Tuesday, November 22, 2011

Proper Fitting Prom Dresses

By Jone King

Prom Dresses look fabulous whenever they fit properly. The prom outfits that actually work for girls with apple-formed physiques are empire and A-line dresses. The high waist of the empire dress makes the body look longer. Focus is removed from the mid-section. An A-line gown with boning furthermore works well for apple shapes by making the particular waistline look smaller.

The cut-out trend has been prominent in cocktail dresses, cropped tees, denim, and other garments this year. Now, this major fashion trend is reaching evening gown couture houses around the globe. Sexy cut-out Long Evening Dressesprom gowns usually bare a bit of skin on the sides of the torso or on the back of the dress. The key to this trend, like many others, is not to overdo it. Look for a gown that has a 'cut-out focal point' that exposes either the back or midriff areas.

You can add a little color to the dress by taking some material and making a sash that will tie around the waste or just above if there is an empire waist. Use silver or gold to stay in the neutral range but give yourself a little glitter.

This year, the vintage theme has been one of the most prominent in high fashion showrooms and designer runway shows across the globe. From lace to antiqued gold to vintage fabrics, designers have been bringing back trends of the past and updating them with a modern, artistic touch. Some of the most talked about outfits on the red carpet this year have been vintage-inspired designer looks. For Prom 2011, the vintage theme will be one of the most exclusive and jaw dropping trends of the season.

Prom Dresses can draw out the best in you. Now that you understand what could work for your body, you can shop for prom dresses. It's enjoyable. Remember that the fun does not stop with the dress.

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