Ms. Junior 2014

JS Prom Dress that Stands Out #TBT

As what I’ve told you I will let you know what happened to me this past few months that keeps me busy. So I think of posting every Thursday that will talk about my past events with the hashtag #TBT. And for my first Throwback Thursday post this week, I want to show you some prom dress that stands out during the Escuela de Leonora JS Prom 2014. Oh by the way, I am working as a private teacher at EDL (not as one of the students) hahaha!
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We celebrated the Junior and Senior Prom at Reimos Place Grill & Bar in Dasmarinas, Cavite. After the awarding, I borrowed a sash from my student who won as “Ms. Junior 2014” and tried it on myself. Hahaha!

rizanoia prom dresses
I noticed that most of the girls wore something glittery dark short dress except with the one wearing a long red dress that stand out most that night – Hannan. She was also been awarded as Queen of the Night.
Hannan Prom Dress
So if you’re a student who wants to stand out on their JS Prom I would like to suggest these Sweetheart Prom Dresses 2014 I saw from OKdress.co.uk. They also offers free shipping worldwide on selected items.
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Prom Dress
 
Prom Dress
This one is somehow similar to my student’s prom dress
and I’m pretty sure this will really look you stand out.
Prom Dress
 
You can also be a bella of the night with this classy dress from Zalora. They offer free shipping too for any order worth of P1000 or more. Below are my other top picks JS Prom Dress still from Zalora.
 
 

orange Arianne Dress

dark green Arden Dress
 
Just try one of my suggested prom dresses and you will experience a JS Prom that you will never forget!

6 thoughts on “JS Prom Dress that Stands Out #TBT

  1. aiko borja says:

    congrats to your student who won Ms.Junior!! after reading this post i remember my JS Prom way back when i was in High School. hehehe loving the gown you picked but i want the most is the red one..

  2. Alyssa (@heyitsalyssayu) says:

    Wow! You look really pretty in that dress! Before reading the post, I thought you were one of the students!

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