Friday, March 21, 2014

JenJenHouse Prom Dresses



I’m pushing 30 in less than a week (yikes) so I’m not in the loop anymore about prom and dances. It won’t be long as my oldest is 11 so in reality big dances are only a few years away.  Many of my friends have teenagers and being March the talk is prom, prom prom. Jenjenhouse.com is an amazing site that has affordable dresses of all types.





When I was in school prom was still the big puffy dresses. I’m happy to see that pretty much anything goes now; from the big puffy to the long flow to the short tea length. I love that there are so many choices and girls can really showcase their own style.



While looking at all the dresses it kind of made me want to go to prom again just so I could wear a pretty dress. One of the things I like about JenJenHouse(http://www.jenjenhouse.com/Prom-Dresses-c18/)is that the prices are very reasonable. From what I saw most are under $150. We all know dresses can get up into the hundreds of dollars.
I looked at so many dresses and one of them stood out to me. It is a A-line/princess V-neck Floor-Length. I love that it is not over doing it or under for that matter. I could see a girl wearing this and then also to a formal party at another event. So often you buy something for a one time wear. I like that most of the prom dresses you can definitely wear again.



If you like me when it comes to sizes, every designer fits me differently. I really like how they have a size chart. They also tell you that if your bust is saying one size and waist and/or hips are saying another to order according to the larger size and you can always have it tailored after to fit the other area. That’s a great tip, as you don’t waste time sending it back and ordering again.

I would definitely recommend JenJenhouse to anyone looking for a prom dress or even other dresses for themselves or their kids.


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