Sunday, February 16, 2014

What to Look for in Sweet Sixteen Dresses

 Children grow up so fast and it would be too late for you to realize that your baby is now a lady. How time flies fast and when she turns sixteen she wants to have a unique party for her classmates and friends. You have planned everything from the catering service, physical arrangement, venue and other important matters. But have you thought what your daughter would like to wear on her natal day?

Her dress for the party should be in harmony with the ceremony to welcome your daughter as a young woman. Usually a tiara is placed on her head by the mother as a symbol of her womanhood. To make the ceremony more meaningful, let your daughter wear a lovely sweet sixteen dress. JenJenHouse.com, the maker of trendy and classic dresses for debut and coming out parties have something to offer for your daughter.

The sweet sixteen dress come in various designs and clothing materials to match the motif of your daughter’s party. It can be a midi, maxi, mini or a knee-length dress. Let your daughter decide what to wear so she will feel comfortable when wearing the dress during the party. She can opt to wear a taffeta princess V-neck dress or a princess halter mini taffeta dress. Whether your daughter is skinny or chubby, she can always wear those lovely dresses as they come in different sizes.

Sweet sixteen dresses are specially created to turn your teenager as the loveliest, if not the prettiest woman of the night. The party can be formal or semi-formal but either case, the dress will not go out of style. They are comfortable to wear because the fabric is soft and the embellishments are sewn painstakingly so no applique or sequence will fall out from the dress while the birthday girl is dancing the night away. Aside from her dress, you should take into account what your daughter would look like when she wears the tiara. Make sure the hairstyle and accessories will match with her sweet sixteen dress.

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