DressDibs.com Launched by PA High School Senior as Universal Tool to Help
Eliminate the Ultimate Oh No! Moment of Dress Duplicity at Proms,
Homecomings and Formal Events
DressDibs™.com is a free, fun, teen-focused website launched by PA high school senior Alexandra
Wenger, enabling girls everywhere to “Get Dibs” on their special event dresses by uploading
photos to their personal closet and special event page. The site is the cyber generation version of the
manual dress purchase record dress shops used to keep for their patrons and alleviates the hassle of
girls creating individual special event social media site pages in the attempt to prevent dress
Camp Hill, PA, May 19, 2010 --(PR.com)-- Alexandra Wenger, PA High School senior, has launched
DressDibs.™com , a free, fun, teen-focused, dress registry website designed to provide a “go-to” tool for
girls everywhere to eliminate their fear of the “Oh No... She's Wearing My Dress” Moment that could
happen at prom, homecoming or formals of any kind.
The universal, heart-stopping vision of “dress duplicity” occurring at an upcoming social function,
annually contemplated by the site's founder and myriads of her peers across the country, fueled the
brainstorm and mission to create DressDibs™.com as her senior year project.
The site tagline explains it all: “Got the Dress. Get the Dibs.”
The simple, social, fashion website enables girls to post photos and a description of the dress they have
purchased or borrowed to wear to a special event to alleviate often felt dressing room anxiety. The need
for the site exists because the quaint ritual of dress shops recording each dress purchased by school or
event no longer covers the bases in today's world of department stores, traveled teens and turbo
e-shopping. The fact that it is available for use by all girls everywhere eliminates the need for girls to try
to create social site pages on their own for every event they encounter and provides a 'go-to” tool for their
use time and time again.
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