Re-Wear Your Prom Dress with Ericdress
Prom season is always so exciting to follow. But now it's officially over and we're all off to enjoy our holidays. I really enjoyed watching all the prom vlogs on Youtube and reading posts from different bloggers. It's always interesting comparing your own prom experience to others, from dresses, food, dancing, etc. Mine was over a year ago, but I still enjoy looking back at the pictures and even wearing my own prom dress on an everyday basis. Yes you read it right - I wear it all the time. I even wrote a blog post all about it so go check it out here. I wore a two piece - a crop top and a pencil skirt form Guess. I love to wear them together on a more formal occasion and separate with more causal looks.
Ericdress.com contacted me a few days ago to write a post all about the different ways to wear your own prom dresses even after your own prom experience. From sweater (www.ericdress.com/list/cheap-sweater-dresses-102049/), lace (http://www.ericdress.com/list/cheap-lace-dresses-101889/) and sheath ( http://www.ericdress.com/list/cheap-sheath-dresses-102050/ ) dresses - you can literally wear them all the time if you just properly cooperate them into your everyday style. And it's so easy. Use one statement piece (in my case it's my pencil skirt, and in yours your own prom dress) and combine it with more casual clothes - I love to pair them with stripped t-shirts, sneakers, cardigans, fringe jackets, denim, etc. But you just have to be careful not to overdo it. These are just some of my tips but you are completely free when it comes to your own style - do whatever best suits you. Summer is also another great opportunity to bring out those gorgeous flowy dresses and really make a statement with your outfit (especially white).
With Ericdress.com their dresses can all be worn both on both formal and casual occasions. Here is a collage of my favourite lace/sheath dresses perfect for the summer - summer weddings, parties, Bbq's, festivals, etc.
My experience / How I wear my Prom look now
Looks from Ericdress.com
What are some of your ideas to re-use your own prom dress? Let me know in the comments below.