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Making a fashion statement
WCHS students rock the stage in Prom Fashion Show
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Campbell Kell posed for the crowd at the end of the Prom Fashion Show on Thursday. - photo by Bethany Porter

Warren County High School seniors showed off multiple different prom dress options at this year’s Prom Fashion Show. 

Thursday morning, 15 seniors took the stage and modeled 30 Upton‘s Bridal and Formal Boutique dresses in front of their fellow students and family members who attended. The girls modeled a variety of gowns giving prom goers plenty of inspiration for the upcoming prom. 

Show organizer Linda Taylor said this year’s show went great.

“I think they did a great job,” said Taylor. “I think it went really well. It makes me really happy to see their own personalities come out. One thing I try to make sure that they know is there is no prize, so just be yourself and have fun.”

Selected as models for this year’s show were Cadi Todd, Gracelen Marten, Caroline Stewart, Eternity Kilburn, Chalee Womack, Maddie Christian, Dallis Melton, Lauren Mansfield, Jaycie Hodge, Caitlyn Hutton, Ashley Fernandez, Brooklyn Vinson, Mia Hobbs, Ella Colvard and Allison Perry.

The 15 ladies were escorted by Timothy Pease, Mitchel Caten and Campbell Kell. During the outfit change, Halle Drue Smith performed the songs “Payphone” and “Tennessee Whiskey.”