Project Green Prom Hosts Dress Swap For NYC Teens

Photo credit: Project Green Prom

Give a dress, take a dress: Project Green Prom, a collaborative effort between Teens Turning Green and Whole Foods to get teens to make eco-friendly decisions and purchases during prom season, will be hosting its first ever dress swap on April 6.

New York area high school juniors and seniors are invited to donate their preloved gowns in exchange for another frock. In addition, a green stylist will be present to show teens how to transform something old into something new without spending a lot of dough. Besides receiving eco-friendly tips on preparing for the big event, from flowers to nutrition, attendees will also be treated to green makeovers and spa treatments by John Masters Organic, Mineral Fusion, and Priti Spa,

Whole Foods Market Tribeca
270 Greenwich Street
(between Warren and Murray)

Monday, April 6th

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Tags: Clothing | New York City


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