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Emily’s Closet offers free prom dresses to Baldwin County students »

BAY MINETTE, Alabama — For many girls, prom season is an exciting time filled with shopping for the perfect dress, scheduling hair appointments and picking out shoes and accessories. But that’s not always the case as many families simply cannot afford the high costs associated with celebrating the milestone.
That’s where Emily’s Closet steps in — offering high school girls the chance to select a free prom dress to wear for the occasion. Sponsored by the Heritage Junior Women’s Club, this year’s boutique will be held 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturday at North Baldwin Chamber of Commerce in Bay Minette.
The boutique is open to all students in Baldwin County’s public and private high schools. Club members will serve as personal shoppers to assist the girls at the boutique and refreshments will be served, organizers said.
The project began in 2005 in memory of Emily Rose Parker, a Bay Minette teen who was killed in an automobile accident in 2003 — just before the start of her senior year at Baldwin County High School. Since then, Emily’s Closet has given away more than 500 cheap formal dresses to area girls.
Parker’s sister Melanie Sikes is a member of HJWC and has helped with the prom dress giveaway for many years. She said it’s a special time for her family.
“Emily was a loving daughter and sister who was active in many community affairs and was a devoted friend to many. She loved prom time and our house was always full of young ladies preparing for the big night,” Sikes said.
Initially the event traveled to high schools throughout the county but last year the group chose to hold the event in one location and set it up in a boutique fashion, offering a better shopping experience.
Sikes said Emily’s Closet affords many girls the opportunity to attend the prom in a beautiful dress of their choosing. “I love this program and all the good that it does for young ladies in our community. It is great to see the joy on the teens’ faces when they have found the perfect dress,” Sikes said. “I hope that this program will continue to grow so that we will be able to help more young ladies in Baldwin County.”
Sherry Lee at Foley High School said the program has been a blessing to many students there during the past several years. “Emily’s Closet is probably more important to Foley High School students than most any other school in the county simply because of the diverse population that we have here,” she said. “When Emily’s Closet was brought to Foley in the past it was utilized by so many girls that could not afford any other way to go to prom.”
Now that there is one location, Lee said two teachers have stepped up to help transport students who otherwise would not have a way to attend to the boutique. “They have agreed to stay with the girls at Emily’s Closet until everyone has a dress before returning home no matter how long it takes,” Lee said.
Heritage Junior Women’s Club restocks its inventory with donations from the community and by purchasing cheap special occasion dresses with funds raised by the organization.
HJWC accepts donations of  formal dresses year-round at the North Baldwin Chamber of Commerce on McMeans Avenue. All items of women’s formal wear and jewelry are welcomed and plus sizes are always needed. Shoes are not accepted. Monetary donations can be mailed to: HJWC, P.O. Box 45, Bay Minette, AL 36507.

BAY MINETTE, Alabama — For many girls, prom season is an exciting time filled with shopping for the perfect dress, scheduling hair appointments and picking out shoes and accessories. But that’s not always the case as many families simply cannot afford the high costs associated with celebrating the milestone.That’s where Emily’s Closet steps in — offering high school girls the chance to select a free prom dress to wear for the occasion. Sponsored by the Heritage Junior Women’s Club, this year’s boutique will be held 9 a.m. to 1 p.m. Saturday at North Baldwin Chamber of Commerce in Bay Minette.The boutique is open to all students in Baldwin County’s public and private high schools. Club members will serve as personal shoppers to assist the girls at the boutique and refreshments will be served, organizers said.The project began in 2005 in memory of Emily Rose Parker, a Bay Minette teen who was killed in an automobile accident in 2003 — just before the start of her senior year at Baldwin County High School. Since then, Emily’s Closet has given away more than 500 dresses to area girls.Parker’s sister Melanie Sikes is a member of HJWC and has helped with the prom dress giveaway for many years. She said it’s a special time for her family.“Emily was a loving daughter and sister who was active in many community affairs and was a devoted friend to many. She loved prom time and our house was always full of young ladies preparing for the big night,” Sikes said.Initially the event traveled to high schools throughout the county but last year the group chose to hold the event in one location and set it up in a boutique fashion, offering a better shopping experience.Sikes said Emily’s Closet affords many girls the opportunity to attend the prom in a beautiful dress of their choosing. “I love this program and all the good that it does for young ladies in our community. It is great to see the joy on the teens’ faces when they have found the perfect dress,” Sikes said. “I hope that this program will continue to grow so that we will be able to help more young ladies in Baldwin County.”Sherry Lee at Foley High School said the program has been a blessing to many students there during the past several years. “Emily’s Closet is probably more important to Foley High School students than most any other school in the county simply because of the diverse population that we have here,” she said. “When Emily’s Closet was brought to Foley in the past it was utilized by so many girls that could not afford any other way to go to prom.”Now that there is one location, Lee said two teachers have stepped up to help transport students who otherwise would not have a way to attend to the boutique. “They have agreed to stay with the girls at Emily’s Closet until everyone has a dress before returning home no matter how long it takes,” Lee said.Heritage Junior Women’s Club restocks its inventory with donations from the community and by purchasing dresses with funds raised by the organization.HJWC accepts donations of dresses year-round at the North Baldwin Chamber of Commerce on McMeans Avenue. All items of women’s formal wear and jewelry are welcomed and plus sizes are always needed. Shoes are not accepted. Monetary donations can be mailed to: HJWC, P.O. Box 45, Bay Minette, AL 36507.

