This is how our wedding dresses are helping to empower women and girls across the world

Brides Do Good is an amazing ethical and sustainable bridal boutique, based in London. They partner with both brides and wedding brands, like ourselves, to curate a unique collection of gorgeous designer frocks.

We donate all our pre-loved samples from previous collections and discontinued styles to Brides Do Good, which ticks a huge sustainability box for us. We hate seeing waste and we love that our dresses get a second life.

It doesn’t stop there though. Brides Do Good donate 1/3 of their profits to charity partners, who working on projects that create a more equitable world for women and girls. So far, their donations have supported a whopping 1,950,925 days of schooling.


Brides Do Good only partner with brands that share their sustainable and ethical values, so we couldn’t be prouder to be chosen as one of their suppliers.

“Our mission when it came to our Green Collection was to prove that you can be environmentally friendly and fully sustainable without compromising on quality or price,” says Sabina.

“But we didn’t want to stop there –   we also wanted to empower women and help communities as well, which is why we love working with Brides Do Good!”

You can shop via their online boutique – discover our offerings here – or direct with them in Kensington, where they often have more stock than they can upload to the site. Not only will you know you’re helping to save the planet and create a brighter future for young girls, but you’ll be getting a designer dress at a fraction of the original price.

 Our dresses are available at Brides Do Good

And if you’re a bride, who doesn’t know what to do with their wedding dress after the big day, why not donate it to Brides Do Good? Not only will it have some more wedding love, but it will be helping to change the lives of women and young girls across the world.




November 04, 2022 by Jayne Cherrington-Cook

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