+Prom Inspiration from TV & Film
Blair Waldorf in this gorgeous Marchesa gown, Gossip Girl.
+embroidery +ball gown
Hermione Granger, Harry Potter and the Goblet of Fire
at their Yule Ball (not exactly their Prom but, meh.)
+flounces +chiffon +pink
Kat Stratford, 10 Things I Hate About You
+slip gown +shawl
Brenda Walsh, Beverly Hills 90210
+classic +black & white +modern neckline
Andy Walsh, Pretty in Pink
+DIY dress +cut outs
Ren MacCormack & Ariel Moore, Footloose
+more flounces +in pink
Romy and Michele’s High School Reunion
Gabriella Montez &Troy Bolton, High School Musical 3
+floral details +ostrich feathers
Naomi Clark, 90210
Sandy Olsson and Sanny Zuko, Grease
Buffy Summers, Buffy the Vampire Slayer
Saves the prom without even ruining her dress
+badass +leather jacket +crossbow
We’re not all Cady Heron(s), Mean Girls
So don’t even think about going to prom wearing a varsity jacket (haven’t we had enough of those?) and a mathlete shirt in thinking you’d win prom queen. Dress appropriately.
Josie “Grossie” Geller, Never Been Kissed
We all know that the most important thing in picking out a dress is, comfort, and you’re confident in your dress, but there is no harm in asking someone you trust for their honest opinion. You wouldn’t want to look back at your photos a few years from now and think—“What the hell am I wearing?”
Brooke Baker, One Tree Hill
BE NICE. To everyone, even if you secretly hate her guts, you don’t want your night to be ruined, so don’t even try to ruin someone else’s.
Carrie White, Carrie
Just because you didn’t win the crown don’t be a beach and pour a bucket of pigs blood over the one who did, you have no idea, she might have telekinesis and lock all of you in the burning gym (which she started) and leave you all there to die. LOL.
Courtney Shane, Jawbreaker
Don’t cake up your make-up ladies, conceal only what is needed to be concealed, and not your entire face. Powder only on the areas on your face that shine. But take note you couldn’t enjoy the night if every minute you go to the powder room. Just don’t over do it, have it done, in a way that it compliments your facial features, skin tone and dress color. No one wants to look like a walking make-up palette at prom. So speak up, if you didn’t like what your MUA did, have it redone, until you feel its perfect, never settle for what is just handed to you, demand.
Don’t worry too much of what might or might not happen on this night. Expect nothing else but a good time. Don’t expect something awesome to happen, and your just there sitting on the corner as if you’re still in class, make something awesome happen.
Relax loves it’ll be all right.
Ignore that. Just trolling. 😀
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Dedicated this post to my lovely clients, possible clients
and every Junior & Senior highschool-ers out there!!!
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