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After choosing a bridal gown, it’s time to pay attention to the attendants »

A wedding is all about the bride and groom, but it wouldn’t be possible without attendants — the favor-assembling, invitation-addressing, party-planning, speech-delivering, ring-bearing, petal-tossing team that works before, during and after the wedding to ensure everything runs smoothly. When it’s time to choose each party member’s wedding day ensemble, a bride-to-be should put the members’ feelings ahead of her own.
“Don’t lose sight of the fact that you are dressing your very best friends and family members for the first day of your new life,” says Amy Casbarian, owner of Wedding Belles (3632 Magazine St., 891-1005; www.weddingbellesstationer.com). While friends and family will most likely find standing in your wedding a memorable honor, it’s also an enormous commitment, especially regarding finances: A 2010 Real Weddings study by WeddingChannel.com surveyed more than 20,000 brides nationwide and concluded that on average, being a bridesmaid costs $1,695. “Your bridal party need not be costumed,” Casbarian says. “Be considerate of quality, style and price when making your choice and your friends will thank you.”
It can be challenging to pick bridesmaid gowns, especially when accommodating varying body shapes and personal styles. To increase the chances of being able to wear a bridesmaid dress again, Casbarian says to stick with the classics. “Modern versions of classic silhouettes will always look chic and elegant,” she says. Cocktail-length dresses with detailed necklines and color-blocking were paraded down runways at this spring’s bridal fashion shows.
In the past, mothers of the bride and groom were often subjected to matronly sheaths with dowdy jackets. Now we’re seeing Mom shine in full-length gowns with intricate details like beading, lace-covered brocade and floral appliques. If matching two different moms with the rest of the party proves problematic, consider this: “When choosing colors for your bridal party, remember that all of the colors do not need to match, but rather complement each other,” Casbarian says. “Then tie it all together with the flowers and ribbons of the bouquets.”

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Teacher’s Boutique Puts the Pretty in Prom »

