In many ways, the Prom Shop at Fair Oaks Mall in Fairfax, Virginia, is similar to its competitors. Different colors and designs of Cheap Long Gown Dress are arranged in the room, each with a size mark in front of them. However, when high school students chose clothes that they wanted to wear big dances, the price tag was lost.
Now in its 12th year, the store does not charge any goods. Starting from Friday, students will be able to select dresses from donated old and new dresses without having to worry about expenses.
This concept began with the business and marketing course of Professor Miranda Schick of Centerville High School.
She said: “Community services can be fun and rewarding.” “Girls wear all the dresses and open stores. This is a good way to cooperate with community services and learn in class to create interesting experiences.”
All high school students in the area can use these Cheap Long Gown Dress. Students only need to bring a student card or school document with their name and photo ID and check in at the desk in front of the shop.
Teacher volunteers help manage the shop, which will be open three weekends ago.
“No intimidation should have happened because at the time you wouldn’t know anyone and no one would know you came,” says Joanna Manuelas, Junior High School junior high school junior middle school student. “You should enjoy yourself and have fun.”
When preparing for a ball, students often pay transportation, dinner, hair and makeup. So they really appreciate The Prom Shop, which makes things cheaper.
“Girls, we want our hair, our nails, and sometimes our makeup is done,” says Centerville Senior Madi Van Derlip. “Of course there are skirts. This may be the biggest part of the budget you will have to deal with.”