There seems to be a misconception that designer prom dresses are expensive and they can be. Even though a designer dress can cost $600 and up, many can be purchased much cheaper than this. The reason? Because you can still have a designer dress but with a few changes like the quality of material used, the amount of material and, most importantly, the artisanship on making the gown. A similar gown designed and made this way could mean a savings of up to $400 or more.
There are a variety of reputable designers that have been around for years and have terrific reputations for designing and producing gowns for under $200. Jessica McClintok is one such designer that has been a favorite for many years and is said to design beautiful gowns each year for as little as $150. What you would be getting is a unique creation, beautifully made that would make any debutante proud. Flirt is another designer who caters to the affordable scene with strapless gowns as well as full-length formal attire. The Jovani prom dress is the cream of the crop and very well known as celebrities around the world purchase these creations for a variety of formal affairs. Some of these designs can be duplicated with minor changes for as little as $300, a little more spendy than the others but still affordable.
Another way to beat the price is by considering buying last year’s creations. The styles do not usually change that much year to year and would you rather have a year old Jovani or a brand new design by Target?
Start looking for your prom dress online. Find a designer or a particular dress you like from last year then go to your retail shops and see if they still have it in stock. You can then negotiate since they will want to move last year’s inventory and you may get even a better deal.
There is nothing better than wearing a designer prom dress to make yourself feel special on one of the most memorable nights of your adolescence. And with a little work and perseverance, you can get a designer creation for the same price as your peers who buy a department store dress. It takes a little effort, but with a little work and determination, you could be the star among your friends and the designer queen of the prom. Why not go for it!
Unless times have changed since I was in high school many years ago, Prom time should be one of the most memorable high school experiences. And the fun starts with the preparation. For young ladies such things must be considered like makeup, hairstyle, and of course, the prom dress. For young gentleman, it is the grooming as well, the suit or tuxedo rental, and if affordable, the limousine rental or other transportation.
A Prom is a large social event similar to the red carpet at the Oscars or Golden Globe Awards. You want to impress your friends and family while not stressing out over what you may not be able to afford, but thankful for what you can. It may only be a one-time event so you want to make everything count.
Prom night is still one of the most anticipated nights of any high school student and even though the event is special, the prom dress is what puts it over the top. It is no great secret most women love to shop and shopping for something as unique as a prom dress is no exception. But, shopping and purchasing are two completely separate events. Today you can still have the thrill of finding the perfect dress without necessarily having to pay the exorbitant price. This is one of the few occasions in a young lady’s life where you will shop for a dress you more than likely will only wear once.
In the past, there were several different ways to find a preowned dress but it took a lot of work and time. Once the internet came along things changed. You no longer had to hunt for your dress at the second hand stores in town or have it custom made by your grandmother. Along came sites like “Promagain.com” and “EBay.com” where a plethora of choices is available. But which site do you use and what differentiates the two?
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