Boy, does Julie work her Ship-dress; it goes well with her black hair and the eye shadow is a very nice touch. Everyone but Kevin will be staring at her... if Kevin knows what's good for him with Gwen right next to him. Surprisingly, I actually like this one over the other, but that's because she looks more elegant. The best part for her is she has autonomous, automatic defenses if anyone but Ben touches her (and sometimes when Ben touches her too). I can't imagine... well, okay, I can: it probably took her months to train Ship to stay in form for hours on end regardless of distractions, because the last thing ANY girl wants is to be suddenly in her unmentionables (or less) at prom, especially on the dance floor. And the best part for Julie? As long as she doesn't mind the black and green pattern, she can wear just about any fashion style she wants, with only time spent instead of money; no more cleaning (surely Ship can remove dirt on his own) and no more limitation on closet space. I do have to feel sorry for Ben if he expects any extra fun after prom, if Ship is feeling rebellious or overprotective.
I'm glad you like the piece. Yeah this is a mixed bag for all those involved. Will Julie lose the dress at the wrong moment, would Ship allow Ben to cuddle, will Kevin mae a mistake by doing a double take. All good reasons why NOT to wear a SHIP dress.
I think Gwen would allow Kevin a double take at Julie in a Ship dress, as long as he stared like a love/awe struck moron the moment he spotted her, no double take needed. I'm sure he could manage that!
This is true, but Ben would likely ruin it too in his response to said ungentlemanly remark. I don't know who would be worse off: the guy with the energy/magic using girlfriend or the guy with the weapon-tech girlfriend? Both of them are getting blasted if this does happen though. Or, at least dumped and ditched.
np glad to help but you never went to your prom i went to mine it was a fun little party (mine was nothing that special and was in the school gym but it was still nice and ive still glad i went) and being a girl i loved byeing and wearing the only ballroom gown that at the time i thought would be the only change to wear one