Prom should be a night to remember.
That is why Rachel Haffer, English teacher at Jefferson High School, has worked so hard for the past four years to make the event special for her female students.
Every year Haffer collects prom dresses online from donations and through craigslist ads, and sets up a boutique in her classroom. Then she has the girls come in to shop for a dress shopping.
This year was a little different.
A couple of parents from other high schools in the area, Cindy Marceau and Tammy Duncan, heard about what Haffer was doing and decided to help. From there, the group helping the students prepare for prom just kept growing.
“It’s amazing to me how many teachers and community members got involved and said they wanted them to have the best time ever,” Haffer said.
At this year’s shopping event on April 5, the girls were served refreshments and listened to music while trying on dresses in a fitting room set up in the classroom. Forever 21, a national clothing retailer with locations in Denver and Westminster, provided a large selection of jewelry from which the girls could pick items to go with their cocktail dresses online.
Girls who couldn’t find dresses that fit properly were given gift cards to buy new dresses.
Marceau, Duncan and Haffer arranged to have hair and make-up professionals come in and give demonstrations on how to do popular hair and make-up tricks.
And this year, the boys were included.
Marceau, Duncan and Haffer decided the girls’ dates should have a chance to get gussied up, and so Marceau asked Men’s Warehouse in Lakewood if it had any deals to accommodate the boys. The store provided a large discount on tuxedos.
While the girls were trying on dresses, tailors from Men’s Warehouse came to Jefferson, with tuxedo catalogs in hand. The 22 boys in attendance were measured and then picked out tuxedo colors and styles to go with their dates’ special occasion dresses.
Stephani Ruvalcava, junior, and Wilfredo Huerta, senior, went to the prom together and attended the April 5 event to get ready for the big night.
Ruvalcava and Huerta are expecting a baby in July. Because she is showing now, Ruvalcava couldn’t find a dress that fit, so she was given a gift card.
Huerta picked out his tux with other boys at the event.
To put the finishing touch on the outfits, King Sooper’s grocery store donated flowers. Marceau and Duncan set to work turning the flowers into wrist corsages for the girls and pin-on boutonnieres for the boys.
By the time prom rolled around on April 14, couples were looking sharp as they walked into Mount Vernon Country Club, where the event was held. The theme this year was One Enchanted Night.
“It was really nice,” said junior Francisco Aguilar. “You could see the mountains off from the windows.”
Every year the juniors put on the prom for the senior class. Aguilar was one of the juniors who helped organize the event. Haffer’s boutique helped get the students more excited about prom, so Aguilar said the juniors wanted to make the event the best ever.
“There is definitely a higher expectation now for next year’s prom,” Aguilar said.

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Moms/Dads: Show us YOUR prom photos! »

This was my senior pink prom dress. It was iridescent blue with sequins all over the bottom. The bottom was fitted and slit partially up the leg. This is the only shot I could find easily. And by the way the handsome man I’m with is Jeff Goddard of Decatur. We have been friends since kindergarten and dated on and off through high school.
For the last few months the AJC has been asking you to submit your teenager’s prom photos. Now I thought it would be fun to post photos from YOUR prom.
Last week I caught a prom segment on “Live! with Kelly” (I don’t usually watch but I was on a elliptical at the gym.) At any rate, Kelly shared her prom photo from the 1980s and it was hysterical. She had some seriously big hair going on.
So I thought for our Friday fun, we would all enjoy sharing our prom photos on the Momania Facebook page. I will download and share the best/funniest ones of the blog.
I’ve posted one of mine here to get you started. But I have also posted a bad one from my junior prom on the Momania Facebook page. You’ll have to go there to see the horror.
I still love my senior hot pink prom dress. My junior prom dress I am not so crazy about. I learned an important lesson with that junior prom dress — I do NOT look good in white. Seeing my pale skin in that white prom dress made me choose a “blush” (pink) wedding dress. At least I didn’t ruin those photos looking pasty.
Both of my prom dresses are hanging in Rose’s closet and the girls pull them down to try them on. I am a little bit torn on this. Should they really be play things? Could they possibly wear them later?? Probably not and probably good to get some wear out of them even as a play dress. My mother’s prom dress had a giant hoop skirt to it. It was strapless and she looked spectacular in it. If it looked a little less dingy, I think I would have worn it for my prom. I loved that short pink prom dress.

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Becker named ‘Girl in Green Dress’ »

It is prom time for many area high school students. Korissa Blaser and Morgan Curry of Pearl City wanted to make the glitz and glamor of prom something every girl could afford to do. They joined with high school teacher Kim Hanson to put on “The Girl in the Green Dress” event in March.
The event featured reasonably priced prom dresses 2012, a fashion show, complementary manicures and up-dos for the shoppers, and many door prizes. They also announced the winner of “The Girl in the Green Dress” prom makeover.
Lena-Winslow High School junior Kalie Becker knew she was entered for the prom makeover. She never dreamed she would win. It was not until she made arrangements for the limo and picked out her dress that it started to feel real.
Becker said Tracy Dahl, district social worker, nominated her for “The Girl in the Green Dress” scholarship.
“Mrs. Dahl talked to me about the application,” Becker said. “She said my name came (to her) right away. Basically, it was girls who don’t like live with their parents or had a hard home life and that kind of stuff. Then they wrote a story and gave it to Pearl City. Whoever they thought deserved it got chosen. I was chosen.”
Becker said she won a free limo ride, red prom dresses, boutonniere and corsage, a photo shoot, and complementary manicure and hair style.
Becker enjoyed Le-Win’s prom on April 14 with Chase Huneke.
“It actually meant a lot because I feel like the struggles I’ve been through in my life was really challenging and stuff,” Becker said. “To receive something so big like this, it kind of makes me look back and it’s like that was really hard and it’s all worth (it) in the end.”
Becker would like to go to college and possibly study psychology. She says she would like to help other kids.
“Winning this competition makes me want to do (go to college) even more,” she said enthusiastically. “I’m living proof like there are so many struggles you have to keep going. Now it makes me even more excited to help people when I’m older. Just a little event really made a difference for me. It meant a lot.”
“Look what happened now. Good came back to me, I just kind of had to wait and go through the storm to reach the sunshine,” she added.

