Operation Glam Chic
The Girl... The Dream.. The Perfect Dress...
Operation Glam Chic is the ingenious idea created by Kishana L. Holland with the intent on making a Prom Dream come true. The prom is one of the largest social events of a teenager's high school years. This rite of passage is expensive, and although most teens hope to attend the event, they are often unable to meet the costs to participate. Operation Glam Chic aims to provide high school girls, with formal dresses and accessories to attend their prom with style and confidence while instilling an appreciation for community service and the importance of giving back.

What types of donations does Operation Glam Chic accept?
Operation Glam Chic accepts donations of new and gently worn formal wear (especially sizes 16+) that we use to outfit disadvantaged high school girls for their prom. Our goal is to boost the confidence and self-esteem of the girls we serve by making sure they look and feel good on prom night. Therefore, we are very selective about the dresses we put on display.
Please observe the following standards, if you are considering donating a dress:
    • Dresses should be no more than five years old, dry-cleaned (free of stains/odors), rips, broken zippers/straps.
    • Dresses must be a style that a teenage girl would wear. A good litmus test is to ask a young person that you know.
    • We also accept the following accessories: jewelry, handbags, hair clips.
  • We DO NOT accept: make-up, shoes/hosiery, wedding dresses, cocktail dresses, undergarments, 2-piece suits, casual/athletic wear, or boys’/men’s clothing. How can a girl get a prom dress
How can someone get a dress?

We make it simple. The Prom Dress Giveaway is usually held the first Saturday in April so that girls can get their dresses early without the stress. We publish the dates and locations of the boutiques on our website and we send flyers to local Las Vegas High Schools and youth organizations. Girls are encouraged to make an appointment, but walk-ins are also welcome. All we require is a picture ID and proof of high school enrollment.