Disclaimer: This is a sponsored post. However, all thoughts and opinions are my own.
Many moons ago, a senior prom was to be held onboard a cruise ship sailing the magnificent waters of Lake Michigan sadly that night never came into fruition. The student council had been deceived by an unscrupulous vendor. There was no prom cruise package. There never was. They were duped and didn’t realize it until after they had paid the “deposit” (using the money made from the advanced ticket sales).
To make a long story short – I didn’t go to prom. Cruise vs. Hotel Ballroom…Hotel Ballroom loses every time. Unfortunately, I had a dress that couldn’t be returned. Believe it or not, I still own that dress. I actually thought my daughter might want to wear it to her prom or maybe even use some of the fabric to have a new dress made. Then I saw the prom dresses at JenJenHouse.com.
JenJenHouse.com is the global leading online retailer for wedding gowns, special event dresses, wedding party dresses, and accessories. After looking around a bit, I knew immediately there was no way the Diva would be wearing my tired frocked. Pretty in Pink was just a movie and now that I think about it two dresses were used to create the perfect dress for Andie. I only have one.
The selection of prom dresses at JenJenHouse is amazing. There are over a thousand to choose from. However, you can easily narrow your selection by applying filters. You can filter by silhouette: mermaid, princess, empire and others, neckline, hemline, embellishment, fabric, back style, straps, sleeves and most importantly PRICE. The prices are comparable to many dress shops, but the vast selection is remarkable.
JenJenHouse’s sizes range from 2-26. It is recommended that you have your measurements taken by a professional before ordering in accordance to the size chart. You can also choose to have your dress made-to-order based on your measurements for an exact fit. My daughter is very petite and it’s often a challenge to find her size. It’s good to know I can have her dress tailored to fit perfectly without breaking the bank, plus it eases the online shopping nerves a bit. The return policy is pretty strict so I will definitely have her measured by a professional.
The Diva shopped for a couple of hours and finally narrowed it down to mermaids and princesses – eight dresses in the shopping cart. Prom is in April and tailoring and shipping will take approximately 20 days. So from where I sit, she has about 10 days to make up her mind or she will find herself Pretty in Pink.
I’m Just Sayin’…(Damn)