My daughter, The Teen, formerly uninterested in what she wears, has suddenly declared that she likes “looking” at fashion. While shopping may be a challenge, she enjoys visiting different sites for clothes and is getting excited about her version of the prom, the eighth grade dance. We visited DressFirst.com and took a look at some styles that we both could agree on.
While we do have some time before we have to settle on a dress for prom, we did get great ideas for future outfits.
We both loved the A-Line/Princess V-neck Ankle-Length Chiffon Prom Dress With Ruffle Beading. I felt that it would be flattering and appropriate for her age. The Teen felt that she would achieve that look of maturity that she is so anxious to have.
I was a fan of the Sheath One-Shoulder Watteau Train Chiffon Charmeuse Prom Dress With Ruffle Beading. The grape color really popped for me; I think it’s such stylish look! I love the ruffle beading and the train added an extra bit of flair. My daughter was not a fan adding that the scarf took away from the dress.
We both agreed that out favorite was A-Line/Princess Sweetheart Asymmetrical Chiffon Prom Dress With Ruffle. It’s a gorgeous dress that offers sophistication without being too mature.
We still have time to shop but if you are interested in anything on the site, please know that there is free shipping through 1/12/14. Weekly deals are available and the site is fun to look at and easy to browse.
r’s note: This is a sponsored post. I was compensated to share honest information about the DressFirst.com site. All thoughts and opinions are my own.