorce

get-conscious can find a bargain.

Alexander, 37, has sparked a

doesn't just happen in southern

Recent sales have included a

craze for "divorce parties" among

California," she said. "It will be my

poncho by Dior – a snip at $4,200

well-heeled divorcees who are

way of turning a negative into a

(£2,560) – and a pair of Tory Burch

looking to offload the baggage of

positive."

shoes for just $140. Other brand

their married lives. Her new com-

names included Prada, Louis Vuit-

pany, the Divorcee Sale, organises events where newly divorced women can sell their clothes, jewellery and handbags at bargain prices. Held in hotel ballrooms

A Califorinia craze has become a post-marriage bargain shop for jewellery and chic label clothes

and chic event spaces across the Los Angeles area, the sales have

It seems a win-win situation. The

ton and Dolce & Gabbana.

become a huge smash.

women get a windfall just when

But Alexander, who, perhaps tell-

they need it; customers get knock-

ingly, is a little wary of marriage

"I just knew it would work. Divorce

down prices; and Alexander takes

these days, says that the main

is pretty common these days and

her cut. A percentage of the pro-

aim is not to create a business:

people are looking to offload their

ceeds goes to various charities.

it is to help a woman get through

stuff," Alexander told the Observ-

Certainly the items on offer are at-

a difficult period of her life. While

er. She sees huge potential for

tractive, and at prices which mean

the money the sales produce is

Divorcée The

TM

Sale

w w w. t h e d i v o r c e e s a l e . c o m


'Divorce parties' take off as American women offload their designer pasts guardian.co.uk - The Observer | Sunday 7 August 2011 | by Paul Harris |

photograph: Kevin Mazur/WireImage

important, it is the psychological lift of shedding

said. Perhaps image-aware stars are still a little

the trappings of a previous life that can be most

wary of being associated with divorce, despite its

important.

prevalence in Hollywood, or more likely they are

"It is a really cathartic experience. When you clear

used to handling such things themselves.

out your closet, it can be freeing. You are downsizing, but you also don't want the clothes from your

Big name stars have long been hitting the head-

past life," said the former fashion manager.

lines for their own personal divorce

One of Alexander's clients, internet and radio

sales. When actress Ellen Barkin

executive Julie Spira, has blogged about her ex-

split from her husband Ron Perel-

perience of a sale. Alexander came to her house

man in 2006, she flogged off jew-

and helped her examine her closet. "It felt like the

ellery worth $20m via a sale at

scene in the Sex and the City movie, where Carrie

Christie's.

and her friends collectively decided on what she would keep as her life was moving forward with

Kim Basinger did likewise af-

Big," Spira wrote.

ter divorcing Alec Baldwin in 2002, selling off numerous

Business is certainly booming. The Divorcee Sale

pieces of jewellery and do-

will hold its first event outside southern California

nating cash to an animal

next month, when Alexander hosts a three-day sale

welfare charity.

in New York. A space has already been booked in the trendy downtown neighbourhood of SoHo and Alexander is anticipating major demand. After all, New York is not short of wealthy divorcees or those who would like to snap up their belongings at cut-rate prices. "It is going to be great; we are expecting an off-the-charts weekend," Alexander said. Nor is it likely to stop there. So far Alexander's only disappointment is failing to attract any celebrities to the cause. "I thought the celebrities would come but they have not shown up yet," she

DivorcĂŠe The

TM

Sale

w w w. t h e d i v o r c e e s a l e . c o m


Designer Clothes, Bags, Jewelry Up For Grabs Huffington Post

Ashley Reich

First Posted: 05/12/11 08:46 PM ET Updated: 05/12/11 08:53 PM ET

thedivorceesale.com

Y

ou could call Jill Alexander a divorcee sympathizer. The former west coast brand manager for Tory Burch isn't divorced, but let's just say she gets where divorcees are coming from. Her latest project is the The Divorcée Sale, a fashion-forward event that invites divorcées to get rid of their unwanted designer “baggage” for a good cause—breast cancer research. The event takes place May 13-15 at the Mondrian Hotel in Los Angeles. The entrepreneurial fashionista, who has worked in the luxury retail business for 15 years, including stints at Barneys New York and Dolce & Gabbana, talked to HuffPost about her inspiration for the sale and why getting rid of YSL can be cathartic. How did you come up with the idea for a Divorcée Sale? Living in Los Angeles, a lot of people go through divorce. I’ve talked to a lot

of women and friends going through it, and just listening to them talk about it—whether they are moving back home or downsizing—they are just changing so much about themselves. A lot of women want to get rid of their old things and they wonder how to do it, so I thought, why not do a Divorcée Sale?

