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Coco Melody Homecoming Dresses


If there's one thing I wish we had in Canada, it would be homecoming.  Well, that and DisneyWorld. Luckily, I was contacted by the fine people at Cocomelody to talk homecoming dresses, which made me excited and then made me wish I could redo my graduation.   
So, I went on the quest to find the most perfect cheap homecoming dresses that I most definitely would pick now if I could be young and wild again.

After checking out their website (and they have so many choices and categories and everything is very well organized for searching), I did narrow it down to some of my top picks.  And it wasn't an easy feat as I fell in love with the majority of the dresses.

So here is my top 10 list of "What I Would Pick if I Could Do it all Again" homecoming (graduation in our world) dresses:

You should also check out the short homecoming dresses under 100 for something cute and affordable.
In the end, if I was ordering a dress right now for homecoming, I would pick the pink one.  I love the roses around the bottom of it!

Once you found a couple dresses that you can't part with, you'll be happy to know that there is free shipping offered!


In the spirit of full disclosure, this is a sponsored post for which I received compensation. All opinions expressed are 110% my own and completely honest.  

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