Prom time is right around the corner and you want to look your best and have as much fun as you can. Well, I have I have created 4 looks that will inspire you to create a look that will allow you to be yourself and stand out from the crowd!
When dressing up for formal events, make sure that you wear the appropriate undergarments. Also, get a bra fitting, if you have not had one recently. A good bra fitting goes a long way. Take the undergarments with you when trying on items in the store. Invest in body tape. You do not want anything popping out when you are on the dance floor. Following these tips will eliminate possible wardrobe malfunctions.
The first look is a gorgeous one-shoulder purple gown with a bit of embellishment. I added simple, yet elegant accessories. I love to see people wear color with color, which is why I opted for a bright pink clutch and cocktail ring, instead of silver.
I am loving Seafoam green, this year. It has also been a popular color on the Red Carpet. I picked this sweetheart neckline gown because the silhouette is flattering to most sizes. Because of the embellishment in the upper bodice, I opted for very few accessories: earrings and clutch. I wanted the dress to be the focal point, which is why I selected a gold peep-toe pumps and seafoam clutch.
Look 3 is for the young lady who has a more edgy style. You want to look good, but you don’t want the formality of a long down. I, instantly, fell in love with gold and black brocade dress. I repeated the black and gold in all the accessories. This dress is definitely a STAND OUT!
In the last prom look, I selected an emerald pleated gown. I paired with rose-colored pumps, glitter clutch (with flecks of gold, pink, and green glitter), tennis bracelet and honey-colored crystal earrings.
Remember that green is a neutral, it works with every color. So think about pairing it with coral, royal blue, chartreuse.
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I love all the prom outfits. Great job.