TOP Newcastle fashion designer Linda Bergskas is opening her personal wardrobe to the public tomorrow.
Ms Bergskas, who is behind the Newcastle label Guanabana will sell at least 80 garments from her own collection at the Raid My Wardrobe event at Broadmeadow Stadium.
Ms Bergskas exhibited her Guanabana spring-summer collections at Australian Fashion Week in Sydney during 2010 and 2011.
She described her personal collection as quirky, feminine and flirty with a touch of boho luxe.
While much of her own collection features Guanabana garments, it also includes labels Talula and Jeffrey Campbell shoes.
"I took the day off to pack up my wardrobe today," Ms Bergskas said.
In the Adamstown house she shares with her husband, Ms Bergskas's clothes take up an entire built-in wardrobe as well as a cupboard in her spare room.
"My poor husband has a small little corner for his clothes," she said.
The designer, whose clothes sell for hundreds of dollars, will sell her own garments for an average of $20 each.
The wardrobe bargain will coincide with Raid My Wardrobe's two-year anniversary in Newcastle.
Organiser and mum Rachel Prest expanded the preloved fashion event into Sydney this year.
Ms Prest, who holds the event three times a year in Newcastle was amazed when the first event, held almost two years ago, attracted more than 1000 shoppers. It now attracts about 800 people per event.
There will be 45 stalls for tomorrow's event featuring brands such as Lisa Ho, Sass & Bide and Morrissey.
Raid My Wardrobe will be held from 10am - 1pm at Newcastle Basketball Stadium, Broadmeadow.