Brides Do Good launches London’s first sustainable bridal boutique
07 Nov 2019
The sustainable wedding dress boutique will give brides the opportunity to say ‘I do’ to ethical wedding dress shopping
Launching London’s first sustainable bridal boutique in Fulham today (7th November), Brides Do Good enables brides-to-be to purchase new, sample, and pre-loved designer wedding gowns with 100% of appointment fees and up to two thirds of sales donated to charity projects which empower young girls, educate communities and strive to end child marriage.
Brides visiting the Fulham boutique can choose from 61 leading international wedding gown designers, including Vera Wang, Charlie Brear, Caroline Castigliano, Temperley, and Pronovias – with gowns ranging from sizes 4-30.
Appointments are available to book from the 7th November onwards. Following champagne on arrival, bridal appointments will last for 120 minutes and include support from the Brides Do Good expert consultants.
Chantal Khoueiry, founder of Brides Do Good, says: “We are thrilled to be opening the first boutique in London that gives brides the option of buying a wedding dress that is both stunning and sustainable.
“Brides Do Good is so much more than a wedding boutique. We are a movement that connects women from all over the world, harnessing the power of the bridal industry to create long-term change.
“Every dress that is donated, bought or sold takes us one step closer to ending child marriage, by empowering vulnerable young girls and educating communities around the world.”
For more information and to book an appointment visit the Brides Do Good website.