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honeylissabee asked:

02 Nov 2009

What do you suggest I do re: a Christmas banquet dress?

In about a month, my youth group is having their annual Christmas banquet. This year they're having a red carpet theme, so the dress code is pretty formal (the youth pastor's wife is wearing her wedding dress).



I don't have ANY nice dresses, so I'm going to have to buy something. However, I can't afford to buy something really fancy just for one event. I have a couple upcoming events within the next year or two (a friend's wedding, another friends quince, etc.) I'm just worried about trying to find a dress that's a nice enough balance between casual and formal so that it works for multiple occasions.



Any ideas?

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barbipixi

barbipixi says:

Posted on 02 Nov 2009

thrift stores!



i love thrift stores they have cheap beautiful fancy dresses



just check out a few you can get a gorgeous prom dress that's classy and cheap

15addie15

15addie15 says:

Posted on 02 Nov 2009

thrift store,look 4 sales,have someone sow one for you.

fulltimepinklady

fulltimepinklady says:

Posted on 02 Nov 2009

tahts a tough one....during certain seasons formals and semi formals will go on sale and you can get some for twenty to fifty dollars at some department stores' clearance racks. i would also maybe opt for something shorter because shorter can be passed off as formal and semi formal better than longer ones can and their very stylish right now. you can also dress something up for one like with a shawl or heels, or hair pieces. wearing you hair up is more formal than wearing it down, black goes with almost every occasion-except weddings of course ha, um...gray or dark blue or bright purple go well with most all occasions too.

glamorus_miranda

glamorus_miranda says:

Posted on 02 Nov 2009

you could wear your old homecoming/prom dress if you still have them.

honeylissabee

honeylissabee says:

Posted on 02 Nov 2009

My hair is too short to put up, but I am leaning towards a shorter dress

honeylissabee

honeylissabee says:

Posted on 02 Nov 2009

I never went to homecoming or prom when i was in high school... in fact I left school before the junior dinner.

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