(PRWEB) October 31, 2012
As Thanksgiving is getting closer and closer, Merle Dress, a leading supplier of wedding dresses and prom dresses, released its prom dresses 2013 collection, and shared some tips with young people on how to seize a girlfriend's heart with a proper Thanksgiving strategy.
According to a survey by Merle Dress, many young girls in the USA are investing time and money in making great impressions as they splurge loans on perfecting their look for some big events in life. The prom dresses 2013 collection put much care on young women in terms of prices and fashionable styles.
Donnie Terry, CEO of MerleDress.com, said, “Shopping for prom dresses online can be fun and exciting. With the click of a mouse, you can easily browse through dozens, or even hundreds, of prom dresses in the latest fashions and styles.”
Buying wedding dresses on-line has become more and more popular these years, because it can bring much convenience to people, especially those who have no time to wander in shopping malls. Donnie Terry said, “We have top designers and great product lines that we feel are the best in the wedding dresses industry. Merle prom dresses may be a good choice for all customers.”
On the other hand, Thanksgiving dinner can be expensive for some people. As soon as Halloween is over, it is smart to think about Thanksgiving dinner plans. On the Merle Dress blog, some useful tips can be found on how to prepare Thanksgiving cakes within a limited Thanksgiving dinner budget.
Nicholas, a top designer of Merle Dress said, “We hope, we can help to enhance the convivial atmosphere on Thanksgiving. Follow our tips, and she will be your girlfriend soon!"
About Merle Dress
MerleDress.com is the leading supplier of wedding dresses, prom dresses, evening gowns, and wedding dress accessories from China. Merle Dress started with a basic idea of helping women dress better and is now famous for its outstanding quality in fabric, materials, and fit without the inconvenience and costs of traditional bridal boutiques and retailers.
For more Thanksgiving Tips, please visit: http://www.merledress.com/blog/