Score a Piece of Sophia Bush's Closet When She Auctions Off More Than 1500 Items for Charity
Most people have a celebrity style icon, or someone whose fashion sense serves as daily inspo for clothes shopping and getting dressed in the morning. But wouldn't it be easier if, instead of finding pieces similar to those owned by your favorite celebs, you could have the exact pieces they do? In the case of Sophia Bush, you actually can. That's because Bush has teamed up with e-commerce luxury consignment site eDrop-Off to auction off more than 1500 items from her personal closets in Los Angeles and Chicago.
Expect to see a lot of cool-girl, laid-back pieces, like a her favorite red leather jacket and Christian Louboutin embellished flats, as well as more formal items like a floor-length white Monique Lhuillier number.
The auction, which benefits The Girl Project, begins today, June 6, and will last 10 days. After a closet cleanout that took more than 20 hours to complete, Bush came up with a slew of items that includes clothing, fine jewelry, outerwear, shoes, accessories, and handbags from the likes of Chanel, Balenciaga, Stella McCartney, and Burberry.
And if nabbing the Chicago P.D. star's favorite Givenchy tote isn't enough, the auction will also include a number of items hand-signed by Bush herself, which will all come with a Certificate of Authenticity to guarantee the items were personally donated by her.
If you're one to go online for your shopping needs, take some time out of your usual sites and bid on a chic piece. It's for charity, after all!