What to Think about Before Prom Shopping

What to Think about Before Prom Shopping

What to Think about Before Prom Shopping

What to Think about Before Prom Shopping

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Thinking Is Easy, Right?

Prom is one of the biggest days of a girl’s life, next to her wedding.  Girls like to plan every little detail, from the second to the hour.  It can be very over-whelming, but let us face the facts; this is why women plan events.  I can tend to be a person who gets very over-whelmed and stressed, very fast.  If I don’t know exactly what I want, it is really hard to make decisions.  Here are some tips on how to over-come Prom and be fully prepared.

Know Your Stuff! : Color, Style and Price.

The Color:

Whether you have a date or not, know your colors.  Red, orange, yellow.. right?  No!  Know the colors that make your skin look amazing no matter the light, and then figure out which colors aren’t your friend.  Doing this will help a million, when you are searching through the endless colors of dresses.

The Style:

Now days, there are so many different styles for a girl to wear at Prom, it blows my mind.  It’s great though, because not every girl is the same body type.  This makes Prom more diverse.  The best advice I can give you is to know your body type.  If you have a small waist, get a dress that will show it off, and not the big ball of twill that looks like it came from the Cinderella story.  Don’t be afraid to bring in a picture, or even a few of a style that you like.  9 out of 10 times, the store can get it for you.  You can always ask the owner as well, what style would look best on you.  They know better than anyone, this is what they do for a living.

The Price:

 Woah! Can a dress cost some green!  If you are not paying for the dress, make sure who ever is, you have had a conversation about how much your budget is before hand.  There is nothing worse than finding the dress of your dreams, and having to put it back on the wrack.  Know the price, and find the price.  Usually dresses in a prom shop are organized by style or color, not by price.  Tell someone working what the budget is and have them direct you to where those dresses are.  Let’s not lie, the more expensive dresses are prettier, but if you don’t know it’s there, you won’t want it! You can thank me later.

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