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Prom is always exciting for high school students. To make it even more meaningful, these teens decided to show up in their moms' vintage dresses. Read on to see these heartwarming mother-and-daughter comparisons.
Can you believe this mother handcrafted this classy and fairytale-like gown when she was in high school? Even after so many years, it still looks gorgeous, especially when her daughter wore it.
The daughter is unsatisfied with the gown she ordered online. To be impressive in the prom, she decided to borrow her mother's USMC ball dress of 1995, which is unexpectedly suitable for her!
Pink is always a popular color choice in parties. Megan wore her mom's old pink dress from 1985 but changed a new red belt and paired it with a smartwatch. They both are lovely and elegant.
Tori always wanted to wear her mother's gown for her senior prom. Now she has achieved her dream and took a photo with her dad by making the same pose as her parents.
It has been proved that the tea-length strapless black dress is one of the most timeless styles. The mother, pictured left, originally wore this elegant dress in 1991. Now her daughter managed to make it shine again after 25 years!
The daughter wore her mother's wedding dress to attend her senior prom. This gorgeous white gown is just like a new one even after 30 years. How lovely these photos are!
It's heartwarming to create a cross-generation tradition. The mother wore this vintage prom dress 23 years ago, and now the daughter looks elegant in it with the same hairstyle. They both look gorgeous and fancy.
This mother and daughter are absolutely stunning in a dark floor-length gown featuring beaded detailing. The mother wore this dress in her sister-in-law's wedding, and after 20 years, the daughter put it on again in a senior prom.
The wedding dress doesn't always have to be white. This mother wore a stunning red dress at her wedding, and obviously, her daughter loves it as well. They are both so beautiful in it.
We are easily attracted to the mother's big laugh in this photo. She wore the pink dress in 1988 to her senior military ball. Now her daughter has continued the joy and wore it again to her prom.
The mother first wore the black Chinese collar dress in a classic formal style for her prom in 1996. After 20 years, her daughter gave it a new life by using some funky accessories and a vibrant hair color.
This daughter cut the sleeves and shortened the length of her mom's old pink gown. Impressively, she matched it with a pair of white sneakers, which made the outfit livelier.
This gown is a typical cut in the 1950s, the golden age of proms. Although the daughter is also stunning wearing it, her mother looks more vintage and elegant due to the iconic Jackie Kennedy gloves and her representative hairstyle.
This mother has been saving her old prom gown for her daughter. Now she must be very satisfied because her daughter turned out to be more gorgeous in it than she expected.
We have to emphasize again that the black dresses are never out of style! The daughter wore her mother's old black gown from 20 years ago and still looks very chic in today's aesthetic values.
The right side is the daughter who wore the same purple dress and stood at the same place as her mother after 20 years. What an interesting comparison!
They look just like each other, especially when the daughter wore her mom's prom dress 22 years later. The mom is so proud that her girl has grown up into such a graceful lady.
Differently, this daughter made a few changes in her mother's prom dress, and the result is amazing! The mother is glad that it can be reused after 30 years.
The right side young lady is dazzling in her mom's prom dress 24 years later. They both like this timeless black attire with sequins, which gives them an unforgettable experience in life.
This daughter wore her mom's blue prom dress after 21 years. She made a little change but looks stunning in her own way. Her mom must be very proud of her creativity.
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