Welcome Back, Mercer!

A couple of customers joined manager Heatherly Wakefield in making this fun video to welcome back Mercer University students! Wear has you covered for school, work, and play–check us out!

Featured in the video: Sandra Williams and Sevyn Talbert.

Music: “Pressure” by My Brightest Diamond (intro)


National Thrift Store Day

National Thrift Store day was August 17th, and we were able to grab a few great customers to participate in a fun promotional video.

Featured alongside our manager, Heatherly Wakefield, and associate, Josy Jones, is Charise Stephens, Cynthia Patterson, and Crystal Kendall. Charlie Vee volunteered as cameraman.

Music: instrumental “Thrift Shop” by Macklemore & Ryan Lewis

Pokemon Go Stop

pikachuHello All! So our location is right on a Poke-stop, for all you Pokemon Go fans! To celebrate, we’ve dropped ‘Pokeballs’ at several Poke-stops around 13712807_1144232978968800_775537115_ndowntown Macon!

Be on the lookout for these prizes, and find a special prize INSIDE: a coupon or gift certificate to Wear! More will be dropped for August’s First Friday–what will  you find?


Just WEAR It! Fashion Show

We had our first Fashion Show on May 3rd: Just WEAR It! This Fashion Show & Luncheon was a fundraiser for Daybreak, a project of Depaul USA. Dovetail provided the food, wine, and service, and our models featured current and future Wear style.

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Our committee was comprised of: Rosemary Spiegel, Ellen Wells, Teresa Griffith, Janice Brice, Kim Schnell, Louise Kaplan, Susan Morton, Charlotte Hope, and Gary Musolf.

Middle GA Tent Rentals gave us a super deal on the tablecloths, and Southern Pines Plantation generously allowed us use of the Armory Ballroom, tables, and lights.

Musicians: Taylor Yasui and Cherry Li

Models: Susan DiRenzo, Julie Barta, Charise Stevens, Josy Jones, Justin Andrews, Priscilla Esser, Leila Regan-Porter, Taylor Yasui, Wyatt Griffith, and Avery Banks Griffith.

Emcees were manager Heatherly Wakefield and Mainstreet manager Steven Fulbright.

All photographs above by Doug Nurnberger.

A huge thank you to all who participated!

Jocelyn Hunt captured a few shots from the day:

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If you attended, and would like to share your photos, email heatherly.wakefield@depaulusa.org


Red Carpet Event

Winning Fashion: Best Dressed on the Red Carpet!

This is IT for the Glam factor. The dress has nice interest on the bodice but when you turn around the detailing down the back really grabs your eye.
–Priscilla Esser, fashionista judge

The red dress/black jacket is my fave. I love the tuxedo-detailing on the black jacket, and you can’t go wrong with a red dress. Plus, those heels are so damn cute!
–Leila Regan-Porter, fashionista judge

The 60’s mod silhouette is so on trend right now. That shape coupled with animal print AND a classic mod houndstooth makes it current and fun. You can style this dress so many different ways. It would be so cute with a platform stacked heel or even a delicate flat sandal.
–Priscilla Esser, fashionista judge

My fashion philosopy is to “Ball on a budget”. Thrift “timeless” pieces like the little black dress, white pants, and great jeans to pair with vintage and unique pieces, like this great vintage purse! Thrifting is the new cool and I want to encourage all middle Georgia fashionistas to get on board! 
-Charise Stephens, fashionista judge

My fashion philosophy is to Wear what makes you happy – dress for yourself and no one else! Don’t doubt yourself if it’s something you love – wear it like you own it. 
–Leila Regan-Porter, fashionista judge

More pictures to come!

Wear Event: Boot Scootin’ Boogie for the Boot Sale

On October 17, 2015, our block had a Fall Festival. In celebration, we had a big sale on boots, and danced the ‘Boot Scootin’ Boogie’ outside with volunteers. We really were ‘Thrift with a Twist’ that day!

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Katie and Meghan were showing off their cowgirl style!

*At Wear, we believe you can Look Good, Do Good, and now, Move Good! Thrift with a Twist: The twist is that we believe profits should benefit those in the community who need them. Wear profits go to serve the homeless.

Wear Event: #ThisMeansBusiness

On October 16, 2015, we hosted an event for the GA College, Middle GA State College, and Wesleyan College career students. Each student had a special discount for their purchase, and shopped for work appropriate Wear: clothes that mean business!

Wear means business too: as a social enterprise, our profits benefit Daybreak, Depaul USA’s day resource center for homeless men and women in Macon, GA. When you shop at Wear, for professional or casual wear, you are making a difference in your community. Look good, do good, shop Wear!

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Wear Event: Sip ‘n Shop

You can always find a ‘Sip ‘n Shop’ at Wear on First Fridays. However, we are happy to host additional ‘Sip ‘n Shop’s for groups. Contact us wearmacon@gmail.com if you’d like to explore this opportunity!


B93.7 parks outside our door on some First Fridays. Manager Heatherly couldn’t pass down the free advertising for our Sip ‘n Shop!

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