Ah, what could say Girls Night Out like getting dressed up in prom dresses and heading down to the local Spaghetti Factory? Um, pretty much nothing.
Katelyn, Erica, Katie and I decided to whip out our prom dresses and act like the girly girls that we were. Oh wait, I never went to prom. Ok, so I might have borrowed Erica's Jr. Prom dress. Gosh, that's sort of depressing. But wait... I used to be embarrassed that I didn't go to my junior or senior prom. The shame! Oh the shame! But since it was over 7 years ago that I attended high school, I think the shame and embarrassment as passed. Luckily.
I had to pull this picture from our senior year yearbook. I think this was taken on Katie's camera.... she was on the yearbook staff and clearly pulled some strings to get this flashy picture in the yearbook.
I want to point out two small fashion styles of the time:
1) Purses with long over-the-shoulder straps. WE. ALL. HAVE. THEM.ON
2) Butterfly clips. Katie, Erica and I are all sporting those. Now, that's hot.
Now, I had completely forgotten about this GNO... that is until I was at Spaghetti Factory a couple of weekends ago and I saw this:
So, the pictures is blurry. I know, I know. BUT, these girls one up'd us. Not only did they have prom dresses on, but they all had their hair done AND topped it all off with their own tiara. So pretty!
As my co-worker Diania said: "That's such a Mormon thing to do!"
But, I disagree. I say: "It's just a Utah thing to do."