Style Marathon: A Women Wears a Dress for 30 Days to Support Cause

Fashion / September 20, 2011

Style Marathon: A Women Wears a Dress for 30 Days to Support Cause

Sarah Braunstein wearing the same black dress for 30 days.

What happens when you mix style perseverance with charity?

Meet Sarah Braunstein, a style philanthropist who is raising money for Chicago-based nonprofit Connections for Abused Women and their Children by the way of the “Chicago Uniform Project.”

Basically, Sarah has put her own spin on a marathon by producing a style marathon of sorts. In her own version, Sarah is wearing one dress for 30 days. She is free to accessorize the same dress each day in multiple ways, but the one dress will be a constant in her daily outfit.

Within nine days of launching the project she has already reached her goal of $5,000 and as of September 19, she has raised $6,465.

Not only is this a great why to support a cause fashionably, but it shows how versatile a black dress can be.

We love how Sarah uses her creative sensibility to come up with an outfit each day that doesn’t look like the same outfit worn the day before, even if it is the same dress.

Check out some of the outfits she’s brilliantly put together so far incorporating her black dress. Cool, huh?

If you’d like to support Sarah’s efforts, please click here to learn more on how you can help.

 


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Rhi Strayer
Rhi Strayer is currently obsessed with Jeffrey Campbell shoes, sparkles, studs, and anything having to do with Lady Gaga.




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