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Today's post is sponsored by Msdress, a trusted online prom dress boutique who offers a great variety of choices for Prom Dresses 2016.  All opinions are my own. 

The girls in my grade 12 class are all aflutter, talking about the selection of their grad dresses.  I gotta say, I'm a little envious.  I remember so clearly that shopping trip to Saskatoon to pick out THE dress. HowI would love to have a chance to do that again.  That is,  just the dress part.  The grad pomp and circumstance I don't need to experience again, but I would love to pick out an updated version of what I wore almost 20 years ago (gasp).
So in honour of today's post I shall share with you my picks for an updated class of 2016 version of the dress I wore when I graduated in 1997.

Deena of 1997 (can I offer a few observations??? Why does my head look so big. Also...collarbones? I haven't seen those in ages.  And I am so glad gloves aren't cool anymore..especially gloves (and shoes) that have been dyed to match your dress.  Mom, do we not have hard copies of these pictures? Why did I have to take a picture of a picture.


Anyway, here are my picks for 2016 that tap into that sparkle and sass I had (well- I would argue that I still have that sass) some 20 years ago:






You know, I likely wouldn't change a thing with my pick for a grad dress.  I love sparkle and shine and the attitude that comes with it.
I'd love to see pictures of your grad dresses in the comments!

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