The Girls’ Guide to Prom!

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“Prom is in 6 weeks already?? I don’t even have a dress yet! What am I going to do?” Does this sound familiar to you? Well, it doesn’t have to be this way if you plan ahead for this prom season!

If the first few sentences of this article already relate to you, then the very first thing you should do is look for that perfect prom dress. Many high school girls decide to set aside a whole day or two on the weekend to dedicate to prom dress shopping. Some girls decide to shop locally and just go to Findlay or Lima, but many others take a road trip to Columbus, Toledo, or Fort Wayne to find a better selection of unique dresses. There are many different styles of prom dresses to choose from that can make it overwhelming to narrow it down to just one dress. Some of the popular styles of dresses include the mermaid, ball gown, or sweetheart, and any two-piece styles. Devin Hiegel, pictured above, is showing off his favorite prom dress style!

As for shoes, many people either wear simple heels just for pictures and then change into flat shoes for the dance. It isn’t necessary to go out and buy new shoes when you will only be wearing them for a short amount of time anyway. For jewelry, a lot of girls recommend borrowing jewelry from other friends or family members. Tessa Haselman says that she bought a pair of earrings her sophomore year and ended up wearing them to every dance since then!

Whether you buy or borrow your outfit for prom, as long as you feel good in it, you will look great and shine brightly on the dance floor.  To all of those going, have fun at prom!

By: Breanna Ellerbrock

Short URL: http://voice.lp.noacsc.org/?p=14254

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