Made In Chelsea's Louise Thompson SPOTTED wedding dress shopping
17 May 2019
The Made In Chelsea star was pictured at the Brides Do Good pop-up shop in Bicester Village
Following her engagement to Ryan Libby in August 2018, Louise Thompson remains tight-lipped on the style of wedding dress she will opt for.
However, it appears that the wheels are in motion to find the dress of her dreams as Louise was recently snapped at the Brides Do Good pop-up shop at Bicester Village.
Chantal Khoueiry, founder of Brides Do Good, assisted Louise during her time at the shop as she scoured the rails and considered a variety of dresses.
Running until the 28th May, the boutique alows brides-to-be the chance to browse and buy from a collection of pre-loved and sample designer wedding gowns. A percentage raised from sales will be invested in Brides Do Good's charity projects which aim to provide quality education and an independent future to vulnerable children and end child marriage.
Louise said: “What is really, really amazing about Brides Do Good and connecting women to women through wedding dresses is that up to two thirds of the profits go to charities that help younger girls. It actually gave me shivers when I heard about it, so hopefully I can donate my dress to Brides Do Good one day.
“The dresses are beautiful and there is something for everyone. Everything about the showroom is stunning, just walking in I feel excited about my own special day.”
Images: Louise Thompson shopping at the Brides Do Good pop-up at Bicester Village