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TV presenter Louise Roe has joined the Brides do Good movement and has donated her one-of-a kind Pronovias gown. Her Victorian inspired A-line dress has an inner bodice in nude crystal tuller and an outer layer in Chantilly with tulle appliques and ivory cotton thread embroidery. It is finsihed with a Chantilly scallop at the hem and neckline. The UK size 6/8 dramatic design, which comes with a removable 2.55 meter-long train, took over 850 hours to make.
All proceeds of the sale will be doanted to our charity partners, Plan International and Too Young To Wed, both fighting child marriage worldwide.
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Every year, 15 million girls worldwide are forced into marriage. Every wedding dress we sell helps fund Plan International and Too Young to Wed programmes to put an end to this barbaric tradition. Join the Brides do Good movement today.