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Want to Donate Your Wedding Dress? Here's Where to Do That

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Let's say for one reason or another you've chosen to donate your wedding dress. Whether you've been divorced, need the extra closet room, or are already certain your future children won't want your gown, there are plenty places in the city that will give your dress a good home. Most will take them throughout the year, and all they ask of you is that it's in good condition, clean, and in some cases, not outdated. Sorry, '80s bride.

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