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Fashionistas know that in the mid – ’90s styles are making a huge comeback, and for a teenager to be brave, took the trend to a whole new level when she wore her mother’s wedding dress) (1998) at her prom.
Grace Jeyes, of Melton Mowbray, Leicester, England, who recently dazzled in the big dance, and when she came to her mother, and She’s a white wedding dress, The Sun reports. The stylish 18-year-old made the look her own with a scarlet red lipstick, a manicure, a clutch and high heels.
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“I didn’t see the point in buying a new dress that I will ever wear it once, so I had a look in my closet to look at my mother’s,” Grace said. “I found her beautiful wedding dress and I fell in love with it… It [the fit] is perfect, and I knew that this was it.”
Grace Jeyes, 18, posed with her proud mother of Her to the prom.
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The teenager, adding that her mother did not know that she wanted to wear some special clothes to spend the night at a prom and was so happy when she heard the news.
“Grace told me that she already had a prom dress, and you don’t want to have to go shopping for another one,” the mother-of-three, said, according to the Daily Mail. “I assumed it was going to be one of the many dresses in her wardrobe, so she came down in my dress, I was so shocked and extremely flattered.”
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“I’m biased, but I thought she was the best,” Dawn added. “She was unique, and her father, David, had the biggest smile on his face, and was surprised at how good they looked.”
Grace Jeyes, left, who recently dazzled in the big dance, when she arrived in a white wedding dress, once worn by her mother, and Dawn, the one on the right.
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In a sea of similar gowns, Grace is said, that her ideal dress was.
“Friends and teachers were complimenting me on my dress as it was different than all the rest, but no one believed that it was a wedding,” the teen read.
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As for thriftiness, She admits that she couldn’t have been more proud of her daughter.
“Grace is very wise with money and to think before they spend — so instead of buying a new prom dress, we can put the money towards driving lessons instead,” she said.