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Teen Makes Her Own Stunning Prom Dress The Night Before The Dance

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Teen Makes Her Own Stunning Prom Dress The Night Before The Dance

And she only spent $15.

Isn’t she pretty in … purple?

Shami Oshun, a 17-year-old from California, wasn’t going to go to prom. But she ended up buying a ticket right before the big night for one very sweet reason.

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Shami (right) with her bestie, Diamond Tang.

“My best friend really wanted to go and I didn’t want her to go alone,” Shami told HuffPost.

The teen has been sewing since she was 8 years old and owns her own online store, shamioshun.com, where she sells her handmade creations. So she also had a…

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