// Dress - Dillards // Jewelry - Icing // Clutch - Icing // Shoes - Local shoe boutique // 

Hey you guys, 
So yesterday, I went to my first junior prom, and I have been waiting for this day since forever.

So the experience for me was fantastic. The venue that we went to was called Ventanas in Atlanta, Georgia. I did not get to take that many pictures of the place but let's say that we were on a rooftop, and you could see the view of Atlanta. So the whole night, it was just dancing the night away. I don't go to that many parties or dances that much since my school does not host that many but prom was the best dance. Plus, I went with a group of friends, which made it even better even though I really might want to go on a date next year. I really can't wait for my senior prom now. The prom was more for the seniors anyway because there were 2016 balloons everywhere, and a couple of dances were just for the seniors only. I feel like next year, I will have more fun and more things planned and pre and post-plans. This year, I felt a little rushed to get everything done, so to make my senior prom the best, I will start planning in October and make sure I have everything together. 

Okay, so now on to my outfit details. Okay, so first and which is the most important part is my dress. I got my dress for Dillards. When I tried the dress on, I liked it. I never get a chance to wear dresses like this, so I wanted to try something like this. I might try a different type of dress cause next year; I want to go for more of a statement, not your typical average prom dress.
Next, all of my jewelry and my clutch are from Icing. Now I usually don't wear silver that much, but I felt like it would be a better color for a prom. Lastly, my shoes are from a local shoe boutique which was super affordable. Overall this prom was unique. As far as my outfit, I wanted to dress up more, but my mom reminded me that this was only my junior year and that I need to wait until my senior year to wear something fancier.

Spring break is a week away, so I will have more posts coming on the way. 

Until next time,
Samara 
 

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