Most parties and dances pressure young girls and boys. My friend’s daughter turned sixteen this year and she cannot afford to be seen in the same dress twice. The event is about impressing others and the dresses are either too trendy or something very different just to get attention from others. And this year it was my friend’s daughter’s prom night, so you can imagine how difficult it was for her to get the perfect dress for the purpose.
The prom is the big dance of the season. Everyone going is looking for a date. The world of marketing has created a dress of $200 and the latest hairstyle by the hairdresser. Enough to put pressure on a teen huh?
Teenagers look at prom night with a big excitement. So to reduce the stress keep a few points in mind.
1. In some of the planning, try including your prom date.
2. Ensure in your group that everyone is dependable and continuously communicating about the arrangements.
3. Try to take a break and stop thinking about the prom for a week or so.
4. Keep in mind that if everything fails the essential thing is being with your friends.
5. Select the prom group and make a commitment to the same.
6. Shopping early is the best idea. Look for prom shoes and dress in advance.
7. Decide upon the mode of transportation.
8. Select the spot for post-party in advance.
If you do not have a date, then here are a few ideas for you to enjoy the prom night:
9. Try to go with a group of friends. You can share a huge table and at the time of slow dancing, pair up, but permit trades. The girl and guy ratio does not require being even.
10. There are many people in your situation, just a week before prom start advertising for a single mixer. This will help other singles and you will get a definite group.
11. Wholeheartedly embrace yourself and enjoy dancing with yourself. You can just initiate a new trend!
12. Shopping for everything and clothes required can damage your budget. Here is a list of a few websites where you can purchase a dress under $100 in case your daughter is looking for one.