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Louise Rattray, from East Belfast has been showcasing her style during all stages of the competition to date wearing dresses from a local Northern Ireland Hospice charity shop. The 20-year-old who even managed to nab a designer Karen Millen dress for a bargain price said supporting local charity shops is something she's always done. She told Belfast Live: "I have always shopped in charity shops as has my sister and I actually pretty much live above the NI Hospice charity shop so it's where I get loads of my clothes. "I've only worn charity shop dresses through the Miss NI competition so far. I know we have fantastic sponsors like Blush and they're brilliant and I'm actually wearing a dress from Blush tonight which is actually borrowed from a friend which is quite funny. Louise has been wearing all charity shop dresses throughout the contest "I just thought why not do something different, why not support our local charity shops and show that you don't need to spend a huge amount of money for it to look great and it can go to a great cause as well." Louise, who works as a city consultant for cosmetic brand L'Oréal say the hospice volunteers are also part of why she keeps coming back. She said: "The staff in there are brilliant as well, anything that comes in they're telling me about it and bringing it out from the back and it's hilarious, you get better customer service in the hospice charity shop than you do in many stores that I work in which are high end retail. "The rest of the girls competing are so lovely and we're all helping each other out because we're all nervous. They couldn't believe when I came down every day wearing the charity shop dresses. One of Louise's charity shop bargains that still had the original tag on it "The majority of the dresses I think are just handed in they don't even seem worn, the Quiz dress I wore is still in Quiz at the minute for sale, that's what I was so shocked about." Neil Fowler, Enterprise and Business Development Manager at Northern Ireland Hospice said: "Northern Ireland Hospice operate 28 retail shops which benefit from the good will of community members who generously donate all types of stock from clothes to furniture. "Our clothing range is very popular with young people seeking items for events, formals and weddings.
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