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Your dress, her future

your wedding dress will change lives

Our process is simple: we donate 1/3 of the proceeds of every wedding dress we sell to nonprofits that promote the rights of women and children. By choosing A Day in June, you will help advance human rights - and protect the planet, too. Just one of our dresses has the power to change lives and create a better world for all of us.

Change never looked so good.


Partner : VOW for girls

Approximately 37,000 girls under age 18 get married every day. More girls are being married now than at any previous point in history. In the developing world, 1 in 9 girls under age 15 is already married. 

Child marriage truncates a girl's childhood, ends her education, and curtails her economic opportunities. It also significantly increases her risk of experiencing domestic violence; of enduring early, frequent, and high-risk pregnancies; and of experiencing newborn and infant loss.

The reasons that young girls marry are diverse, and so are the solutions. We are partnering with VOW For Girls to end the practice of child marriage. VOW believes in locally-driven solutions to the complex issue of child marriage, so they provide grants to community-led and community-based organizations that interact directly with the girls and families that are affected by it. 

Learn more about them and their amazing work here



supporting women and girls

Proceeds from past clients' wedding dresses have...

➕ Supplied a full year's worth of textbooks to a schoolgirl at the Kakenya Center for Excellence in the Masaai region of Kenya, helping to keep her in school and ensure she is protected from the harmful practice of genital mutilation

➕ Provided a necessary, lifesaving cesarean section to a woman in the Democratic Republic of Congo, dramatically reducing the risk of maternal or infant death during birth

 Supplied schoolgirls in India with hygienic menstruation kits, which reduces the risk of gynecological illnesses and helps ensure that girls can remain in school during their menstrual cycles

➕ Provided a lifesaving food kit to families suffering from hunger, supplying them with enough food to feed the entire family for weeks

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Happy Girls

what will your dress do?

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