Prom-O-Rama Offers Deep Discounts on Secondhand Prom Dresses That Give Back

Shopping secondhand is the new chic. And prom dress shoppers can make their purchase even more special by supporting Career Wardrobe. The Wardrobe Boutique announces a call for gently used dresses for its fourth annual Prom-O-Rama.

On Saturday, March 15 from 11 a.m. ­ 6 p.m., customers are invited to enjoy hair, make-up, and styling tips with professionals as well as refreshments and 15% off all purchases with student ID. The first 30 attendees will also receive special prom gift bags. The prom dress suite will remain open throughout the prom season.

The Wardrobe Boutique is now accepting prom dress donations during regular business hours (Monday-Friday 11-7 p.m. and Saturday 11 a.m. ­ 6 p.m.) Donate a gown and get a $5 coupon valid for the entire boutique.

The Wardrobe Boutique is the go-to boutique for frugal fashionistas — who just happen to be giving back to the community every time they shop. The boutique opened in 2009 as a functional outlet for the high quality clothing donations given to Career Wardrobe that are not appropriate for its mission of providing women with free professional clothing for job interviews, employment, and training. The 5000-square foot boutique at 1822 Spring Garden St. offers new and gently-used women¹s apparel and accessories in an upscale boutique atmosphere. At The Wardrobe Boutique, shoppers find nearly new but affordable business, casual, designer, vintage, and evening apparel.

All proceeds directly benefit Career Wardrobe, the nation¹s largest independent community-based nonprofit organization providing women in transition with free professional clothing and educational opportunities to help them successfully find and retain employment. Career Wardrobe¹s services empower women by inspiring the confidence necessary to achieve self-sufficiency for themselves and their families. Since 1995, Career Wardrobe has assisted more than 75,000 women.

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