Dress for Success Fashion Sale Sonya Lennon

PRESS NOTICE: Grab a designer bargain and support Equal Pay at Dress for Success Dublin fashion sale

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Dress for Success Dublin, the charity that supports women to enter the workforce and succeed at work, is hosting its annual fashion sale on 10th and 11th November – as part of its month-long Equal Pay campaign.

Bargain-hunters can snap up pre-loved designer and high-street clothing, shoes, bags and accessories at the sale.

Commenting in advance, Sonya Lennon, designer, tech entrepreneur and founder of Dress for Success Dublin, said: “Our annual sale is a must for fashion-loving bargain-hunters.  This year, once again, we’ve some unbelievable designer items – going for a mere fraction of their original cost.

“We’re running the sale at our Ellis Quay premises over two days.  But I’d advise you to get their early to get the best deals!”

Fashion Sale Sonya Lennon

Fashion Sale Details

The sale will run at the premises of Dress for Success Dublin at 4 Ellis Quay, Smithfield, Dublin 7, at the following times:

  • From 12 noon to 4pm on Friday, 10th November; and
  • From 10am to 3pm on Saturday, 11th November.

Sonya Lennon said all those who snap up bargains will also make an important contribution to Dress for Success Dublin’s work.

“By supporting the sale, you’re helping us support more women back to work,” she said.  “This year, we’ve timed the sale to coincide with our Equal Pay campaign, which is running throughout the month of November.

“In Ireland, the gender pay gap still stands at approximately 14 per cent.  We’re designating 10th November as Ireland’s Equal Pay Day, the day on which women here effectively stop earning, relative to men.

“So, by coming along on that date and buying some items in our sale, you’ll be helping us tackle the gender pay gap and raise awareness of this important issue.

“All items on offer in the sale have been donated to Dress for Success Dublin, and all money raised will go to supporting our work.”