DressRegistry.com Registers Prom Dresses; 25,000+ High School Proms Available

Stuart, FL, March 10, 2009 --(PR.com)-- DressRegistry.com has announced the opening of their database to include high school proms across the country. More than 25,000 of these premier events have been pre-loaded for user convenience.

“Every woman, including high school girls, has the right to feel special and unique at the major events in their lives,” says Andrew Jones, Founder of DressRegistry.com. “The horror of spying another in your dress is especially acute for high school girls for whom prom dresses are often a rare and substantial splurge.”

Dress Disasters are memorable and the pain can be long-lasting. Ask the former First Lady. She appeared at the 2006 Kennedy Center Honors in 2006 clad in the same red Oscar de la Renta gown as three other women. One dress disaster victim told DressRegistry.com that she vividly remembers the night fifteen years ago, when she entered her Prom and saw her ex-boyfriend’s new girl wearing the same prom dress. Despite their reconciliation and later marriage, the fire still burns.

DressRegistry.com enables young women to register their prom dresses at no cost without disclosing any personal details to the public. Publications such as The Wall Street Journal, The New York Times, The Palm Beach Post and foreign press from China, Russia and Italy have all discussed the impressive utility offered by DressRegistry.com

DressRegistry.com announced that with the enhancement to their data engine, they are now allowing prom dresses to be registered for proms. “Even if your local retailer has their own list, we suggest using DressRegistry.com to register your prom dress because so many dress lines are carried by multiple retailers, internet merchants, and others.” said Jones.

Beyond its practical purposes for proms, charity events and weddings, DressRegistry.com is also a way to exercise a bit of lifestyle voyeurism—giving us a peek at others’ wardrobes.

For more information on the Dress Registry or to interview its founder, please contact S. Kimura at 772-288-3196. (SKimura@DressRegistry.com)

Stephanie Kimura