One day the their was an official ball at the school where the teacher worked. Yes they even called it a ball. All the other princesses (teacher) of all the other kingdoms (subjects) were to attend.
Unfortunately the teacher had nothing to wear. Fearing she would be left behind and forced to stay home with her husband watching the NBA, the teacher ran to the cemetery and cried at at a grave site. The birds in the tree by the grave answered her cry and swarmed upon her blocking out the sun as they picked all the lint off her tattered dress. Nearby in a house her step sisters were having thier feet mudilated and blood was filling the slipper.....oh wait....this story isn't that dramatic!
Back to the modern version: One day the girl was teaching choir. Her students commented on her cloths and that she always wore the same thing. She explained her low tolerance for shopping and her lack of skill. The students took pity on her and decided what she needed was a fairy god mother. Luckily one of their mothers moonlighted as a fairy god mother on the weekends and was eager to help. The fairy god mother also owned a great little boutique in the River woods Mall in Provo/Orem or Utah area called Kaleidoscope. Over the next few months The Fairy God Mother provided all kinds of wonderful dresses and shoes for the poor teacher.
You can see a few of them here like the ribbon lady 100% silk dress.
or the blue polka dot one that is so flattering on! Not only did this Fairy God Mother provide dresses but she had adorable to die for shoes fit for a princess! (or a choir teacher)
One day the the teacher had to chaperon the prom (feast and ball). She thought she might have to actually go out and buy a dress but then she remembered the generosity of the fairy god mother and her kind gift of a long black Katherine Hepburn style dress that would work perfectly for the event. The poor teacher wore it to the prom and felt like a million dollars. Her handsome agreed to come and be prince charming for the night.
And they both lived happily ever after. The princess/teacher never gained an ounce of fat so that her dresses would fit her the rest of her life. And the groom bought a new suit that actually matched her black party dress.