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Promgirl.net

At the beginning of Spring I introduced you to an online shopping site, Promgirl.net. (You can get a refresher here.) It's a great source for getting your dresses, shoes and accessories for Prom, Grad, Weddings or even just a new and beautiful dress for a date.

There are so many colors, styles and sizes to choose from that every girl should be able to find what they fancy.

Right now is the absolute perfect time to think about high-end dresses too. With school closing, there is not only proms to think about, but grad dances too.  I love some of the long and traditional prom dresses they have, but some of the short prom dresses are chic and adorable, perfect for grad dances!

Isn't she a doll in her short formal gown?? I think so!

Be sure to follow Promgirl.net's blog for great tips and fashion information, and their Facebook page is always a great source for contests. So be sure to go there.

My Opinion:
I really love Promgirl.net! I received a beautiful short prom dress for review. Now, I am too old for proms, but as a cocktail dress it is perfect!
Of course, I don't look like the model on the site, but I think it looks pretty good. It's a little heavy, due to the metal pieces and the bodice it attaches to, but not heavy enough I won't get some good fun in this dress on the dance floor.
I received a pair of silver shoes, made also by Clarisse the same designer of the dress, for my past post. They were a perfect fit for this dress! From head to toe I glittered and shimmered my way around, drawing loads of attention.  It felt good!!!
Now when I have a formal dinner, dance, party, wedding or whatever, I will be getting online and seeing what I can buy off this site. It shows up really fast,  always comes in a courier box that is not damaged, and is exactly what I ordered size wise. I am a size 6, and it's nice when a size 6 shows up. Just sayin'.

5/5  

Recommend? YES, YES, YES!!!


DISCLAIMER: I received a dress for review. I was not compensated for this post or my opinion.

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