It is prom time for many area high school students. Korissa Blaser and Morgan Curry of Pearl City wanted to make the glitz and glamor of prom something every girl could afford to do. They joined with high school teacher Kim Hanson to put on “The Girl in the Green Dress” event in March.
The event featured reasonably priced cocktail dresses, a fashion show, complementary manicures and up-dos for the shoppers, and many door prizes. They also announced the winner of “The Girl in the Green Dress” prom makeover.
Lena-Winslow High School junior Kalie Becker knew she was entered for the prom makeover. She never dreamed she would win. It was not until she made arrangements for the limo and picked out her dress that it started to feel real.
Becker said Tracy Dahl, district social worker, nominated her for “The Girl in the Green Dress” scholarship.
“Mrs. Dahl talked to me about the application,” Becker said. “She said my name came (to her) right away. Basically, it was girls who don’t like live with their parents or had a hard home life and that kind of stuff. Then they wrote a story and gave it to Pearl City. Whoever they thought deserved it got chosen. I was chosen.”
Becker said she won a free limo ride, prom dress, boutonniere and corsage, a photo shoot, and complementary manicure and hair style.
Becker enjoyed Le-Win’s prom on April 14 with Chase Huneke.
“It actually meant a lot because I feel like the struggles I’ve been through in my life was really challenging and stuff,” Becker said. “To receive something so big like this, it kind of makes me look back and it’s like that was really hard and it’s all worth (it) in the end.”
Becker would like to go to college and possibly study psychology. She says she would like to help other kids.
“Winning this competition makes me want to do (go to college) even more,” she said enthusiastically. “I’m living proof like there are so many struggles you have to keep going. Now it makes me even more excited to help people when I’m older. Just a little event really made a difference for me. It meant a lot.”
“Look what happened now. Good came back to me, I just kind of had to wait and go through the storm to reach the sunshine,” she added.

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Plano church offers free prom dresses in tough times »

PLANO – It’s almost every high school girl’s once-in-a lifetime dream, wearing the perfect dress fit for a princess to their prom.
But, in these tough economic times, many North Texans say it’s a luxury that’s simply unaffordable. However, a Plano church is lending a helping hand to girls who are struggling to make ends meet and make those dreams come true.
Kali Meekins said without the Prom Closet, she would have likely not been able to attend her Wylie High School prom. The outfit she put together for free at the Prom Closet would would have cost around $500.
“My parents are divorced,” she said. “So, it’s kind of hard for the two different incomes to come together; and here I can come and get a dress for free and it’s really great.”
Bonnie Dillingham lives with her aunt and struggles with finances.
“I don’t work yet,” she said. “So getting white prom dresses is kind of a big deal.”
Dillingham’s aunt, Laura Burnett, said many families simply can’t afford prom expenses.
“If it’s the difference between paying the light bill or putting food on the table, prom is probably at the bottom of the list,” Burnett said.
The Prom Closet was formed by a group of women from Plano’s St. Andrews United Methodist Church. It began four years ago with the goal of helping 35 girls. This year, there are 1,000 dresses.
“We didn’t want a young lady in our community to miss the opportunity of prom,” said Jane Marshall, co-creator of the Prom Closet. “Prom only comes once in a lifetime,”
White Prom Dresses 2012 , shoes, jewelry and other accessories were all donated, most of which came from congregation members. Among the gowns are some familiar names, including Gucci, Prada and Jimmy Choo.
“It really just touches my heart,” Meekins said. “It’s such a nice thing to do for people. A lot of people don’t do nice things any more, so this is really good for the community.”
The biggest reward for anyone at Prom Closet is the smiles that light up the faces of the girls whose lost dreams were born once again.
“When these girls get a dress and it looks like it was made for them, it’s just overwhelming,” Marshall said.
The Prom Closet will be open from 9 a.m. to noon Saturday.

