The Prom Queen

prom queen

Have you ever wandered what’s like to be the queen of the prom?

Well…the outfit it’s at least half of  it…. the rest it’s up to you and it’s all about the attitude. So be daring, be sassy, be yourself, wear a special dress to emphasize your natural beauty and you will definitely become the queen of the prom.

Let’s try the 60’s style

60's style

And this means frilly knee-long dresses in light colours (like: pale pink, soft yellow, baby blue, peach, cream) with thin or wide straps and different coloured shoes (white, black, dark viloet, navy-blue, crimson, gold or silver if the colour of the dress allowes it).

Tinkerbell (the fairy) style

tinkerbell style

A very light, airy one-shouldered dress in a peachy white colour with a beautiful baby blue ribbon.

tinkerbell white

Or the strapless version, with a cleaner cut and more waist definition.

Classy in white 

classy white

wide shoulders

modern white

Short, with lace or with big Cinderella-like shoulders, a white  simple dress can be all you need if you are going for the classy modern look.

The black dress 

black dress

The upper part of the dress is a heart shaped corset and the bottom a longer tutu skirt, the waist being defined with a peach ribbon (you can use whatever colour you like for the ribbon as long as you match it with the colour of the shoes or with the colour of the purse).

black and gold

Black and gold always suggest luxury and opulence to the watcher, so you can try spicing up your little black dress with some gold (oh, and don’t forget the golden shoes).

black laced dress

Black goes well with lace, it makes the garment look more sophisticated and somehow classier. So if you like lace, go for it, cause it’s the right choice.

black dress2

retro steampunk

A little bit disco, a little bit steampunk…the output is not bad at all. Try a pair of shoes like the ones below for a bolder outfit.

steampunk

steampunk3

lolita style

A goth Lolita-style dress with lace and a pretty voluminous lower part, with a black sash around the waist. Although it’s very beautiful, such a dress may be difficult to wear (while trying to have a good time and maybe dance) or it may not look good on everybody, so be careful when buying a dress like that.

 

Pink dresses for princesses

train dress

Do you feel like you really wanna stand out? Then go for a princess look: a dress in a pink shade, with a corset, a few details (roses or flowers) and a train.

long vintage dress

Or how about a peach mermaid dress and a beautiful hair accessory?

pink flamingo

Or a pink frilly dress with a heart-shaped corset and a vintage necklace?

black and pink

Or perhaps a ballerina style dress with a little bit of black ?

Romantic dresses

black and white

black and white2

bow pattern

Black and white can seem boring but if you know how to mix them, you could end up with something tasteful and elegant.

pink sash

white and blue

How about white and colours? Well…why not? Match the colour you choose (pink, navy-blue, purple, turquoise, crimson) with the purse’s colour or the shoes’.

white and flowers

white and pearls

White and cream look good together, especially when lace and pearls are also involved.

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