Find your dream dress in our curated collection of designer bridal gowns
Save girls from child marriage when you donate your wedding dress
From the UK to Dubai, shop our wedding dresses with a purpose in our boutiques
Shop our life-changing dress in our permanent and pop-up stores
End child marriage by 2030, one wedding dress at a time
Visit us at Bicester Village from 14 April to 12 May for the ultimate wedding-dress-shopping experience. Shop the most sought-after bridal designers up to 70% off and help end child marriage as we will donate up to two-thirds from every dress sold to Too Young to Wed.
50 Pingle Drive BicesterOX26 6WD
Getting to the pop-up
Your wedding day should be the most beautiful day of your life. But for 15 million girls every year, it rhymes with the end of childhood and the start of a nightmare. Married to an often much-older man, they are taken out of school and forced to bear children before their body is ready.
As a bride-to-be, you can act now to end child marriage. Every gown we sell funds Too Young to Wed programmes against this barbaric tradition.
Founded by award-winning photojournalist Stephanie Sinclair, the charity runs photography workshops teaching former child brides and at-risk girls literacy and leadership skills.
Your wedding is an opportunity for change: for you and for the world. Grab it now.
Reem Acra's Great-Gatsby-inspired "I'm Heavenly" gown for £4,300 (41% off). Ian Stuart exclusive "Dream" design for £1,450 (46% off). The ultimate lace wedding dress with sleeves: "June" by Monique Lhuillier for £4,000 (48% off).
We have gathered the most desired wedding dresses in the world in our Bicester Village pop-up boutique (14 April to 12 May), a calming heaven of style and romance where you can browse our collection with help from our experienced bridal stylists and in-house seamstresses.
Which one will you pick?
Last year, our inaugural 10-days pop-up boutique at Bicester Village raised over £18,000, thanks to fashion-forward and generous brides from the UK, China, Brazil, the Middle-East and India.
These funds have already been invested in programmes against child marriage in Kenya and the Asyut region of Egypt, benefiting over 7,000 people, including 2,000 unmarried adolescent girls and 2,000 mothers (including child mothers).
This year, with a month-long pop-up, we want to triple our reach. Will you join us?
Find out more about last year's pop-up
Supports women who survived child marriage
Up to 2/3 from each dress donated to charity