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We've been working hard to get your 2015 off to a good start all year, with useful guides to healthy eating, getting in shape, saving money, and getting organized as part of our #StartTODAY series. When it comes to clutter, sometimes the best way to purge items from your crowded closet is to trade something you no longer want or need for something you could really use.

So, TODAY is throwing a swap party!

Savannah, Matt, Natalie, Al, Carson and Jill have gone through their closets to find items they're no longer using, and they're ready to trade for what you want to swap from your closet. If you like what you see and want to switch with the anchors, click here to send us a photo and description of the item you want to trade and who you want to trade with, as well as your location and contact info, and you might be featured on TODAY!

Here's what's up for grabs:


You can steal Savannah's style directly from her closet! She's ready to swap this lightly-worn blue Kay Unger dress (size 8) paired with a gold fashion necklace.

Want to dress like Savannah? Swap her one of your outfits for this dress and necklace!TODAY


Matt's ready to swap one of his ties — it's French-made and silk!

Want to trade for Matt's tie?TODAY


Natalie's offering up these never-before-worn Ivanka Trump pointy-toed "Dove" heels in black leather (size 8M) and this large leather handbag in blue.

Natalie ready to trade these shoes and bag.TODAY


If it's a little chilly in your neck of the woods, bundle up with this patterned scarf from Al's closet, in 100% cotton.

It's almost like cozying up with Al himself.TODAY


Are you a fan of tennis and/or hats? Then swap for one Carson's favorite baseball caps, from 2009's U.S. Open.

Love hats? Here's your chance to grab Carson Daly's.TODAY


Love the skull-and-crossbones look? Then swap for Jill Martin's bedazzled watch.

Got the time? You will after you swap for Jill's watch.TODAY

Please note: All of these gently-used items are being swapped as-is.

Want to hold your own? Get Jill Martin's 8 tips for how to throw a great swap party.