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Prom Season Trivia Fact & Fiction

Girl in prom dress, USA, 1950s.

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With prom season in full swing here is a little bit of trivia and fact.

The average girl goes to 11 stores and tries 13 dresses before making a decision.

Proms were not always the lavish events tha they have become but this picture from the fifties shows the evolution to today’s over the top events is at least a half century old.

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