I have visually seen the relief in people’s faces... You are not divorced. Why put divorcees in the spotlight? I’ve never been married, but this is a very real thing that is going on. We all know people going through divorce, whether it’s you or your family member or a friend. It’s not first on people’s minds to consign their clothes when they are going through a divorce—

Divorcée The

TM

Sale

w w w. t h e d i v o r c e e s a l e . c o m

they just want it gone. Why not figure out a great way that many people can benefit from? I have visually seen the relief in people’s faces when I cart their stuff off to my car—it’s like a weight lifted off of them. There are so many items that are new or have been worn once that these women don’t want anymore because it reminds them of their past life, so someone else can enjoy them and they don’t have the baggage that goes with that. It’s a win-win for everybody—it’s cathartic for the divorcee, it’s charitable, and it’s great for the shopper as well. Who do the proceeds go to? Do proceeds benefit divorcées in any way? We’re donating to the Breast Cancer Research Foundation. I have a friend named Meredith Israel and she has Stage 4 Breast Cancer, so I thought why not donate to a friend who is going through it? She’s raised a ton of money herself and she recommended BCRF so those are the two charities we are supporting. Twenty five percent of the proceeds from the sale will be split between Meredith’s medical find and BCRF. The merchandise being sold is on consignment, so the divorcees will absolutely be paid also. There are around 40 consignors from all around the country. What can shoppers expect to see there? Friday night we’re hosting a preview VIP event that we’ve sold tickets for on the Divorcée Sale website and on


Designer Clothes, Bags, Jewelry Up For Grabs for a great cause. Why have the sale in Los Angeles? Do you think it’s a divorcee capital?

Gilt City. All the ticket proceeds go to charity—it was just a great way to raise a little more money for the cause, and the real fashionistas out there are dying to get the first peek

it’s everywhere in ouR society but it’s still a very taboo subject. at the good stuff. The sale is open to the public Saturday and Sunday at the Mondrian penthouse; it’s absolutely stunning. We have everything from Lanvin to YSL; there will also be some more affordable merchandise like Tory Burch—clothing, handbags, shoes, even a designer suitcase. The wonderful thing is that because these are all from real people, the sizes range from tiny to big. It spans different taste levels and age levels—there are things like Christian Louboutin platforms and also St. John. The merchandise will be organized by catego-

ry and size. It’s a smaller space, not a big warehouse, so it’s not going to be that frenetic energy at all. There will be champagne served; it’s not going to be a thrift sale environment, more like a high-end resale boutique and keeping with the level of merchandise. Prices will range anywhere from $50 to $2500; the average price point in somewhere around $150-250. How many people do you expect to attend? I have a feeling it’s going to be a really busy weekend and we’re going to raise a lot of money. People have been really excited and blogging and talking about it. Who has donated? Are all sellers divorcées? There are boxes coming in from all over the country, and there are lots of divorcees absolutely. There are also other people who just want to get involved with the charity and clean out their closets as well. I really encourage for people, whether they are divorced or not, to open their closets

Divorcée The

TM

Sale

w w w. t h e d i v o r c e e s a l e . c o m

I live in Los Angeles but the sale is definitely going on the road. I’ve been reaching out to different people all around the country and everyone wants to have a Divorcée Sale in their city. We are doing Orange Country next month and in the fall we’ll hopefully go to Florida and Phoenix.

What are your favorite three items up for sale? There’s a Pucci dress (priced at $400) I love, and there’s an amazing satin Dolce & Gabbana dress ($300). There are some amazing new YSL shoes ($400)—someone will be so happy to have them who can’t afford the original $800 price tag. There will also be denim (priced $50-$100); there really is something for everybody. It seems like you’re using the divorcée designation here in a positive light. Do you think the stigma attached to the word has disappeared? Absolutely not. Let’s hope this sale can help! I don’t think we are there yet; it’s everywhere in our society but it’s still a very taboo subject.


Lunching Ladies' Love Lost: The Divorcée Sale rack-la - retailed therapy - la.racked.com

|

Wednesday, May 18, 2011, |

by Claire Heath

of Tory Burch, but we assume the influx came from The Divorcée Sale founder Jill Alexander's past gig as west coast brand manager for the line.

thedivorceesale.com

W

e hit up The Divorcée

Sale over the weekend at the Mondrian Hotel's posh penthouse to see what goods the spurned wives had anted up. The notion of women literally getting rid of their "baggage" (like a gorgeous oversized Louis Vuitton for $2,500) was kind of cute, plus 25% of the proceeds went to support breast cancer research, which would probably wash away any residual bad mojo lingering in items that in some way represented a failed marriage. We understand that a good chunk of the high end designer stuff got snatched up during Friday night's VIP preview event (natch), but there were still some quality picks

left over the weekend like a purple Lanvin silk dress for $350, a grey strapless Stella McCartney number for $145, and a buttery Loro Piana

it's a fun concept for a very worth while cause camel leather blazer for $200. In addition, there were loads of more casual wear from lines such as Rag & Bone, Tibi, Nancy Heller, Juicy Couture, and Seaton. A girlfriend commented that women who get divorced sure do wear a whole lot

