[one_half padding=”0 15px 0 0″][show_ms_widget id=”201479″ image_id=”278539″ width=”900″ height=”1350″][/one_half][one_half_last][dropcap custom_class=”normal”]S[/dropcap]artorially re-lived a classic high school event thanks to Teen Vogue’s Prom 2014 challenge. Though I may have already graduated from high school, I still miss the feeling of getting excited about my very first prom and the whole process that goes along with it such as picking your dress/having it made, secretly waiting for a guy – preferably your crush – to ask you out to prom, and just the typical prom things. I can still re-call my 15 year old self giggling at the thought of it in excitement. There was always something about getting ready for formal events that always gets me stoked.

I decided to against the rules of wearing a cliché prom dress and wore this. Lo and behold, my take on anti-prom which is a combination of feminine and masculine clothing complete with a subtle smokey-eye, curled hair, and a bright pink lip. The whole anti-prom idea isn’t exactly about boycotting the event but rather dressing in an un-prom-like (is there even such a word?) manner which I thought was such an extremely fun take so I decided to go for it. I would also like to celebrate the fact that I was able to put on eyeshadow properly because God knows how much I struggle with that.

If you are going to prom/were to have prom again, what will you wear? I’d love to hear about it as well as your experiences!
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[accordions] [accordion title=”What I’m Wearing” visible=”yes”] Topshop dress. Maple leather jacket (similar here). Frends headphones. H&M rings. Converse sneakers. [/accordion] [accordion title=”Shop the post”] [show_shopthepost_widget id=”125459″] [/accordion] [/accordions]

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