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Reveal Your Dignity: Program aims to boost girls' self esteem

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FLORENCE, KY (FOX19) -

A program called "Reveal Your Dignity" aims to transform the way high school and college women dress and encourage them to mentor the younger generation to do the same.

It was created by Shari Braendel, a speaker and author of the female style guide "Good Girls Don't Have to Dress Bad."

Founded on the premise that women are worthy of honor and respect, the free event for mothers and daughters will visit the Tri-State area for the first time.

"This unique program will undoubtedly increase young women's self-image and equip them how to dress with dignity daily and for their professional life," said Lynnae Bussell, the event host.

Reveal Your Digity is 3 to 4:30 p.m. Saturday at the Florence Music Academy, located at 240 Main Street in Florence, Ky. You can reserve a ticket here: https://www.eventbrite.com/e/want-to-be-a-junior-fashion-stylist-rydgirls-will-show-you-how-tickets-11745088877

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