The Different Types (Shapes And Styles) Of Prom Dressesby SOUTHEASTERN TECHNICAL INSTITUTE Dental Assisting School Easton
A long, beautiful prom dresses is an essential part of any formal-wear wardrobe. Check out the new selection of formal evening dresses for your next prom, military ball, homecoming, black-tie wedding, or another special event. The dress code and event requirements will determine what type of formal dress you should wear. Dresses for formals are typically long and have elegant detailing such as beading, embroidery, or flowing material. Clearance Prom Dresses has put together a large assortment of formal gowns that are fit for every formal event. For a sophisticated look, try a simple prom dress adorned with a classic sweetheart bodice and flowing chiffon skirt.Try an A-line long party dress featuring an open back, mermaid skirt, or a deep plunging v-neckline. Whatever your personal style, you can confidently shop this collection of formal dance dresses for your next special occasion.
The right silhouette will accentuate your body type comfortably and leave you feeling confident throughout the entire prom. These are some of the most popular prom dress silhouettes and styles:
Silhouette & Shape Guide for Prom Dresses
• Ball Gowns – This magical silhouette is perfect for anyone who has ever wanted to feel like a fairytale princess. These dresses feature a fitted bodice and full, dramatically flared skirt.
• Fit & Flare -- Fit and flare dresses feature a fitted bodice and a flared skirt that starts just below the hip.
• Mermaid Prom Dresses -- Mermaid gowns create an ethereally enchanting shape with an extremely fitted, hugging the length of the body from the bust to the knee, where the fabric then starts to flare out into a romantic skirt. Unlike Fit and Flare or Trumpet dresses, Mermaid gowns flare immediately at or below the knee.
• Trumpet Skirt -- The Trumpet silhouette is a hybrid of the Fit and Flare and the Mermaid styles. This look features a fitted bodice that gradually starts to flare out, beginning at the hips. As the name suggests, the skirt resembles the shape of a trumpet’s bell.
• Sheath -- This style follows the natural flow and shape of the body, creating a narrow form from the neckline down to the hem for an effortlessly stunning look. Sheath dresses are typically lighter than dresses that feature fuller skirts, like A-lines and ball gowns.
• A-Line Prom Dresses -- A slimmer looking ball gown, A-line dresses feature a fitted bodice throughout the waist and hips with a skirt that gradually widens to create a beautiful A-shaped silhouette.
These dresses feature a captivating see-through neckline or bodice made of a sheer mesh material and are usually adorned with dazzling embellishments and bold cut-outs to create a stunning look.
These prom dresses have an exceptional neckline that helps show off a modest amount of skin. This style features a bit of classic flair with their delicate tiny sleeves and unique silhouette.
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