With February coming to close and spring right around the corner, that means a lot of events that contain evening gowns and cocktail dresses will be in the future. Prom being a huge one. I had my prom in May 2005…yes people that is 14 years ago, and thinking back about mine and even seeing my cousins going to prom, I realize how much money you spend on a dress that you literally wear once, maybe twice if your lucky.
Of course you not only want to look amazing, but I feel like everyone wants to be so over the top or have this crazy ball gown with so much fluff it makes you look like a cupcake. Even with my prom I never went that route and did a silk slim fitting halter dress, but did have a fun bright color because I wanted to stand out from my high school crowd.
Now that 14 years has passed, I realized that girls heading into those big moments really need to not only feel pretty, but stand out in something that will last them years to come and for a good price that won’t break the bank.
Stage is currently having a limited partnership with Halston Heritage in almost 300 Stage Stores (Bealls, Palais Royal, Goody’s and Peebles) and Gordmans location. Within this partnership they are having an assortment of evening gowns, cocktail dresses to casual pieces like tops, skirts and jackets are major sale.
Normally the retail price ranges from $95 to $2,395, but they are offering a major discount which will take these pieces to prices from $49.98 to $199.98. WOW!!! When I was searching for a dress I wanted something classic, and nothing says that more than a little black dress…or in my case a big black dress. 😉 This one was normally $695 and I got it for $199.98; that is a $500 savings in price and it really does not get much better than that.
If you follow me on Instagram I will also be sharing a try on session with a few other dresses that go from gowns to cocktail and I know you will love them just as me. 🙂
Have a fabulous day friends and this post was sponsored by Stage Stores. As always all those and opinions are my own.
Photos by Banavenue