SPOKANE, Wash. - Prom dress shopping can be a stressful time for both parents and kids. There are many options and you don't want to break the bank.
A Finer Moment, which is located at Division and Longfellow, carries over 2,000 dresses all in different styles and some by high end designers.
"We carry top designers like Jovanni, Sherri Hill, some of the nationally recognized brands that Katy Perry wears, Taylor Swift wears that all the girls are in demand for and love," said A Finer Moment's Rachel Lewis.
But, you could end up walking out of there spending more than a month's car payment.
"Right now, I'd say our most expensive prom dress in the store is $810, it is a little spendy," said Lewis.
They offer dresses starting in the high hundreds and have a decent sale selection.
"We always have a sale rack that every week. We're constantly marking stuff down, too. Stuff from current collections that you won't find cheaper than anywhere else," said Lewis.
Located off Division and Main is Finders Keepers II. They carry around 1,000 dresses.
"Most of the brands that we carry here are exclusive to our store, and sometimes exclusive to our store in the nation. So it's very one of a kind different pieces," said Finders Keepers' Chanique McKenna.
On average, their dresses range around $350, but the store manager says not to let the price scare you, they are always having promotions and flash sales.
"We usually have a prom discount, like a Facebook post or referral program, where if a girl buys her dress here she can hand out coupons to her friends and get store credit," said McKenna.
Finders Keepers II will be having a Saint Patrick's Day flash sale starting on Monday and ending on Saint Patrick's Day.
Both stores offer a bonus service.
"We event-check all of our dresses so once a dress has been purchased we mark it to the school it's going to, or the event it's going to," said McKenna.
Meaning no two people will have the same dress! Both stores also offer layaway payment plans.
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