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The National Prom Show
17th Feb 2024

Jean's Sparkles is thrilled to announce that we will be a part of the

2024 National Prom Show!

Come to our booth and marvel at our exquisite collection of dresses designed to make you stand out from the crowd. Our team of friendly and knowledgeable staff will be there to help you find the perfect dress for your special night. We also have a changing room available for you to try on as many dresses as you would like!

Whether you're looking for an elegant gown or showstopper,

we have something for everyone.

The National Prom Show
Disability Expo

Disability Expo
5th & 6th July 2024

It is with great excitement that I announce that Jean's Sparkles will be presenting at the 2024 Disability Expo.

 

In addition, we will also be showcasing our exclusive Dress With Dignity Range in our very own fashion show! ​We are passionate about enabling wheelchair users to become independent with personal care of toileting at special events and are thrilled to be a part of an event that celebrates and promotes inclusivity and accessibility for all.​

 

Swing by and say hi, you won't miss us... just follow the sequins and be prepared to be dazzled.

Watch this space for new additions to the Dress with Dignity collection. 

Our mission has always been to provide women with beautiful and functional special occasion dresses.

With new lines constantly in development, we’re always expanding our collection to meet the needs of our customers.

  • Stoma care dresses with dignity. Dresses that are flattering but not tight to the body that could disturb the stoma 

  • Dresses for women who have undergone a mastectomy breast cancer surgery. A breast mould is placed in the dress to the breast where mastectomy surgery was undergone. ​

  • Wears medical devices IV’s cannulas, and diabetic monitors. They are protected but not on show or show if the wearer wishes. But not going to be disrupted or displaced.​

  • Embellished comfy bum dresses so were can still have all the embellished shebang of a dress but not sitting on rhinestones to protect skin and provide comfort. While sitting in the wheelchair for long periods in the night.​

  • Stroke survivors dress with weak arm support. Weak arm placed in a sling of the same material as the dress to provide comfort, and prevent shoulder displacement and positioning.​

  • Burn patients’ seamless dresses made of silk and woven fabrics to wear under special occasion dresses. Designed to hold dressings in place, compression scars and healing, regulate body temperature, and provide a comfortable texture on tender and burned skin.​

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