Louise Roe donates wedding gown to charity

02 Feb 2017

Here's your chance to buy a stunning pre-loved gown while raising money for a worthy cause

TV presenter, model and fashion journalist, Louise Roe, has donated her gorgeous bridal gown to e-tailer Brides Do Good to raise money for charity.

The couture Pronovias dress, which took more than 850 hours to create, will be available at the Brides Do Good pop-up at Bicester Village from February 9-19.

On sale for just £4,500 - half the original price, all proceeds of the gown will go to charities, Plan International and Too Young to Wed.

For your chance to try the dress for size, contact info@bridesdogood.com and see this article for more information about the pop-up event.

Image: Martha Stewart Weddings, Polly Alexandre Fine Photography

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