Love That Dress! 5 is on the count down to the ULTIMATE SHOPPING SPREE OF THE YEAR! With less than 8 days to go, the dress donations and silent auction items have been pouring in. This year marks the 5 year anniversary, with exciting new additions to the event such as a VIP Auction room that consists of a NAPA Valley trip, a woman’s Dream Closet donated by All About Closets filled full of surprises and more. Centurylink will present the inaugural Founder’s Ceremony Awards honoring the founding LTD! Committee of 2009.
In addition, light hor d’oeuvres will be offered as well as drink specials. Make your bid on swanky silent auction items like weekend stays, exclusive Vintner wine lots, over 3,000 dresses Gap to Gucci with name brands and designers that include BCBG, Evan Piccone, Nicole Miller, Theory, DKNY, Tahari, BeBe, Dolce & Gabbana, Juicy Couture, J Crew, WHBM, Banana Republic, Jones NY, Talbot, Kenneth Cole, Free People, Chicos, Express, Boston Proper, Anne Taylor, Antonio Melani, GAP, and MORE most all priced from $10-$30 per item. Brand new designer, hand beaded couture gowns donated from House of Wu that normally retail for thousands will be sold for $50 each.
Tickets to Love That Dress!5 are limited and tend to sell out fast. Fashionistas who love style, THIS is a do not miss this event! It’s also a wonderful girls nite out opportunity to shop, network, and support a great organization. For tickets to Love That Dress! 5, visit www.LoveThatDress.org or stop by PACE Center for Girls at 3760 Schoolhouse Road in Fort Myers to purchase on site. For the latest details and event information, follow Love That Dress! on Facebook.
Proceeds from Love That Dress! 5 benefit PACE Center for Girls, a non-residential juvenile delinquency prevention and intervention program targeting the unique needs of girls, ages 12 to 18, facing challenges such as physical and sexual abuse, domestic violence, substance abuse, foster care, neglect, death of a parent, family history of incarceration and declining grades.
PACE is a 501c3 organization and works with young women between the ages of 12-18 living in at risk situations. PACE provides guidance and educational opportunities providing them with a path to a successful life.
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