I was so small for his #prom 😭 😭😭 of course I was able to work out twice a day with the exclusion of most carbs and sugar from my diet. I wish I still had the time. Only really good thing about when I went to #csuchico. I felt so clean. 😫😫😫 #throwback @soloboskiiebro
My thrifted prom ~
Well, just the dress. But that’s where the beauty lies!
Last year I spent over 500$ total on prom. Dress, shoes, accessories and such. THIS YEAR, I spent a tiny fraction of that.
Because it wasn’t my senior prom, I knew I didn’t need to find the perfect dress. But alas, I just happened upon it! One day I was thrifting and I just decided to go to the dress section. I looked through the dresses with none of them worth picking up. When I was just about to leave the section, I reached over for a second longer and looked at the black dresses. And there it was. For $9.99.
Christopher wanted to DIY/Customize our prom, so we decided to spike things. :) We just bought gold spikes and spiked his bow tie, my shoes, and my clutch. It was a nice bit of edge to our otherwise classy outfits.
The dress was $9.99 from Thrift Town.
Suede/leather strappy heels - BRAND NEW - $9.99
Black silk and feathered clutch - BRAND NEW - $5
Spiked ring - BRAND NEW - $2.80
Total ~ 28$
To put this into a better perspective, Christopher spent more on his velvet bowtie than I did on my outfit!
While I’m aware that I was lucky in my find, it’s easy to see that you don’t have to spend a bunch of money to look like you did. :)
I more than fell in love with my look for prom this year. I hope you guys are a little more willing to look to thrift stores for your prom~
About to run errands for prom.
Oh yeah and I dyed my hair, (:
My tubby! Bestfriend!
Babies + Christopher.
And all the replies I get are from boys.
“Mine is short.”
“Mine is long”
“Mine is polkadot”.
Thanks facebook, even you guys suck.