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Officials at a Connecticut school are ruining prom a full week before the bad music even begins with a late dress code announcement — no gowns that are backless or have slits or cut-outs will be allowed. If students disobey these rules, they’ll be sent home even if they’ve already paid nearly $100 for a prom ticket.
Um, not to gossip because I haaaaaaate gossiping, but as your friend, there’s something I need to tell you: That dumb bitch Chloe is planning on wearing the same dress as you to prom. I know! She copies you all the time! It’s like when you dropped calc and then she dropped calc. Or when you said Panda Express was your…
It's Prom season, and if the dresses seen in the ads and editorials of the new issues of Teen Prom and Seventeen are any indication, this year things are going to be eye-searing.
The Philadelphia-based store Dress Goddess has created what is ostensibly the priciest prom dress in the world, a $13,997 strapless gown covered in real diamonds that are hand-sewn to the dress. According to a press release:
The New York Post is out to spread a message to teen girls: risqué prom dresses are cool, and will piss off your parents.
Was your prom dress ugly and embarrassing? Judging from Seventeen Prom, girls today have it even worse. Maybe teens don't mind wearing grotesque gowns anyhow — judging from the advertising, prom is really about what happens when the dress comes off.
The new issue of Teen Prom has Kristin Cavallari on the cover and a gaggle of wretched dresses inside. The most interesting thing about the ads in the magazine? How extremely touchy-feely the female models have been directed to pose with each other. Some ads have male "prom dates" for the girls to stand with, but…