It seems like just yesterday your daughter was watching SpongeBob SquarePants from the couch with a little bag of Cheetos and now she’s…. well, she’s on the couch watching SpongeBob SquarePants, but that Cheetos bag is bigger now and she’s 17.
If you were her age, you’d be out gallivanting, painting the town red. But she likes to stay inside on her phone, sending memes to her friends. She never even talks to you unless she’s hungry or needs money. What’s that all about?
Just yesterday, she cleaned the living room and then asked for an allowance. Then two minutes later, asked for a $1,000 advance. WHAT?!
It turns out she wanted this pink dress she saw at Windsor the other day, while on her weekly Hot Topic run. She said it would be perfect for prom. The pink reminded her of “some girl from some movie with that song.” You think she was talking about Molly Ringwald, and it sounds like she mixed two different movies up. But kudos for her for almost knowing!
You were enamored by that dress, too. In fact, you had your own mother buy you a dress that was so similar, your friends were convinced you knew Molly in person! And on your own prom night, everyone stood looking at your polka-dot fashion in jealousy. Time have changed, though, and now you rarely leave the house without baggy sweatpants or an oversize sweater.
Now’s your chance to feel cool again! Show your daughter that dress. Vintage is in! You know that because you spent $90 on clothes in Forever 21 that are literally right out of your teenage-years’ closet. It really is crazy how clothes come in and out of fashion.
But where is that dress, anyway? Was that the pink ball of fraying mess you found under the bed two months ago? Hopefully not! Come on, your daughter would look adorable in that dress and all her friends will ask where she got it. She’ll say it’s from you and then they’ll invite you for some milkshakes…. Okay, maybe not. But still, they’ll think of you as a cool mom, like Amy Poelher in Mean Girls. You know the 411.
Lucky for you, you stored that dress with a bunch of other family memorabilia at STORBOX. They have tons of units and sizes, and you drove to the local Pasadena location in a jiffy! It was so easy to call (626) 407-3439 for more information after lurking on the STORBOX website. Since it’s open seven days a week, it’s the perfect place to store things and still have them be accessible. Now, go find that pink dress of yesteryear!