So elegant and free-flowing prom dresses are these days, don’t you think? So so different from when my mom and I went searching for mine thirty-six years ago. Boy would that make a perfect “throw back Thursday” photo on Facebook. Prom dresses have changed so drastically over the years, and from what I’ve seen at JenJenHouse it’s most definitely for the better. These prom dresses are simply gorgeous, and not to mention over-the-top, sexy and not-so-sexy, sophisticated, chic…and I could go on. These are dresses you WOULD wear again. I remember never ever wearing mine for a second time…as I had no place to go to wear it again. But in today’s society, there are many different venues to wear formal dresses like these…even for high school girls, such as to a dinner theater, or even to a high society party at someone’s home. I’m sure there’s plenty more places the dresses could be worn again. This is a sponsored post. I was compensated via a cash
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Here’s a beautiful blue princess sweetheart of a dress made from chiffon material that I particular think is beautiful and would love to see my great-niece wear it or something like it to her senior prom one day in the future. It’s gorgeous, not too sexy and has a style to it that would stand out in the crowd. This dress along with many others including the one up top can be found at JenJenHouse online at http://www.jenjenhouse.com/Prom-Dresses-c18/
I can picture a nice pearl drop necklace to wear and perhaps a few bangles on one arm and the most beautiful corsage from her date on the other arm. The shoes here are a perfect match. Now all she needs is a limo to take her and her date on the most memorable night of their lives. Awe…to be young again!!
Will you be the one shopping with your daughter for her prom dress? If so, make it memorable and special. Take it from me – I didn’t have a daughter to do this with and my son didn’t go to his prom. The time I shopped for mine was in an era that wasn’t in social media, we didn’t “show off” so to speak, so I really don’t have any memories or photos of picking out the dress, putting it on for the first time, or even what my mom thought of it. So don’t forget to do this with your daughter, after all, that’s part of the whole process of your little girl growing up and going to her prom. Take plenty of pictures of her trying on her new dress and document your words and hers. You may want to make a scrapbook for her years down the road.