Divorcée The

TM

Sale

w w w. t h e d i v o r c e e s a l e . c o m

Our biggest concern with sales of this kind is that "resale" - when it's not truly vintage - can be very "last season." But we were pleased to see a gathering of classic staples like Tod's driving loafers, cashmere sweaters from Vince and Armani, and simple t-strap Prada sandals that were timeless enough to take home, especially at such a deep discount. And although the general vibe was pretty Westside trophy wife, there was a little edge thrown into the mix, like IRO suede leggings for $270 (a steal down from $770) and some handpicked new Kiki de Montparnasse pieces that Jill curated for the sale for fun (because if you've just gotten divorced, you certainly deserve a little sass from Kiki to perk you up). Overall, it's a fun concept for a very worthwhile cause, which Jill plans to expand into other cities. If you don't want to wait for the next of the biannual LA sales, be sure to check their website for the deets for their Orange County event coming up next month.


Jill on Life, Divorce and Shopping For What Comes After rack-la - retailed therapy - la.racked.com

|

Friday, June 17, 2011

|

by Lisa Boosin

Y

ou could almost call Jill Alexander a professional confidante: even though she herself has never been through divorce, she's been there enough times for friends and colleague who have. And in a very "when life hands you lemons, make lemonade" moment, she came up with the idea for the Divorcée Sale, the wildly popular event in which recent divorcees unload some of their sartorial baggage, and then Jill combs through and curates it, and then has a fab party where shoppers can buy it -- and the proceeds benefit charity. In the process, Jill has pretty much seen and heard it all -- stories of heartbreak and triumph, and women not batting an eye as they hand over $5,000 dresses that just remind them too much of a period of their lives they want to get over. And through it all, Jill has come away all the richer for it. So we asked her to share some of her wisdom, secrets, and stories. From your experiences, what are the best "I'm newly divorced" purchases? Many divorcées have to change where they live, most of the time needing to downsize, so adding a few new home items that you love can make this transitional time that much easier. They may be more feminine then you would have had in your married life, but your new life is about you and you feeling strong. Purchase an online dating member-

ship. Snap some casual sassy photo– no touched up head shots, write an uplifting bio (do not include any hate for the ex) and watch the winks and emails roll in. Casual dating at this stage can be great for the ego and just what the doctor ordered. Lingerie is another must. Empty out that drawer of old discolored, holey, granny panties and ill-fitting bras. Head to Victoria's Secret, La Perla or my favorite Kiki De Montparnasse for some new underpinnings. There's a quiet confidence that comes with wearing some new pretties under your clothes. In the course of putting together your sales, what are some of the more fantastic/weird items women try to get rid of? I mostly see women getting rid of very expensive items without batting an eye. They love helping a good cause with something they no longer want. Most likely after a divorce, you lose some weigh and none of your

Divorcée The

TM

Sale

w w w. t h e d i v o r c e e s a l e . c o m

clothes fit. Take the time to clean out your closet, nothing feels better than to purge the past. If you have designer items, call The Divorcée Sale and they will sell them for you while giving money to charity. If you had to put together a shopping list for the newly divorced -- ie things that are going to soothe your soul, what would be on it? Well, it's not so much a shopping list, as a list of recommendations of what to do after…Try new workouts. Whatever your workout regime has been up to now (or hasn’t). Switch it up. Maybe it’s something you’ve been nervous to do in your old life. Try Zumba, spinning, pole dancing, kick boxing, Cirque school or even take golf lessons. Most importantly, get out and have a good time. We all know women going through divorce, put together a group of women in a similar situation and hit the town. Plan to have weekly dinner/ drinks at a hot new spot in town.


thedivorceesale.com

DivorcĂŠe The

TM

Sale

w w w. t h e d i v o r c e e s a l e . c o m


DivorcĂŠe The

TM

Sale

w w w. t h e d i v o r c e e s a l e . c o m


Upcoming Events

New York - September 23-25 Mondrian SoHo Los Angeles - October TBA thedivorceesale.com

Las Vegas - October 28-30 Location TBA Florida - Boca Raton - November 4-6 Location TBA Floria - Miami - November 11-13 The Delano Hotel

DivorcĂŠe The

TM

Sale

w w w. t h e d i v o r c e e s a l e . c o m


DivorcĂŠe The

TM

Sale

w w w. t h e d i v o r c e e s a l e . c o m


Divorcée The

TM

Sale

thedivorceesale.com

All Rights Reserved © 2011 www.thedivorceesale.com

Divorcée The

TM

Sale

w w w. t h e d i v o r c e e s a l e . c o m


The Divorcee Sale