The night's over but your prom dress doesn't have to be.
Poshmark is super easy to use: All you do is sign up and list your items at the price you'd like to sell it for. People can search for your specific item and place a bid, at which point you can accept or neglect. They even pay for postage!
While they don't specifically tackle just prom dresses, non-profits like Goodwill or the Salvation Army still provide donated clothes to others in the community for a discounted price.
If you want to donate your dress to something more local, it's quick and easy thanks to the amazingness that is Google. Simply type what city you’re located in as well as the nearest donation centers that take prom dresses.
If you need a bit of help finding somewhere that can connect you with local charities, check out donationtown.org for cities that offer scheduled pickups.
There are tons of DIY tutorials that show how you can instantly bring back life into old prom dresses. If you hated those straps? Cut them! If you're not a fan of how big the dress is? Take it in some. Whatever you want to do, you can add embellishments and add or subtract things to literally make the dress like new.
You never know, maybe one of your closest friends has a younger sibling looking for a dress. Host a swap party where you and your friends bring clothing items and trade with each other. It not only saves money, but it'll literally feel like you're wearing something for the first time, because, you are.