To some this may be better known as the All Hallowś school formal.
Skimming the dress code for this event I'm almost perplexed, over my 16 years of living (cue the whining comments from parents wishing to be '16 again') I've done “semi-formal,” “black tie optional,” “festive,” “garden party,” “beach chic” and “The White Party,” but never fully formal. So where does 'formal' then lie? What spectrum does it fall between? Festive and Garden party? Beach Chic and Black and white - god can only hope not. Then I ask you, what does one do when they are at a loss of fashion advice.
Answer: They rack their purses for $8.75 to purchase the most recent copy of a fashion lover's bible. VOGUE.
To flick through a Harper's BAZZAR or Voguè the idea of 'formal attire' soon becomes crystal clear- shout out to my girl Anna Wintour for that. It's through the vicissitude of now finding a dress which suits your body type, for the right price, which no one else has purchased all the while finding an actual date who hasn't already been invited to one of the two other formals on that night (Yes, I know, it's like the school wants to test our sanity), when planning for your formal transitions from excitement to trepidation seamlessly...
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that I'm far off from having a
models body, thus making the
search even more difficult.
But after some extensive
research I've realised that the
only dress for me is a tight
mermaid style (Also meaning
the gym will be my second
home this term- awesome...)
Luckily, I found a nice red
ensemble at SHEIKE,
situated at our trustworthy
Westfield Carindale - and
even better it was under
$300. It's a bloody win-win situation kids!
However, the next catastrophic problem that arises is the desperate need of statement accessories. I'm at a complete standstill people so if anyone wants to help out a very stressed teenage soul your advice would be more than greatly appreciated.
Also, to go with a plain shoe or not, THAT is the question. (Both from: Tony Bianco )
|Could cut myself a nice piece of humble pie with this shoe.|
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Till next time hunters,