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Brides Do Good returns to Bicester Village with pop-up bridal shop

11 Apr 2019

The business focuses on a charity project that empowers girls, educates communities and ends child marriage

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Brides Do Good, is encouraging women from all over the UK to say ‘I do’ to sustainable wedding dress shopping with their pop-up shop at Bicester Village this spring. 

From April 29 to May 28, Brides Do Good at Bicester will offer brides-to-be an opportunity to purchase the world’s most beautiful pre-loved, and sample designer wedding gowns, with more than 60 leading international wedding gown designers, including Vera Wang, Galia Lahav, Vivienne Westwood, Caroline Castigliano, and Pronovias to choose from, gowns ranging from sizes 4-30, and all at affordable prices, with up to 70% off RRP.

Up to two thirds of funds raised from Brides Do Good sales are invested into charity projects that empower young girls and educate communities - helping to address the global challenge of eradicating child marriage by 2030.

As well as showcasing stunning collections from the most-coveted bridal designers, Brides Do Good are also calling on previous brides to bring along their pre-loved dresses so that they can go on to be sold and re-worn.

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Chantal Khoueiry, founder of Brides Do Good, says: “We are excited to be returning to Bicester Village again this year and look forward to showcasing our latest array of dresses, from a mixture of coveted luxury brands and designers. The event is a fantastic opportunity to not only help brides-to-be to find their dream gown, but also to learn more about the life-changing work that we are carrying out around the world.

Desirée Bollier, chair and global chief merchant of the Bicester Village Shopping Collection, says: “We are delighted to welcome Brides do Good back to Bicester Village for a third year. Their movement has one simple proposition: wedding dresses as a force for good. It is unthinkable that today over 12 million girls are forced into early marriage.  Putting a stop to this requires significant change. 

“Brides do Good is mobilising the power of the sustainable wedding industry and ethically minded women to ensure that every child has a basic right to an education and a safe, happy childhood.  We, at The Bicester Village Shopping Collection, are delighted to partner with Brides do Good to drive positive change for so many young girls across the world.”

To find out more about the event you can view all of the details in our event listings here

To book an appointment, visit the Brides Do Good website

 

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