The First Formal Dress or Tuxedo?

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Fancy dressing for The Prom is probably the first formal dress or first tuxedo experience for the teens.  First question is whether or not they will go, second question is what will they wear.  Although styles and cost are important the real consideration for the young woman is the dream because at least half of the fun is imagining what the special night will be like.

If the dress is to be hand made, trying on prom dresses first will help the pattern selection process.  Lindes Bridal offers suggestions to use when shopping for a dress.  Which Prom Dress Is Best For You? | Linde##Q##s Bridal


Finding the right prom dress in Fairlawn is necessary because the Prom night is a highlight of a girl##Q##s life. It is a night where she gets to select a beautiful dress for herself. Many teenage girls look forward to looking their best on

Since all pattern companies have online catalogues, shopping for a pattern is easy!  Each pattern has suggestions for types of fabric listed on the back of the envelope.

Most online fabric stores will send swatches making it easier to decide on which fabric to select.  As far as color, I have found that your favorite color looks good on you.   

Although the young mans tuxedo choice is not as extensive as the young womans, there are still decisions to be made.  What##Q##s New for 2013 in Prom Tuxedos?


Need help making an entrance at prom? Try these top 5 tuxedo trends for this year, and you##Q##ll be ready to go in no time.

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Vintage clothing stores are a fun choice for prom dresses. Most cities have programs offering gently used prom dresses.  The choices are unlimited!  Remember the Duct Tape prom dress?  How about other household items made into prom dresses?  Talk about creative!!

11 Household Items Made Into Prom Dresses | Mental Floss


The most common oddball material for prom dresses and tuxes has to be duct tape. And there##Q##s good reason for the material##Q##s popularity—every year Duck Brand Tapes offers $30,000 worth of scholarships to students who




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