"Little Black Dress Day"

Serene Rose

The Society of Recovering Sorority Girls Plans Celebration and Philanthropy for "Little Black Dress Day" 

  Celebrate "Little Black Dress Day". Wear a "Little Black Dress" to a social occasion and give excess formal wear or business clothes to charity

The Society of Recovering Sorority Girls through its founders, Kristina "Morgan" Rose and Deandra "Brooksie" Brooks implore fabulous party girls everywhere to celebrate one of the first rites of spring: "Little Black Dress Day".


"Although I normally prefer to wear splashy colors at this time of year, I am so happy to see Little Black Dresses finally getting the recognition they so richly deserve" said Morgan.

"It's critically important to raise awareness among women that they need several perfect little black dresses to get them through the spring cocktail party and theater seasons" counseled Brooksie. "You never want to be caught without the appropriate little black dress."

Little Black Dress Day falls on Tuesday, March 16th. Morgan and Brooksie advise women not to be discouraged by the mid-week nature of the celebration.

"Celebrations and pretty clothes aren't just for the weekends," declared Morgan.

Morgan and Brooksie will be breaking out their little black dresses and bestowing their presence among several upscale lounges and arts outlets in honor of the holiday.

"The perfect little black dress really should stop traffic and I'm going to put mine to the test," proclaimed Brooksie.

Thomas Reilly

In addition to planning individual celebrations, Morgan and Brooksie call upon the Society of Recovering Sorority Girls and women everywhere to take this opportunity to conduct closet inventory. If you determine that you have formal wear that you no longer need or excess business attire that is taking up valuable little black dress space, you are encouraged to contact your local chapter of Project Cinderella or Suited for Change respectively and give those fabulous outfits a new home while helping other women get the clothes they need for prom or new job interviews!

The Society of Recovering Sorority Girls is an elite organization devoted to a life less ordinary. Its founders, Kristina "Morgan" Rose and Deandra "Brooksie" Brooks firmly believe in applying many of the principles of collegiate Greek life to improve the leisure activities of young professionals everywhere.

Michelle Lobb copyright Australian Broadcasting Corp.

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