Ava Grace's Closet: Prom Ready with JenJenHouse

Friday, February 21, 2014

Prom Ready with JenJenHouse

Although my Isabella is a few years away from prom thank God just yet, I do have a lot of friends whose older children are preparing this year.
One of them, a dear friend of mine, came over just last week in a panic about which dress her daughter should choose. She brought her along {such a great kid} and honestly, she was almost distraught. 
Why you ask? Well, to start with, the senior girls have created a facebook page whereby each of them must share a photograph of chosen prom dress the moment they purchase it. Not while they are considering purchasing it but only when the deal is done. 
God forbid you change your mind. This can't happen. 
Also, I stalked said page. And every dress? $500+ at minimum!
I know that for my own daughter, I would scour the internet to ensure I got what she wanted at the fairest price possible.
Enter JenJenHouse.
Prom Ready
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shoes 
The fabulous dresses above are just a very small sampling of what they have available. {see the entire line of prom offerings here}
Stunning non?
And each of the styles above? Under $200. 
Now, that's more like it. 

Happy Friday fashionistas! 

Disclosure: This is a sponsored post written by me on behalf on Sverve. As always, all opinions are strictly my own.


10 comments :

  1. Dear Lord....I am so not ready for this one day....$500 dresses??? I don't think my wedding dress cost much more. YIKES!!! Did they create this page so that they wouldn't buy the same dresses?

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  2. $500 dollars ouch...$200 is much better. I still have my prom dresses and Elisabeth tells me all the time she is going to wear them to her prom...lol...I am going to record her saying that so I have proof...

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  3. 500$?? Seriously?? I am convinced Isabella will find a fabulous dress for 200$ in a few years. It will be fun for you, Susan, to look for the right dress.

    Have a lovely weekend,
    Annette | Lady of Style

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    1. Yes! Honestly, I really think it's gotten out of hand. I do wonder what lessons we are teaching our girls. I don't own {with the exception of my wedding dress!} any $500+ dresses!

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  4. Just what kind of messages are we sending our children when paying this much for a dress? What a shallow world this is becoming.

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    1. I agree. To our girls specifically...it's funny how we don't see/hear the same thing happening to our boys. Interesting. And it's up to each of us as mother's to teach them what is really important + that a dress doesn't make the woman {or girl in this case!}.

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  5. So glad I've got 8-9 years before my sweet Ave heads off to prom! I'm not ready!!

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  6. Wow prom is expensive, I had no idea that girls spent $500. for a dress. In my day everyone sewed their own dresses. You look like you found some great choices here.

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  7. Under $200 sounds fabulous. Thanks for the post.

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