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Donate Suits & Accessories

We welcome donations of new or nearly new suits, separates, purses, scarves and jewelry. We gladly accept all sizes, including maternity wear.  You can make donation dropoffs directly at Attitudes & Attire or at any Bibbentuckers location.  Please see donation details below.  Thank you for your generosity!

We welcome new or nearly new:

  • contemporary, interview-appropriate skirt and pant suits
  • attractive, crisp blouses
  • beautiful, business-casual separates
  • trousers/dress pants
  • skirts
  • blazers/jackets
  • sharp, stylish jewelry, handbags and scarves
  • pantyhose – any size or skin tone (NEW only, please)
  • cosmetics and toiletries (NEW only, please)

We cannot currently accept:

  • used cosmetics
  • used pantyhose
  • men’s clothing
  • children’s clothing

We request that all donations be:

  • appropriate for the workplace
  • on hangers (rather than in bags or boxes)
  • cleaned and pressed
  • free of strong odors (moth balls, smoke, body odor)

Dropping donations at Attitudes & Attire:

Attitudes & Attire
World Trade Center
2050 North Stemmons Freeway, Suite 181
Dallas, TX 75207


Donations are accepted on Monday and Friday*
10:00 a.m. —3:00 p.m.
*Please contact Evelyn Earl at 214-746-4215 to confirm your dropoff during these hours or schedule another time.

Dropping donations at Bibbentuckers:

BibbentuckersSimply bring your donations to one of the convenient drop-off locations at Bibbentuckers during their regular business hours.  Please ensure that clothing meets our donation guidelines outlined above (clean, on hangers).

Many thanks to Bibbentuckers for their commitment to helping women in need!


Need a tax receipt? Print and complete the Attitudes & Attire donation tax receipt for your records.




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