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It would be a shame if the boy you wanted to go with was asked by another girl. Be early. Check with the store you will be purchasing it from to find out if they have a similar policy. Woman around the world have closets full of these dresses they just cannot part with. There are tons of dresses which makes starting your search early extremely important. If you are a woman, you would understand when I say “The Dress have the Power to make or break”. In fact, for some, deciding on a prom dress is a lot more stressful than making it to graduation! You might find yourself donning a glamour dress in the style of Kate Middleton, or a Carrie Bradshaw-ish Sex and the City style number come prom night. 3. Be open-minded. Just because you don't like how a dress looks on the mannequin or a hanger, doesn't mean it's not the dress for you.

You might find yourself donning a glamour dress in the style of Kate Middleton, or a Carrie Bradshaw-ish Sex and the City style number come prom night. 3. There are tons of dresses which makes starting your search early extremely important. Start looking around for a prom dress at least 4 months before the event, take your sweet time, and don't settle for the first half-decent frock you can find. 2. By the time prom season rolls around, girls find themselves panic buying and drowning in a sea of red elegant sequin prom dresses. Be open-minded. Prom is probably one of the most memorable nights you will have as a high school pupil, and for many, it's one of last big events before graduation. Come Prom night, many girls just copy their summer dresses. Your dress will have you written in every seam, every section and every colon. While not everything will go as planned there are a few things you can do to make sure it really is a night to remember. Well, if you're already starting to panic about prom night this early, fear not.

Estelle's Dressy Dresses shares five jewelry staples you need this year. Statement Earrings. Make the most of your up-do with a pair of sparkling statement earrings . Solid crystal or diamonds are a versatile must, but don't forget to add a pair with rich hued-jewels for the new year, as well. Stones in purples, reds, and greens are popular this winter and will finish off your look. Dazzling Bangle. Every woman needs at least one bangle or cuff bracelet. Dress up any outfit with a bit of bling by adding a crystal, stone, or solid metal bangle to your look. Delicate bangles pair beautifully with quinceanera dresses , as well, adding a simple pop of sparkle.

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(Chris Sweda/Chicago Tribune via AP) More CHICAGO (AP) Thousands of people waited for hours in single-digit temperatures on Saturday to try to get a ticket to President Barack Obama's farewell speech in his hometown of Chicago, saying they want to show their appreciation and soak in the final moments of his history-making presidency. People began lining up well before sunrise for the 8 a.m. ticket distribution. The lines stretched for blocks and snarled traffic around McCormick Place, the sprawling convention center along Lake Michigan where Obama will speak on Tuesday night. "You never know when something as huge or as phenomenal like this will happen again, so I was like 'I'm not missing this for nothing,'" said Umar Ibrahim, 28, who took the day off from his job as a city bus driver to snag a ticket, waking up at 3 a.m. to start the trek to the convention center. "Just talking about it makes you beam," he said as he clenched his ticket, grinning from ear-to-ear. Obama's final speech to the public will continue a tradition set in 1796 when George Washington addressed the American people for the last time as president. It will be followed by a "family reunion" for alumni of Obama's former campaigns, according to a save-the-date sent to alumni. Obama has described the event as "a chance to say thank you for this amazing journey," to celebrate the ways the country has changed and "to offer some thoughts on where we all go from here." For many supporters, Obama's decision to give the speech in Chicago rather than Washington added to the significance of the event.