Spring brings new styles, prom and graduation! Are you ready?


Happy Spring: Gearing Up for Graduation and Prom Season!

Spring has officially sprung, and with it comes the buzz of graduation caps being tossed and prom dresses shimmering under dance floor lights. It’s a season of milestones for many families, packed with celebrations that will create memories for a lifetime. Let’s dive into some springtime festivities, offering tips and ideas to make these events even more special.

Gettin’ ready for Graduation

Graduation is not just a ceremony; it’s the culmination of years of hard work and dedication. It’s a day filled with joy, pride, and maybe a few tears (of happiness, of course!). Here’s how to prepare for this momentous occasion:

 Outfit Planning: Make sure everything is pressed and pristine, whether it’s a cap and gown over a smart suit or dress. Consider the weather – a light jacket or a stylish wrap might be needed.
 Gift Ideas: Celebrate your grad with thoughtful gifts that resonate with their achievements. From inspirational books to tech gadgets that prepare them for the next chapter of their lives, make your gift meaningful.

Prom Dress Ideas

Prom night is all about making a statement and feeling fabulous. Here are some dress ideas to consider:

 Classic Elegance: A long, flowing gown in timeless colors like navy, burgundy, or classic black.
 Bold and Bright: Stand out with vibrant colors and unique patterns. Think about pastels for spring or bold florals.
 Glitz and Glam: Sequins and beads add that extra sparkle under the dance floor lights. A slight shimmer goes a long way.

8th Grade Prom: To bring a Date or Not to bring a Prom Date?

Prom in the 8th grade is an exciting event, but it often comes with the question: should you go with a date? We suggest going with friends! It’s all about fun and making memories with your peers at this stage. Enjoy the night with friends—dance, laugh, and celebrate the end of middle school together.

 2024 Favorite Style Prom Dress for Jr Prom and 8th grade



Preparing for Your Child’s First Solo Senior Trip

Sending your child off on their first senior trip can be nerve-wracking, but it’s also a rite of passage. Here’s how to prepare:

 Packing Essentials: Make a checklist. Include versatile clothing, a travel first aid kit, chargers, and important documents.
 Safety Measures: Discuss safety tips, such as staying with the group and what to do in emergencies.
 Communication Plan: Decide how often you’ll check in and what apps or devices will be used to keep in touch.

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Size guide

Size Waist Length
12-18 Months 18" 8-9"
2T 19" 10"
3T 19 1/2" 10"
4T 20" 10"
5T 20 1/2" 10 1/2"
6-7T 21" 11"

Youth size guide

  X-Small (YXS) Small (YS) Medium (YM) Large (YL) X-Large (YXL)
Chest 31 34 36 38 40
Width Measurement (inches) 15.5 17 18 19 20
Length Measurement (inches) 19.5 21.5 23 25 26.5
Size Equivalent 2-4 6-8 10-12 14-16 16-18