Bachelor Contestants Auction Off Clothes

Chicago company eDrop-Off offers goodies on its Web site

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The Bachelor and The Bachelorette contestants are putting some of their outfits up for grabs from the show using Chicago company eDrop-Off, a luxury consignment service based in Lincoln Park.

From August 5-12, more than 25 contestants from seasons past will be offering up clothing items from rose ceremonies, first dates and other show happenings to help benefit the American Red Cross. 100 percent of the proceeds will go to the charity.

Items will include pieces from the closets of Chicago’s own Jenn Schefft Waterman, recent Bachelorette Ashley Hebert's tank top from her trip to Figi and even those much-talked-about green shorts from another Chicago contestant, Ed Swiderski.

You can also pick up a rose ceremony dress worn by Molly Mesnick, a first date skirt from Trista Sutter’s encounter with now-husband Ryan, Sarah Brice’s last rose ceremony dress (the proposal) with Charlie.

To check out the outfits up for auction, go to

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