Do I Look Fat in this Dress?

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Ah, I remember shopping for a prom Dress. It was one heck of an ordeal. Deciding on a style, choosing a dress for my body type and finding one in my budget. There are steps to take for finding the best prom dress to make this special time more enjoyable.

Finding the Best Prom Dress

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Choosing the Style of Your Prom Dress

You may get information from your school about the expected type of attire. For example formal, casual, or cocktail. There also may be rules about how short your dress can be or how much cleavage you can show. Talk to your friends about their style choices so you dress similar.

Deciding on a Dress for Your Body Type

Research fashion websites that provide help on how to look the best in your prom dress.  They also show photos or images to learn what your body type is. Of course, finding the best prom dress involves trying on a number of dresses and choosing one that you like is important.

Finding the Best Prom Dress

Photo Credit: JenJenHouse

Finding a Prom Dress in Your Budget

First decide on a budget with your parents. Don’t forget to include accessories, such as shoes, jewelry, and a bag. Having your hair done is another cost. Shop for prom dresses in the off season to save money. Always look for sales, especially online. One example is JenJenHouse,which has a large selection of dresses in every price range. You can rent a dress or if you really need to save money, check consignment shops and thrift stores. Research online by searching for the brand to find the best price.

Finding the best prom dress doesn’t have to be stressful if you follow these steps. And don’t forget the most important thing about prom is having an extraordinary time. Enjoy!

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Connie Roberts

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Living in the Tampa Bay area, I'm lucky enough to see beautiful sunsets almost every day. Although life can be difficult at times, focusing on the positive and being with my family is what gets me through.

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