Friday, 28 September 2012

Tips for Re-wear Your Prom Dress


Your prom attire was gorgeous. You looked perfect that night. But sorry to say the evening has ended and now you wonder what to do with the beautiful dress. It's the age of recycling. For this reason, never just pack it inside a container. Make it useful once again. Here are some actions as well as tips regarding how you can do just that-and possibly even preserve the magic of the night still survive.

1.Wear it for a Wedding
If your cousin's wedding is set to be a fancy affair, your prom dress could be the perfect gown. Just make sure your prom dress doesn't look too bridal, as you don't want to upset her on her big day. Think dresses in white, ivory or cream and anything with pale-colored lace. However, if your dress only has hints of white interspersed with other colors, then it should be okay.
2.Wear it for a Pageant
If you're preparing for a pageant, you've probably considered wearing your prom dress to compete for a title. But if you've never tried pageants and you've always wanted to, this could be your chance! You already have the dress, the shoes and the accessories you need to enter. Now all you need is to perfect that beauty walk!

3.Wear it on New Year's Eve
New Year's parties are a time to get glam and welcome in the new year with plenty of sparkle. They could also be an excuse to re-wear your prom dress and feel like a princess of the night all over again. Dress it down by adding a fun jacket and opaque tights to ward off shave-ruining goose bumps.
4.Wear it for a Charity Event
If you're a budding socialite who is working on her social calendar, you may have the opportunity to attend a summer charity event with the girls of your town. To ensure that you stand out and make a good impression, wearing a fancy gown is often a must.
5.Have it Altered for a Semi-Formal Event
If you don't have any formal events coming up, but have a few parties that still require a cute dress, consider getting your dress altered. Shortening a dress hem to make it knee-length or creating a high-low hem out of a floor length one, it can make your dress look totally different.

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