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Gorgeous Grad Gowns 2010

Looking gorgeous for your graduation doesn't have to break the bank! It's your special day so it's important to choose a dress that makes you feel comfortable (and one that you can comfortably dance in!). There are never any rules for dressing up - you don't have to wear a floor length princess gown - you can wear whatever you like of course! The most important thing being that you feel good in it! Quirky, cute, girly or polished and sophisticated - we've put together a selection of gorgeous grad gowns for you to choose from! From polka dots, to bright colours, little black dresses and even some inspired by Gossip Girl - there's bound to be one that catches your eye. We even found a rocker chick dress that would look great with some red lipstick a la Demi Lovato! And the best part is that almost all of them are under $100. If you don't have a gown yet for grad, you're in luck - check out our top picks and Happy Graduation!!


Accessorizing for Graduation

Now that you have your grad gown, it's time for accessories! You don't need a whole load of jewelry or accessories to look your best on your big day! Keeping it simple is actually a better method and let's your dress take the spotlight. You usually don't need both earrings and a necklace - usually just one will do and looks much better! It's also best to wear shoes that have a heel and also that have delicate or thin straps. Anything with heavy straps will make a party dress look unbalanced. One item of jewelry, strappy shoes and a clutch bag for the essentials (lipgloss to touch up, cell phone and some gum) are all you need. If you get a little clutch bag with a chain that would be even better as it's much easier to carry around all night! A thin head band or a hair clip worn with your hair up or down and adds a pretty touch to your overall look!


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"NicolletteA" wrote:no. and you sound like the marketing people that stop me at the mall.  :/ lol, I'm not, i just kno someone whos making a new app and wanted to see if any1 would use it.   BTW what do u say to the marketing people at the mall?
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no. and you sound like the marketing people that stop me at the mall.  :/
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Hey KW members When ur out shoppin, do any of u take pics of clothes and things to get advice from ur friends? If so, can I ask you some questions about how you decide what to buy?
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It's important to think about why you are wanting to wear the makeup. If you are wanting it to impress someone, then chances are makeup is not the solution. When you are in middle school the need to impress escalates greatly. You do not always need to impress people with your looks. Impress them with your mind, blow them away with how good you are in a certain topic or how fast you read your assigned readings. Being pretty is something everyone strives to be, but how about being pretty smart, pretty funny, pretty kind, pretty helpful. There's all kinds of pretty. Now, if you are doing your makeup because it's fun and something you enjoy doing then by all means do it. Makeup can be an art, no matter what people say. I have many friends who's general art skills have increased because they can do their winged eyeliner perfectly, or their contour is just right. The point to all this is simple. Do the makeup for you, not for others. Please talk to your mom respectively about the topic and see if she changes her mind, and please do not be discouraged if she doesn't.  I hope this helps. 
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