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Spring is here and Prom season is upon us again. Even though we homeschool our older boys, the high school aged son could participate in an area wide homeschool prom later this spring. Finding what to wear for boys is pretty easy, but girls face a bigger challenge. Thankfully, high school gals might decide that finding the perfect prom dress at JenJenHouse is relatively easy to do.
The Process of Finding the Perfect Prom Dress at JenJenHouse
With over 1000 dresses tagged as appropriate for a prom, you would be hard pressed to NOT find something that the young lady in your life can love and wear with confidence. Just glancing through the first few pages of selections has me longing for a formal dress event so that I can pick up a new fancy dress!
Step One: Grab your favorite beverage and hop on over to the prom dress entry page at JenJenHouse: http://www.jenjenhouse.com/Prom-Dresses-c18/
Step Two: Plan to spend at least an hour looking at all the different options you have. The website allows you to narrow down the options through categories of silhouette, neckline, hemline/train, embellishment, fabric, back style, straps, sleeve and even price.
Step Three: Grab a tape measure and get current measurements to make sure the dress you order will fit on arrival. If you don’t have a trusted friend or family member involved in the decision making process, this might be a great time to ask their opinion about your top picks.
Step Four: Make the decision on what to order and do it sooner rather than later. There are 3 different shipping options based on speed, so keep in mind how long it will take to arrive on your doorstep.
Step Five: Now that you’ve ordered your dress, start looking for what shoes you’ll wear as well as any jewelry. It’s also a great time to consider how you’ll style your hair for that special evening and possibly book an appointment with a stylist for the day of prom.
Are you going to be shopping for a prom dress or helping someone find one this year?
How challenging was it for you to buy your prom dress(es) in the past?