For most of us high school students, prom is exciting. For others, it can also bring worry and fear, especially the planning part. Prom, after all, is the night we all wait for. Going in a group is actually much easier for many reasons, like carpooling and spending time with friends instead of feeling alone with out a date.
Although some still take a date, going with friends is now more common. For Hayley Nance, 17, of El Cerrito, one of the big stresses was trying to figure out which group to go with, something she suggests others as well. But before the big night, the lead up to prom can be stressful — finding the perfect dress, having enough money, finding redd date, and, of course, dealing with your parents.
Being able to navigate through all of that is essential to having a fun and memorable time. This year will be my first loking.
When I was in middle school, I always dreamed of going to prom with a date, but now I want to be able to spend that special night with people I will never forget: I personally want that night to be unforgettable and going without a special someone will make me feel free to have fun with everyone, instead of with just that one person.
He felt the pressure of finding just the right outfit and accessories to wear.
Once he did, he remembers looking in the mirror and feeling confident. He just had a lot of fun by tearing it up on the dance floor and singing karaoke.
Jennifer Cortez, 17, of San Jose, said the biggest stress for prom was finding the right dress. After a lot searching, she found one she loved — a bright red dress with an open back, fr a halter front and a slit on the bottom.
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Cortez also recommends taking time to relax and pamper yourself as much as possible. She also likes the idea of sharing the prom experience with friends as opposed to a date, especially in her senior year.
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