PLANO – It’s almost every high school girl’s once-in-a lifetime dream, wearing the perfect dress fit for a princess to their prom.But, in these tough economic times, many North Texans say it’s a luxury that’s simply unaffordable. However, a Plano church is lending a helping hand to girls who are struggling to make ends meet and make those dreams come true.Kali Meekins said without the Prom Closet, she would have likely not been able to attend her Wylie High School prom. The outfit she put together for free at the Prom Closet would would have cost around $500.”My parents are divorced,” she said. “So, it’s kind of hard for the two different incomes to come together; and here I can come and get a dress for free and it’s really great.”Bonnie Dillingham lives with her aunt and struggles with finances.”I don’t work yet,” she said. “So getting short white prom dresses is kind of a big deal.”Dillingham’s aunt, Laura Burnett, said many families simply can’t afford prom expenses.”If it’s the difference between paying the light bill or putting food on the table, prom is probably at the bottom of the list,” Burnett said.The Prom Closet was formed by a group of women from Plano’s St. Andrews United Methodist Church. It began four years ago with the goal of helping 35 girls. This year, there are 1,000 dresses.”We didn’t want a young lady in our community to miss the opportunity of prom,” said Jane Marshall, co-creator of the Prom Closet. “Prom only comes once in a lifetime,”Dresses, shoes, jewelry and other accessories were all donated, most of which came from congregation members. Among the gowns are some familiar names, including Gucci, Prada and Jimmy Choo.”It really just touches my heart,” Meekins said. “It’s such a nice thing to do for people. A lot of people don’t do nice things any more, so this is really good for the community.”The biggest reward for anyone at Prom Closet is the smiles that light up the faces of the girls whose lost dreams were born once again.”When these girls get a dress and it looks like it was made for them, it’s just overwhelming,” Marshall said.The Prom Closet will be open from 9 a.m. to noon Saturday.

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What Do Teen Girl Want From Prom 2012? »

The majority of proms in the Charlotte area are in April and May. To give teen girls an idea of popular styles this year, girls from local high schools modeled the newest trends in prom dresses 2012 during Belk’s annual Prom Fashion Show at the SouthPark store. Hope Politis, the social occasion and better dresses buyer for Belk, said this year’s offerings are more sophisticated than normal to go with what teens are looking for now.
Carmen! Carmen! Salon did the models’ hair, with long and flowing as the big trend; the natural but romantic makeup was by Clinique and Estée Lauder.
“Girls these days know what’s going on – because of social media they’re up-to-date on all the celebrity and fashion trends,” said Politis, who cited the popularity of singer Taylor Swift’s polished style as a major influence.
Knee-length dresses are an option, but long gowns are still the most popular. “Most girls want to wear something they wouldn’t wear to a wedding or family occasion,” says Politis. “They want to feel more dressed up and red-carpet-ready.”
Other silhouettes making a splash are the new high/low hemline, which Politis personally loves because it looks so modern and fresh; Grecian style dresses that flow; and anything with one shoulder.
When it comes to color, the brighter the better. “Neon colors have been some of our best-sellers,” she says.
Politis remembers the fun of shopping for her pink prom dresses when she was a student at South Mecklenburg, so seeing teens look for their own perfect dress – often with their family members – is a rewarding part of her job.
Based on her experience, what’s the best way to know you’ve found the right dress?
“When you try it on – you just know it’s the one,” she says. “I was in the dressing room area when a girl came out in a prom dress that looked beautiful on her,” says Politis. “She was there with her mother and grandmother. When her grandmother saw her, she started crying from happiness. The girl looked at her grandmother and said, ‘I’m not getting married!’ and they all laughed, but for me it was so meaningful because I get to see the end result of my work.”
Politis takes it all very seriously because she loves her job so much – and so does Belk. They have a focus group of teen girls who weigh in weeks in advance on what they think of the store’s white prom dresses offerings. It’s called a Style Out and if some of the lines they bought don’t get a positive reaction, the order is adjusted.
Belk has expanded its social occasion and better dresses department, so no matter what your age or the event you’re attending, be sure to add it to you list of places to look for that perfect dress.

