A Milngavie bride is giving her wedding dress away for free to a deserving person.
Selfless Eileen Clark wants to help a fellow bride by donating her stunning white ballgown to them.
The 52-year-old married husband Craig Clark in September and now wants her dress to have a second chance.
The white floor-length size 16 dress was purchased for around £700 but Eileen won’t accept a penny for it, instead she wants it to go to someone in need.
The mum is also offering a veil to accompany the stunning strapless sweetheart neckline dress that has delicate floral embroidery.
Eileen told the Glasgow Times: “It is really beautiful. I want someone to get a use out of it instead of just packing it away.
“If there is someone deserving who might not be able to afford a dress right now with the cost of living, I would love to help.
“With the cost of living things might be hard for some people right now, I just want to help.
“I am struggling to find a charity right now that could take it so I am looking for anyone who is in need.
“It is my second marriage and I donated my first dress to a charity that made gowns for still-born babies.
“No one really brings their wedding dress back out, it is much better to pass it on.”
The cost of living and fuel crisis has left the country facing one of the worst economic crises since the 1970s.
With household bills sky-rocketing, some people have been forced to choose between eating and heating.
It means new brides-to-be may be facing serious financial pressure to put their big day together, leaving Eileen desperate to help.
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