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sequinpeaches
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sequinpeaches
posts: 22

So my senior prom is fast approaching and I’ve yet to find a dress. I’m trying to keep it CHEAP, as in under 100$, but the cheaper the better. Obviously Forever 21 is a good place to look but I’m looking for more suggestions of places I can shop online (I live in the middle of nowhere, the closest Forever 21 and H&M are a 6 hours drive). And I am not a fan of the glittery, poofy, neon, satin atrocities that other girls my age seem to favor, but I trust that if you’re on chictopia you share that sentiment!
Any and all advice is appreciated!

posted almost 5 years ago
cristinaraposa
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cristinaraposa
posts: 61

why dont you try online boutiques, therefore they can just ship it to you and save you the trouble of driving for 6 hours. Try to shop here in chictopia, they have some great finds. Also try ebay. ;-) Goodluck on your prom dress!

posted almost 5 years ago
 
geekbonchic
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geekbonchic
posts: 423

Don’t forget to look at other members’ items being sold through the chic shop.

posted almost 5 years ago
 
jazzyhwang
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jazzyhwang
posts: 71

you can try…
ebay
here on chictopia
vintage stores near your home, and alter them how you want it

posted almost 5 years ago
 
genebeeb
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genebeeb
posts: 3

modcloth.com has some gorgeous dresses.

posted almost 5 years ago
 
aranell
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aranell
posts: 98

try etsy.com! you need to set aside a couple of hours to look through the handmade and vintage stuff but I guarantee youll find something you love in your budget, and it’ll be totally unique! x

posted almost 5 years ago
 
zee_ay_see93
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zee_ay_see93
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I know that the name is kind of unnapealing and cliche, but http://www.unique-vintage.com/ ( unique-vintage(dot)com ) if the link like freaks our or something.

Some of the stuff is kind of expensive but there is some stuff around 100 dollars and under. It’s all really unique as well.

GOOD LUCK!! :)

posted almost 5 years ago
 
flattery
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I like jazzy’s idea. go to vintage stores in your city and find something you like, then you can get it altered. altering usually costs 50-70 dollars (for my dress at least). That way you can be sure it will fit perfectly and you wont get any surprises.

posted almost 5 years ago
 
KrisTeezy
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KrisTeezy
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I found my dress on ebay for about forty bucks. It fit really well and I stood out from the big ole gowns a lot of chicks wore. Etsy and unique-vintage.com as mentioned, are also good places to check out.

posted almost 5 years ago
 
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posts: 47

Ditto to all the girls, just make sure to be yourself and not buy anything just because it’s inexpensive. Might as well get just what you want or get something close and alter it a little.

posted almost 5 years ago
 
calivintage
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posts: 134

E-B-A-Y.

posted almost 5 years ago
 
cursed_kross
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cursed_kross
posts: 75

Like everyone says, check online places. I would also see if your city, state has a good website, cuz around this time of year there is some times a store opened just for selling/buying used prom dresses. Unless thats just my state XD

posted almost 5 years ago
 
frenchieee
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I noticed that a LOTTTT of stores are having sales. I got my prom dress at Banana Republic and it was only about $40 on sale from $200. Obviously it was a shorter dress but you should try going there. (:

But it’s your best bet to browse online.

posted almost 5 years ago
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