Personal Shopper: A knock-'em-dead emerald green prom dress for Linzi

Linzi wrote, "I'm having such a hard time finding a prom dress this year that it's become more of a stressful event than a fun one! I know I want to wear an emerald green, it looks good on me!, but can't find a one that will WOW not only me but my date! Please help me!"

1. Flirt Strapless Prom Dress (Style P1503) ($328)
2. Alyce Designs Green Prom Dress (Style AD6588) ($388)
3. ABS by Allen Schwartz Satin Deep V-Back Cowl Neck Gown ($207 on sale) 4. Jovani Green and Black Print Mermaid Prom Dress (Style 9310) ($450)
5. Alyce Prom Emerald Empire Waist Prom Dress (Style 35389) ($250)
6. Terani Couture Beaded Sweetheart Dress (Style 95300E) ($498)
7. Amaya Arzuaga Long Dress ($240 on sale)

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Amy C

Posted on 02.16.11 at 1:00 PM

ooooh I would go with #1 or #5!!


Posted on 02.16.11 at 2:40 PM

These are lovely dresses, but they're awfully expensive, especially for prom.


Posted on 02.16.11 at 4:22 PM

I agree, Sara. Yikes! on the prices. Ignoring price, I like 4, 3, and 1, in that order.

Sara B

Posted on 02.16.11 at 6:44 PM



Posted on 02.16.11 at 6:53 PM

These are some gorgeous dresses, ladies (SO coveting #4!!!), but OUCH on the prices for a prom. Maybe I'm old-fashioned, but I couldn't imagine spending more than $100 for a prom dress.

One Ring to Rule Them All

Posted on 02.16.11 at 6:57 PM

$100 was a custom-made gown for me, and I even thought that was a crazy amount!


Posted on 03.01.11 at 7:53 PM

Hi, my name is also Linzi, spelt the same way.
I love number 4 it is beautiful, but i'm sure your date will love you in whichever you wear after ll he asked you right? One ring to rule them all where did you get such a cheap dress made?! It costs thousads to get a dress made in england!

One Ring to Rule Them All

Posted on 03.02.11 at 10:44 AM

Growing up, I had a dressmaker make a lot of my clothes...even through high school. Because we used her all the time and because this was a long time ago, and because it was in a less-than-metropolitan area of the US, her prices were very reasonable.

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