The majority of proms in the Charlotte area are in April and May. To give teen girls an idea of popular styles this year, girls from local high schools modeled the newest trends in prom dresses during Belk’s annual Prom Fashion Show at the SouthPark store. Hope Politis, the social occasion and better dresses buyer for Belk, said this year’s offerings are more sophisticated than normal to go with what teens are looking for now.
Carmen! Carmen! Salon did the models’ hair, with long and flowing as the big trend; the natural but romantic makeup was by Clinique and Estée Lauder.
“Girls these days know what’s going on – because of social media they’re up-to-date on all the celebrity and fashion trends,” said Politis, who cited the popularity of singer Taylor Swift’s polished style as a major influence.
Knee-length dresses are an option, but long gowns are still the most popular. “Most girls want to wear something they wouldn’t wear to a wedding or family occasion,” says Politis. “They want to feel more dressed up and red-carpet-ready.”
Other silhouettes making a splash are the new high/low hemline, which Politis personally loves because it looks so modern and fresh; Grecian style dresses that flow; and anything with one shoulder.
When it comes to color, the brighter the better. “Neon colors have been some of our best-sellers,” she says.
Politis remembers the fun of shopping for her prom dresses when she was a student at South Mecklenburg, so seeing teens look for their own perfect dress – often with their family members – is a rewarding part of her job.
Based on her experience, what’s the best way to know you’ve found the right dress?
“When you try it on – you just know it’s the one,” she says. “I was in the dressing room area when a girl came out in a prom dress that looked beautiful on her,” says Politis. “She was there with her mother and grandmother. When her grandmother saw her, she started crying from happiness. The girl looked at her grandmother and said, ‘I’m not getting married!’ and they all laughed, but for me it was so meaningful because I get to see the end result of my work.”
Politis takes it all very seriously because she loves her job so much – and so does Belk. They have a focus group of teen girls who weigh in weeks in advance on what they think of the store’s prom dress offerings. It’s called a Style Out and if some of the lines they bought don’t get a positive reaction, the order is adjusted.
Belk has expanded its social occasion and better dresses department, so no matter what your age or the event you’re attending, be sure to add it to you list of places to look for that perfect dress.

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Next Cordially Invite you to Enjoy Their SS12 Wedding Collection »

LEICESTER, England, March 13, 2012 /PRNewswire via COMTEX/ — British fashion retailer Next launch their occasion and wedding shop in time for the 2012 season. From must-have maxi dresses to men’s suits, shoppers are cordially invited to enjoy this stunning range of occasionwear from Next. Find everything you need for that special occasion with their guide to the perfect garden party and Next wedding lists; including inspiring tableware, online flowers by post and specially selected wine and champagne.

Showcasing elegant women’s dresses, lingerie, dashing men’s suits and stylish accessories, not to mention beautiful girls’ bridesmaid dresses and wedding shoes, you can also browse Next’s wedding gift ideas or create that must-have wedding list of your own at next.co.uk/weddings. Let’s not forget Next wedding suits, bridal lingerie and beautiful special occasion dresses delivered the very next day if ordered before 9pm.*

Next.co.uk is your one stop wedding shop for coordinating bridesmaid dresses available in sizes 3 to 16 years and various sizes of bridesmaid shoes, including classic cream girls’ bridesmaid dresses as well as bright coloured designs for something a little different. Not to mention an array of Lipsy formal dresses for a more sophisticated bridesmaids or a wedding guest. There are also a great range of pageboy suits and boys’ waistcoats, again coming in younger to older boys’ sizes.

Stuck for a gift idea? With so many homeware essentials, electricals and furniture ranges at Next, you can or tailor a wedding list full of gifts for a new life together from all Next’s many products online and in store.

Brimming with all the hottest trends, this season Next has all the best in the latest womenswear, menswear, children’s and homeware. Love what you see? Visit next.co.uk for the full collection and shop by 9pm to enjoy next day delivery*. To enjoy the full collection of new arrivals, click onto at next.co.uk for stylish Summer additions.

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