Fashion ideas for Prom 2011

March 18, 2011 10:07:54 AM PDT
With spring approaching, so is the prom season!

The shops at Northbrook Court can help get area students ready for a night to remember.

Northbrook Court is also teaming with The Glass Slipper Project to provide prom dresses and accessories for inner city girls who would otherwise not be able to attend their prom.

    Look #1 from CUSP
  • Jay Godfrey black and white dress, $440
  • Deepa headband with bow detail, $34
  • Lauren Merkin metallicnhandbag, $220
  • La Fenice t-strap pump in black patent, $150
  • CUSP faux diamond earning, $62

    Look #2 from White House | Black Market
  • Black full-length sheath with bow detail, $199
  • Ray peep toe pump, $98
  • Chandelier earrings, $44

    Look #3 from Mark Shale
  • Hugo Boss suit, $795
  • Robert Talbott white dress shirt, $135
  • Robert Talbott striped tie, $135
  • Calvin Klein black patent dress shoe, Macy's, $79.99

    Look #4 from Lord & Taylor
  • Hailey full-length gown with sparkles, $248
  • Guess Rappine nude pump, $89
  • Rose gold stud earring, $70
  • Rose gold ring, $90
  • Rose gold 18" necklace, $110
  • Rose gold 12' necklace, $80

    Look #5 from Macy's
  • Alfani slim fit sport coat, $325
  • Derek pants, $125
  • Fitted white shirt, $40
  • Grey silk slim tie, $49
  • Alfani black dress shoe, $79.99

    Look #6 from Cache
  • Chiffon leopard dress, $178
  • Gold cardigan, $88
  • Tricolor bangle, $48
  • Gold bracelet, $44
  • Gold matching necklace, $48
  • Avignon pumps, Stuart Weitzman, $325
  • Tahoe handbag, Stuart Weitzman, $375

    Look #7 from Mark Shale
  • Robert Graham shirt, $198
  • Hugo Boss charcoal slacks, $175
  • Converse high tops, Macy's, $39

    Look #8 from Betsey Johnson
  • Evening Tallulah strapless dress, $485
  • Gold multi charm necklace, $136
  • Pink and gold stud earrings, $35
  • Confetti shoe, $238
  • Crinoline, $198

The Glass Slipper Project Bio
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The Glass Slipper Project is a non-profit organization that gives away free prom dresses and accessories to high school Juniors and Seniors in the Chicagoland and surrounding areas.

The Glass Slipper Project collects new and almost-new formal dresses and accessories and provides them, free of charge, to students who are unable to purchase their own prom attire. Students do not need to prove any type of financial hardship in order to get a dress from us.

We distribute the dresses at the Glass Slipper "boutiques" each prom season, where each student receives individual assistance from a volunteer "personal shopper" as she shops for the dress of her dreams. To date, we've helped more than 16,000 young women attend their proms in style!

We are a 100 percent volunteer based organization that relies on donations of dresses, shoes, jewelry, make-up and purses as well as monetary donations. We appreciate all that our volunteers, corporations and sponsors do to make each year successful!