Butterfly Consignments owner accepting prom donations to dress 350 local girls

Image by Flickr user monsterpants Amanda Rosen, owner of Butterfly Consignments and Victoria's Curvacious Consignments, is accepting fashion donations to help dress 350 local girls for prom this year

Amanda Rosen, owner of Butterfly Consignment Boutiques and Victoria’s Consignments, is participating in the fifth annual Cinderella Day at the North Charleston Dream Center on Saturday, March 3.

Rosen's working to help provide free prom outfits for girls in Charleston. This year’s goal is to dress 350 girls for prom.

Rosen’s stores are drop off locations for this cause and are accepting donations such as prom dresses, shoes, accessories beginning Friday, February 24, to Thursday, March 1. In addition to donations, the Butterfly staff will be at the event as personal stylists to help the girls pick out their perfect dresses and accessories.

Cinderella Day will be held at the North Charleston Dream Center located at 5505 North Rhett Avenue from 10 a.m. to 2 p.m. The prom shopping experience will include prom outfits, mini-makeovers, refreshments and music.

“Every girl deserves to feel like a princess on prom night. This event is magical and is simply about bringing smiles to the faces of these girls,” said Rosen. “I hope with our participation every girl that walks through the door leaves with an outfit she adores for prom.”

People may bring their donations to the following locations by Thursday March, 1: Butterfly Consignment Boutiques at 482 King Street in Charleston and 624 Long Point Road in the Belle Hall Shopping Center in Mt. Pleasant; and Victoria’s Consignments located at 920 Houston Northcutt Boulevard in the Village Point Shopping Center in Mt. Pleasant.