LONDON, Sept. 25, 2018 /PRNewswire/ -- Social Enterprise Brides do Good announces the launch of its first pop-up boutique in London.
- Over 400 dresses from £500- £5000, available immediately
- World-renowned bridal brands including Elie Saab, Ian Stuart, Galia Lahav, Suzanne Neville, Reem Acra, Vera Wang, Monique Lhuillier, Peter Langner, Pronovias, Marchesa, Stewart Parvin, Rosa Clara, Valentino, and Sassi Holford
- Sizes ranging from 4 – 30; with no compromise on range, style or luxury for the plus-size bride
- Up to two-thirds of proceeds from Brides do Good fund international programmes supporting young girls, promoting a safe education and protecting against early marriage. Partner charities include Plan International and Too Young To Wed.
Situated within an opulent Mayfair address, the Brides do Good boutique is an elegant environment where brides-to-be will discover a wide selection pre-loved, sample and previous season designer wedding dresses and accessories, available immediately and at a discount of up to 70% off the original RRP.
A wedding industry game-changer, since 2016 Brides do Good has been helping hundreds of brides-to-be find their dream wedding dress at a price they can afford without sacrificing the luxury or service which has become synonymous with bridal retail.
Chantal Khoueiry, Founder Brides do Good commented: "We are delighted to launch our first pop-up boutique in London. Autumn is a key period for brides-to-be to begin searching for their dream dress and from our new home in Mayfair we hope to attract Brides from all over the world. Since our launch, our vision has always been to build a luxury brand, both online and instore; a brand which helps brides find their dream dresses while investing in the futures of girls around the world, providing them with an education and opportunities to help them reach their full potential in life."
Located in the Lower Salon of 19 South Audley Street, the bright space, welcoming and intimate houses a fantastic selection of dresses from world-leading bridal brands to emerging designers, with prices from £500- £5,000 and sizes ranging from 4 to 30. Experienced bridal stylists are on-hand to assist brides to find their dream dress, and while there is no fee to browse, to try on the dresses a fee of £20 is requested, 100% of which is donated to the charity projects.
Designed to complement any wedding outfit, the boutique stocks a selection of bridal accessories including shoes by Aruna Seth as well as a range of veils and headpieces. No appointment is required to try accessories.
Brides do Good work with charity partners including Plan International and Too Young To Wed, and since 2016 have funded projects in Egypt, Ethiopia and Nigeria focused on ensuring safe access to quality education for vulnerable young girls, providing the tools and training needed to safeguard an independent future free from the dangers of child marriage.
Brides do Good will be popping-up in Mayfair from 25th Sept until 30th Nov 2018. To mark the launch, Brides do Good is offering complimentary appointments for all appointments booked within September.
Brides do Good, Lower Salon, 19 South Audley Street, Mayfair, London, W1K 2BN
Notes to Editors:
Founded by Chantal Khoueiry, Brides do Good offers brides-to-be the opportunity to purchase the world's most beautiful pre-loved and sample designer wedding gowns at an affordable price and with the unique charitable proposition to join them in addressing the global challenge of eradicating child marriage by 2030 (one of the UN sustainable goals). Each year, 12 million girls are married before the age of 18, nearly one every 2 seconds. If there is no reduction, the global number of women married as children will reach 1.2 billion by 2050.
SOURCE Brides do Good