FARGO - It's prom season. Now, during weekends already packed-full with activities, the search for the perfect dream dress (or tux) is on.
But purchasing formal attire - whether it features a 2018 prom trend like a dramatic train, cape, sleeves or sequins - is the only the first step. You can't forget about shoes, hair, nails and creating that perfect glowing tan. Then there's the dinner and the limo and the venue to create that perfect photo moment.
All of that can add up to high price tag. In fact, according to Yahoo Style's 2017 Prom Across America survey, the average teen spends more than $600 on prom.
How much are you planning to spend on prom? Will you ignore the price tags so you can create your dream look? Or are planning to save a few bucks by buying a dress (or tux) secondhand?
Are you foregoing prom altogether? How will you spend the money you save?
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