Tuesday, May 3, 2011

Style Guide For Prom Dresses 2011

The Victorian Bustle Prom Dresses – These ‘sort after’ prom dresses are not so fairytale in appearance as the Cinderella prom dresses but they are as large. They give more of a grown up look to the wearer and can be very suitable because of their dropped waist and full shirt which starts from the hips rather than the waist. 
2. Cinderella prom dresses – Everyone’s favorite. These dazzling ball gowns with their full tulle skirts make the wearer feel and look like a Princess. These prom dresses are mostly strapless but there are a few designers this season that have introduced halter style designs. Each dress should come with removable straps.
3. Sexy Prom Dresses – These dresses are generally made from jersey which will emphasize every curve. Jersey is very clingy and heavy, which makes it hang completely but it will show certain undergarment lines. If you select this style of prom dress think carefully about buying some seam free underwear it will be worth it. As far as embellishments are concerned, these dresses can be covered in sequins and the strap details can be a lot gemmed.
4. Hi-low Prom Dresses – Celebrity’s are loving these dresses because the hemline is short at the front and the back finishes in a long exciting train combining trendy and Hollywood glamour at the same time. If you select this style, splash out on a pair of metallic stylish heeled sandals. These sandals will be on display and will entire your whole look.

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