30 Days/30 Dresses: Ruffle Some Feathers in This Tube Dress on Prom Night!

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You’ve probably heard the saying “Blondes have more fun,” before, but in the case of prom, “Reds have way more fun.” Add some sexy ruffle detailing to a form-fitting dress in rouge, and well, you can tell why! And here’s how you can win it for free!

You’ll look prom perfect in this strapless Ruby Rox number (available at Sears) that’s going to hug your body in all the right places. The ruffle detail will look cute as you bounce around the dance floor, but you’ll especially love how comfortable it feels on your body (no double stick tape needed!).

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5 Responses to "30 Days/30 Dresses: Ruffle Some Feathers in This Tube Dress on Prom Night!"

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    LaQuita Taylor says:

    I <3 THIS DRESS AND ITS SUPER HOT!!!

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    Anonymous says:

    I filled this out & i didnt know when it ended & when I looked up it sayed May 9! & i was hoping 2 win so y do u keep it going after the contest has already ENDED!

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    Elaine says:

    i <3 this dress!

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    Random Dude says:

    This dress is perfect for my figure (I don’t look great in those dresses with the poofy bottoms…) :D

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      Ajaykumar says:

      I don’t have a sceannr, and for the first time I’m thankful because it leaves me unable to post photos of myself in prom dresses. Darn. I once had to wear an emerald green bridesmade dress covered in itchy synthetic lace, and even though I had a short bob (chin length in front and REally short in back, the bride made me wear it up so that I’d match. I burned all the photos though. If I should ever become famous, I’d hate some reporter to dig those up!

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