dr marten sale Caitlin Rushby to wear same black dress for a month as part of fundraising challenge
Caitlin, a data analyst at York St John University, said: “I do it because I like being creative with how I dress, and it’s a challenge creating different outfits out of one dress on a budget, but a fun one.
“I’m trying to make it completely different every day.”
Her one month one dress idea started when she was at university in Glasgow as a female alternative to Movember, the moustache charity challenge for men.
A year after graduating she has decided to keep the fundraising effort going.
Caitlin has had a positive response and is optimistic about exceeding her 200 target. She said people ask “all the time” whether she is allowed to wash the dress and emphasised that she would be doing so.
Speaking about why she chose Womankind, Cailtlin said: “Every day I’m reminded of the chances and opportunities I’ve been given that so many women around the world don’t have.
“To paraphrase George Orwell, all women are born equal, but some women are more equal than others. Womankind actively challenge this and make the world a better place for women.