Jennie Garth Shares Pleasure After Making Her Daughter’s Promenade Gown: ‘I Pulled It Off!’

Jennie Garth’s daughter Lola just lately celebrated her highschool promenade sporting a customized Jennie Garth gown.

The “Beverly Hills, 90210” actor revealed in an Instagram publish early Thursday morning that she had sewn her daughter’s promenade gown after Lola requested a “home made” robe. Garth joked that when her daughter advised that she needed to make her personal gown, she actually meant: “Mother I need you to make my promenade gown.”

“Guys, stitching isn’t my factor!!” Garth captioned the publish. “However someway I pulled it off!”

Garth shared pictures displaying her daughter donning the black strapless robe with a slit. She accessorized the look with a pendant necklace, strappy heels and, in fact, a quintessential corsage for the “particular evening,” which Garth mentioned she helped host for Lola and her pals.

Garth was touched that her daughter opted for a home made robe slightly than “some fancy gown.”

“She needed that. I dunno, it simply makes me proud,” she wrote. “And it made her so proud to have the ability to say ‘my Mother made my gown.’” 

Garth, who’s married to fellow actor Dave Abrams, shares Lola and two different daughters, Luca and Fiona, together with her ex-husband, actor Peter Facinelli.

In February, Garth posted on Instagram a candy throwback image of her embracing her three daughters once they have been youthful.

“Me & my ladies,” she captioned the publish.

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