See how she's looking at him? Well, it's a photo shoot, but she's also digging that what he's wearing is as crisp and current as what she's wearing.
Accessorizing is not just for brides, or women who just got 8 inches of hair cut off and need chandelier earrings, or young ladies headed to church in the winter (read: mink..... in London).
The prom season is coming for us, big time, and at our boutique we're not only ready for the young ladies who need dresses, we're ready for the guys too. This is our official banging of the gong: "Heads Up Fellas! We have items THAT MATTER AND WILL REPRESENT you out there too."
The guys we serve and sell to love to accessorize with socks, and so do grooms on their wedding days, come to think of it. It's a really fun way to show some color, a theme, solidarity with friends or some rebellion on a day when the rest of you is buttoned up.
It's tough for you fellas! We get that.
Women can make a statement with hair, gown, makeup, bejeweled hair clips, gloves, purse, lip-stick, false eye lashes, shoes......... She could dip herself in yogurt and glitter and get a "WOW!" (We're not endorsing this, by the way). Guys need to play with the items they wear that are sort of "up for grabs" and get creative.
Neck ties or bow ties, pale or jewel tone, complimenting or contrasting with your date ~ the tie is where people's eyes go after they look to see you grinning your face off. The good news: we have both at BT and can work with you and your date to make it memorable. We have bowties and suspenders in stock and for purchase, and for those who have a tux or suit already, we can also set you up with a "vest and tie only" rental if you still want or need to accessorize.
Men of Prom 2018! Listen UP: There isn't a reason in the world that you shouldn't shine next to your date. If you have time to give us a reason: don't go.
Kidding!! GO!! Prom is fun, if only for the dancing and the stories you'll be telling when you're at your reunion 20 years later.
Look like YOU THOUGHT ABOUT IT.
Take the TIME. Get your FRIENDS INVOLVED.
Store owner, Kelly has been in the bridal industry since 2000, when at the ripe old age of 20 she opened her first little store front on a wing and a prayer. She is a certified wedding planner (no, she does not plan weddings), and everything she knows about bridal and formal wear has come from, gut instinct, trial and error, and watching LOTS of What Not to Wear.