Bicester village Brides Do Good pop up shop reopens for 2021
23 Apr 2021
The Brides Do Good pop-up boutique is set to return to Bicester Village this spring
As part of Bicester Village’s Do Good programme, the Brides Do Good first ever charity boutique has opened - where shoppers can purchase coveted bridal items at amazing prices.
The Brides Do Good pop-up boutique will be open until May 9 and will offer a collection of ethical and sustainable bridal wear which has been donated by brides and renowned brands.
Everything is either preloved or pre-made, which means the product doesn't introduce any new impact on the environment.
Funds raised from the pop-up will go directly to Brides Do Good where 1/3 of their profit supports charity projects working to empower girls and end child marriage.
L-R: Charlie Brear 'Salentino' dress RRP £1795, Brides Do Good price £999 / Savannah Miller 'Chloe' dress RRP £2300, Brides Do Good price £950 / Savannah Miller 'Marlene' trousers RRP £1420, Brides Do Good price £300
According to the seach platform Lyst, searches for ‘vintage’, ‘secondhand’ and ‘pre-owned’ wedding dresses were up 38% year on year, and brides-to-be will be able to purchase collections donated by Catherine Deane, Halfpenny London, Roksanda, Sassi Holford, Savannah Miller, Savin London and more – a really exciting opportunity for post-pandemic brides to shop for their wedding dress sustainably, whilst supporting great causes, benefitting from a sizeable discount and sharing a unique and magical moment with others from the bridal community.
For more information and to plan your visit, go to the Brides Do Good website.