Prom has gone and you have had a whirlwind of fun. Prom is like Grammys high school. Everyone dresses in their red carpet the best surrounded with their peers enjoying the last enveloped moments in their high school. All the stress that you may have experienced during the organization of the whole trial has hopefully been motivated by an amazing time that night that you will always remember and dear to your heart. But now its over and the last moments of high school trip down what are you going to do with your prom dress? Prom dresses can be costly investments and you want the best choice for your buck. Of course you can try to sell your dress but you will never get back all your money and you may want to keep your dress as a memorial. But you do not want it to collect dust in the wardrobe or the wind with your grandmothers antiques gone forever. Here are some options to explore how you can become creative and reuse your special occasion on a future date.
Prom is about drama and fashion. But at the age of seventeen and eighteen you can not anticipate the many other special occasions in the future where a dress as big as your prom dress is acceptable unless your dad just happens to be a governor or grand count. But what girl could not use a new party dress? If your dress is already short it will probably already fit into another party place if you tuck down your make-up and accessories when you choose to carry it out again. But if your dress is a slinky floor-long dress or a dress with a big dress you do not want to stand like a sore thumb. A good idea for this case is to take a pair of scissors and chop off the bottom and viola you have a new party or date gown to add your wardrobe. Sticking to the idea of creating new outfit options you might love certain aspects of your dress that you would love to keep and others you could do without. How about turning the flirty strapless necklace darling baby doll prom dress into a baby bustier? Or a high low kalsa slinky coat in a stunning skirt? Let your inner fashion designer die out. If your hands are a little too shaky or if you just want a more professional result get help from your local beak.
Another way to reinvent your prom dress is to change the color. Think of your dress as if you would have a new hair you like the length and look of it but a new color is the perfect way to spice it. If your dress is already dark as an emerald it may take a few attempts to get the yellow shade youve had. Of course lighter fabrics such as white and soft pink are guaranteed to pick up another darker shade. Dead fabrics are a simple but damaging process if done incorrectly so make sure you check the fabric in the fabric to make sure the garment is safe to color and read the instructions carefully. Some special cleaners and changes in your local area can make the service for you for a small fee depending on your dress.
Looking back now on your prom dress does it seem a bit smaller than the star than you first thought? Sure you had a good time wearing it and you looked good at it but maybe it just lacked the extra oomph you saw in some other fashion that night. Heres your chance to reinvent your look. If your dress was of the correct length and color but was missing as a wow factor nothing says look at me like shimmering sequin and beaded stickers. Sequins are generally cheap easy to apply and can be found in any craft shop. You can also add feathers that are a huge trend now. You can even organize a prom dress designing party invite all your friends with their old prom dresses and make it an event. Go out.
If you are not so keen to deconstruct your dress just think of another occasion where your dress can work for your appearance. Sequin bodices would be great for a New Years event and red shades are perfect for Christmas and Valentines Day celebrations. Wedding receptions that are not too strict on the clothing code can be a perfect way for your dress to shine again. There is always way to tune down any outfit to make it versatile for all special occasions. Throw a chic blazer or leather jacket over a party dress in colder months and a denim vest or jacket in the summer. Change the color of your accessories. Choose apartments or boots over long long heels. Tights are not just a handy way to keep you warm but with so many different colors and patterns to choose from they still add a funky element to your look. Think outside the box. With these fun ideas you can create a look thats all your own and everyone asks where did you get it?