Mika, you're doing amazing, sweetie.
Have an amazing prom!
Caveat emptor, y'all.
It's gonna be a night to remember.
No need to spend your college savings on a dress.
Kyemah McEntyre totally slayed prom.
Look pretty in pink ... or red, or black or green.
Guess what you could buy for the same price as “A Tropical Night To Remember Under The Stars”?
Texanna Edwards (yes, Texanna) was banned from her high school prom for wearing a Confederate flag dress, even after a teacher warned her not to wear it. On a sidenote, don't wear flip-flops to your prom.
Judge Philip Kirk, while sentencing a pedophile in his Waupaca County Wisconsin courtroom, used some colorful language that's gotten him into trouble with gay rights groups. Are putrid-smelling jock straps heterosexual? Full story here.
Prom might be fairly young concept, but its fashion sense sure has changed a lot in the last eighty years. From sensible formal attire to the tragedy that was fashion in the 1980s, each generation has their own idea of what the "correct" dress code is.