One important thing the teenage look forward to is commemorating the end of the school year with all classmates present. Unluckily, a lot of teens are now finding themselves dealing with the cancelations of their proms as a result of the ongoing pandemic.
As disappointing as it might appear to these teens, some of them are reaching a decision to put on their outfits in a bid to pose for photos.
Turns Out, Kaia residing in the country ended up showing off the gorgeous dress she purchased in a store for just $60 in an outdoor photoshoot.
I did a little photo shoot in my prom dress today:) pic.twitter.com/wj2spVPAoE— Kaia:) (@kaiajames7) March 30, 2020
When On Earth Are You Ever Going To Get Away With Putting On A Pretty Princess Attire Like This Other Than Prom?
I was not about to let my prom dress go to waste since prom was canceled. Yes, I took a Cinderella picture. pic.twitter.com/1dZoEBDWIB— Ghost Hostess Mattie (@fantasylandkid) March 21, 2020
Accordingly, when Wayne’s senior prom got canceled, his family and loved ones decided to still throw a big one for him at home. Amazingly, his family all dressed up and celebrated the prom in grand style.
They canceled my brother’s prom, so we threw our own. pic.twitter.com/o2YBeG0z64— Lauryne Amanda (@LauryneAmanda) March 29, 2020
Here’s What Happens When You’ve Got Somebody Special In Your Life!
He knew I was sad because prom is canceled but decided to give me one anyways, I don’t know how I got so lucky :) thank you for everything <3 pic.twitter.com/A4yzVxC1vh— Emily Valenzuela (@Emaval16) March 22, 2020
This above guy, in particular, doesn’t want his date to miss out on prom, so they both got dressed regardless. On the other hand, when your entire family is in isolation and your prom got canceled, a big one is naturally thrown at home.
Prom got cancelled because of covid-19, my family decided to throw me a quarantine prom anyway. Ignore my brother in the dress, he wanted prom queen ♥️ pic.twitter.com/BMJB543U2n— Erin x (@erintierney_xo) March 27, 2020
Better still, you can still show your perfect outfit to the world on the internet, even if prom got canceled. This color is totally beautiful, right?
Keying into #NationalPromDay, Ellen DeGeneres urged teens to send photos of them wearing their prom dress and expectedly, a lot happily responded.
If your prom was supposed to be this weekend, I wanna see your gorgeous prom outfits. This was mine, so the bar is low. Reply to this tweet with yours. I promise you’ll wear them to prom soon. #NationalPromDay pic.twitter.com/rEp4nBD8zD— Ellen DeGeneres (@TheEllenShow) March 31, 2020
This dazzling girl gave her grandparents the mighty surprise when she appeared wearing her beautiful gown. Her grandparents saw it via their window and it was indeed a sweet gesture.
Annette Barranco, 18, of Beaumont, found the perfect dress for her the Beaumont High prom at Union Station. The prom was canceled, but instead of letting her dress go to waste, she visited her grandparents who are isolated due to #COVID19- they saw her through their window. pic.twitter.com/ITFDIBv4Bl— C.L. Lopez (@C_L_LOPEZ) March 28, 2020