Oct 11, 2016
In 2017 the dance floors of proms everywhere will be covered in these dazzling styles. Breaking down all of the hottest trends for evening wear and prom dresses in 2017 is this #prom2k17 quick guide:
Rhinestones Are a Girl’s Best Friend
Rhinestones and beading are reaching a whole new level with intricate designs featuring geometric patterns. Clear and colored gem stones off all sizes will come into play creating colorful beaded gowns with a fresh new take on bejeweling.
Highs and Lows
The high low skirt is making its mark on gowns too. This unique dress style has been seen all over the red carpet worn by Hollywood’s elite. Now it is your turn to slip into a high low cut-out dress with an ombre tone that gives you a chance to proudly strut those legs!
Crop Tops and Floor Length Skirts
This is hands down the “it” style of prom season. There are an endless array of styles to choose from so every girl can have her own unique take on the crop top gown. The little bit of midriff that peaks out hits right at the most flattering part of the natural waist creating that beautiful hourglass effect.
The shorter the hem, the easier it is to dance the night. At least, that seems to be the idea behind wearing an ultra-glam cocktail dress to prom. Lace, rhinestones, A-line skirts, tulle—you name it, any style can be cocktail-ified.
With a sheer mesh panel that covers up a plunging neckline you have the illusion of baring it all with a more modest approach. Whether it is complemented by intricately placed beading or strategically cut jersey fabric in a floor length cut, the illusion dress is sexy and sleek.
Sleek and Simple
Keep things simple and elegant with fitted styles that have minimal beadwork or gemstones, if any. These gowns bring focus to the body’s shape and curves.
Prom 2017 Color Trends
When you have settled on a style, it’s time to choose the perfect color. This season the hottest colors are Red Emerald, Black, Royal Blue and Silver or Platinum.
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