Prom Revolution: 2 ways to recycle your prom gown

February 9, 2011 in Craft and Art, Design, DIY, Fashion, Style, Sustainability, Textile Addiction by alliemcc

Prom Season is open! Be an eco-prom queen, or king!

The Community Service Club of New Fairfield is hosting a prom dress re-sale. They are accepting formal dresses less than 5 years old, which will be on sale at their Pretty for Prom Gown Sale, March 12th in New Fairfield.

All proceeds from the gown sale will be used for the CSC's Kids Dress for Success campaign, which provides school supplies and cold-weather gear for underprivileged kids in New Fairfield.

I will be on hand for FREE mini style consultations, and I'll also display my upcycled accessories and vintage handbags for sale.

 

 

Free DIY Fashion Parties for local high school students!

Upcycled prom dress inspiration from Angela Johnson via Smashing Darling.com

Another shameless self promotion: Get your friends together to recycle your old formal dresses into something no one else will be wearing!

I will hold FREE DIY Fashion Parties for local high school students. Choose Accessories-only, or Dress Do-Over.

Boys are welcome too! Make a custom cummerbund or boutonniere!

Need inspiration? Click here to read my early article on examples of DIY fashion at the movies.

Click here to book your free DIY party and get the details.

Hit me up to revolutionize your formalwear. Allie @ AnalogueChic.com or 203 . 794 . 4195.