The annual Prom Dress Exchange will help students who want to attend prom, but are concerned about the high cost of dresses.
"The 2016 Prom Dress Exchange is here to help provide a spectacular, one-of-a-kind outfit for just $10," organizer Laura Bauer said.
Students attending the event can browse through thousands of gently-used and new designer dresses for free. If they find a dress, then they'll be asked for their student ID and a $10 donation. There are also shoes, purses and jewelry to complete the ensemble, Bauer said.
"Prom can be an expensive proposition in today’s economy but that doesn’t mean you have to forgo style,” said Laura Bauer, president of The Prom Dress Exchange Corp. “The event helps defray the cost in a small way and really make a teen’s day. Since starting the exchange, we’ve helped hundreds of teens find the perfect outfit."
The Prom Dress Exchange is Saturday, March 12 from 8 a.m. to 3 p.m. at Noah’s of Westminster at 11885 N. Bradburn Blvd.
Seamstresses will be available onsite to do limited repairs and alterations, but they will not be able to alter the size. Learn more about the event on the Prom Dress Exchange's website.
If you have a dress to donate, there are six locations. Learn more here.
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