This is a most exciting time as we are bringing fresh new styles to prom dresses 2013 online. Whether you desire a classic princess look or a more contemporary flair, designers always have the evening gown that is uniquely you! For example, the classic ball gown: a full length fanciful dress reminiscent of times gone by.
It can be worn with a hoop skirt to create a formed fullness or left flowing freely around you. Regardless, you’ll float with the grace and charm of a southern belle. The necklines are versatile depending on your taste. For a sweet yet sultry look, a strapless or sweetheart neckline on a ball gown is stunning.
This feature showcases the feminine lines of your shoulders and back while accentuating the bust line. All the way at the other end of the spectrum is the mermaid evening gown. True to it’s name, it is tailored like a fish tail; completely fitted to the knees then softly flaring out. Fashion icons seen on the red carpet adore this figure flattering style! Don’t fret if your personal taste doesn’t lie in one of the two extremes. Explore the idea of a corseted bodice with a free flowing a-line skirt and spaghetti straps!
How enchantingly medieval and marvelous! Those of you who don’t like to stray too far from traditional but desire something a little different will appreciate a tea length cocktail dress. For a more contemporary prom-goer, a fun and flirty knee length gown with layers of playful ruffles may suit you. Adventurous divas may choose to rock a bubble skirt! ! In light of many wonderful styles, designers have worked with a palette of delicious colors and fabrics to choose from.
Rich, savory shades such as coffee, olive, wine red, sapphire blue, and eggplant purple. Strong colors need not intimidate you! The romantic ambiance created by the low lights at the prom will not diminish the hue of your dress! Take a chance-stand out and don’t fade away! Vibrant hot pink, lavender, sea green, orange, violet-imagine how electric you will look and feel in any of these colors crafted in a luminous satin! The classic neutrals have not been forgotten: black, ivory, champagne, white and brown.