The school at which I teach had a student start a program where students could donate their used clothes. Any student could go shopping any day they wanted (during Homeroom) and could take whatever they wanted for free. The “Football Is My Second Favorite F Word Shirt” is kept in the special ed room, and those students get valuable life skills and work skills helping sort and hang up or fold the donated clothing. There are lots of homecoming and prom dresses, and I can tell you, my daughter will be shopping there first to try to save money. I have also watched many of my students loans and borrow football. It warms my heart to see them take care of each other.
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Football Is My Second Favorite F Word Shirtis exactly the way we handled things back. We made our dresses, borrowed football or bought used. I wore the same shoes for prom for several years as well as to other formal occasions. I think football silly for people to waste so much money on one night or even a wedding. Wearing mom’s or grandma’s dress is a lovely tradition.I had a year where I hated all of the prom dresses, so my mom made mine. I had more compliments on it than I can count. It was perfect! Prom does not have to break the bank! I did the flowers for my kids and their friends many times. For my youngest daughters first prom, her date’s parents cooked dinner for several couples.
Or if you don’t want to go, you can save even more by staying home. I truly enjoyed not going to my prom or spending time with any of my jerky classmates. My daughter wants to go, we found an 8 dollar dress at one goodwill, matching shoes at another, got it cleaned, had grandma alter it a little, and she is good to go. Shouldn’t prom night be just a fun night for all celebrating the end of those years? Nice to dress up, yes, but should be more about having fun with their peers? I seem to find that it is more and more local hotels making a profit with poor catering and taking advantage of these youngsters and their parents.