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Offline alicebaker1234

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Some girls want to have a new gown for each occasion. The gown used the other month for a friend’s bridal party may not look so appropriate for a friend’s graduation party next week. Girls would also love to wear new prom dresses each year. These might sound good, but these moves are totally expensive, especially if you buy it from department stores and boutiques. However, you can definitely cut down expenses by using the same gown again for another event.

For one, it’s just a one-time event and your friends will not notice that you used the same gown last month or last year because they’ll be too busy to mingle and socialize with other people. Secondly, the party will only last for a few hours and not for a few days where there is a dire need to really change dresses. Conversely, you can make the gown look different by customizing it. Adding tulle, laces, sequins and beads; cutting its hem short; taking out its cap sleeves; and adding ribbons; are some of the most basic creative moves that you can do to make the dress look different.

You can check out online or browse from your favorite fashion magazines to get inspirations in salvaging an old gown. Some ways include cutting a floor-length gown and replace its skirt with knee-length tulle or adding ribbon and beads to boring areas of the gown. Customize your old anyhow you want it and you’ll be wearing a perfect dress sans ruining your savings.


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