Rachel Lindsay's 'Bachelor' Outfits Are Being Sold To Benefit The ACLU
You might still be reeling from The Bachelorette's final rose ceremony, but don't fret. Now there's now a way to relive all of Rachel Lindsay's most romantic and iconic moments. Thanks to online thrift store ThredUp, you can now buy some of Lindsay's clothing from her stints on The Bachelor franchise — and it all goes towards a good cause.
Don't think of it as online shopping. Think of it as buying a moment of reality TV history.
Starting Aug. 15, ThredUp and Lindsay are coming together to sell some of Lindsay's most iconic outfits on the online store. Prices range from $14.99 to $399.99, with the majority of the items coming in under $100. And all proceeds go to the ACLU. How sweet is that?
The outfits include the Penguin onesie from the Fantasy Suites, the earrings she wore to meet Nick for the first time, and the white bodysuit from her first one-on-one date with Nick in New Orleans. Lindsay explains on the website why she choose each outfit and the memories each brings up.
You can now live out your wildest Bachelor dreams — engagement ring not included.
There will be 16 items up for grabs from the show, from full outfits to simple t-shirts to accessories. But there are nearly 50 items from Lindsay's closet available in the online shop.
There's only one of each item, so you'll want to act fast if you want to get in on the shopping fun.
With incredible items and all proceeds going to charity, there's no doubt the offerings will fly off the virtual shelves.
This is only the beginning of ThredUp's "Shop Her Closet" series, in which notable women will sell their clothing for a cause. Although ThredUp isn't revealing which stars will be donating their clothes for a cause, Lindsay's contributions are definitely an incredible start.