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Cinderella’s Closet Open for Two Weekends

Our spring prom season has ended. See you during our Fall Homecoming Season!

About the Boutique

lac FB Cinderellas Closet girls in prom-dressesCinderella’s Closet is an eco-friendly boutique that offers gently-used party dresses for high school girls at affordable prices.

We host Cinderella’s Closet twice a year during the spring prom season and fall homecoming season.

Young women who shop The Closet are invited to sign “My Promise,” which asks them to stay alcohol and drug free on celebratory evenings.

The promise encourages high school girls to remain clear headed at parties so they can make good decisions and enjoy their milestone celebrations. Informational pocket guides are handed out which discuss the link between substance use and incidents of dating violence and sexual assault. 

lac FB Cinderellas Closet Spring 2014The boutique is located at Snedicor’s Green Earth Cleaners8688 W. Grand River Ave., Brighton.

Owner of Snedicor’s, Jim Gilligan, generously allows the Cinderella’s Closet Event Committee to transform his Brighton store twice a year into a fun atmosphere for girls to shop for their special event attire.

Dresses are $25 at Cinderella’s Closet and all proceeds go to provide help and hope for victims and survivors of interpersonal violence at LACASA.

Limited dress scholarships are available by speaking with the project leader on duty.

Girls who purchase a dress at the budget-friendly boutique are helping in two ways. They are supporting a local charity and aiding the environment by recycling gowns and party attire.    

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Dress Donations

Dresses may be donated year round at either of Snedicor’s two locations in Brighton or Howell. Snedicor’s offers free cleaning for all donated dresses and uses an environmentally-friendly cleaning process.

Learn more about donating dresses >>

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