New York, NY (PRWEB) June 14, 2006
The best season for dresses, and the best prices for them. PromGirl.com announces their spring line of 2006 prom dresses and shoes are now on sale. Hundreds of prom and graduation dresses from spring 2006 are now on sale at closeout prices. A shopper can find every type of formal dress and gorgeous shoes online in every size, from petite to plus at PromGirl. These dress styles are perfect for special occasion events such as homecoming, sweet sixteens, Quinceaneras, and any formal occasion. With many dresses now priced under $100, every girl on a budget can have a designer-style prom dress or formal evening dress.
In addition to dresses, PromGirl offers a wide assortment of prom shoes and accessories. Now a girl can get a formal dress for prom, homecoming, graduation or a summer wedding at special closeout prices from PromGirl and purchase the shoes and accessories to go with the dress at the same time.
According to Kimberly Broomall, Vice President of PromGirl, “Prom expenses can really add up, with our closeout prices on prom dresses, girls have the opportunity to buy high-fashion dresses at budget sensitive prices. These dresses are great for next year’s prom, homecoming, holiday parties and much more. PromGirl now provides girls an opportunity to buy beautiful dresses for any occasion at closeout prices.”
About PromGirl Inc.:
PromGirl Inc. is a formal wear retailer catering to the large teen market. PromGirl features fashions specifically for teens’ and a large selection of prom dresses. Unlike its namesake PromGirl also offers special occasions dresses for all occasions such as Homecoming, Graduation, Sweet 16 and Quinceañera. Shoppers at PromGirl find the latest fashions from the industry’s leading manufacturers including Faviana, Kitty, La Femme, Niki, Zum Zum, Tiffany Designs, and Xcite. PromGirl is also known for its design your own dress program. Established in 1998 by David Wilkenfeld, PromGirl has become a leading online formal wear retailer, and this summer will be expanding offline into a new 2,000 sq. ft. storefront location in Middletown, Delaware.