Prom Dresses 2013 Trends, Should you Follow Them?
It’s the day you’ve been waiting for since the start of senior high, and the prom of 2013 is finally here, just a few weeks away and it’s getting nearer every passing day. Prom night is the night of every girl’s dream and the most important aspect of it is choosing and wearing the perfect dress. The search for the perfect dress is a hunt taken up by many girls long before prom but what actually makes a perfect prom dress?
The number one thing and probably the most important thing is to ensure that you are comfortable in your prom dress. Make sure nothing is loose, too tight, too short or too long because all these would affect your confidence while wearing the dress. And since prom is about dancing, you don’t want your dress to come in the way or make you feel conscious.
Secondly, never wear a dress that has too much going on. Don’t try crazy prints or overflowing ruffles. Remember its prom, not a red carpet event or a couture fashion show. Don’t stand out for the wrong reasons.
Main Trends of Prom Dresses 2013
Lace Prom Dresses – Wear a dress with lace details for your prom of 2013. Lace gives you a feminine and subtle look. Wear a high neck dress for a more mysterious look.
Peplum Prom Dresses – Peplum dresses not only flatter your figure, but they also make you look like you’ve got an hourglass shape. Plus they are flirty and fun.
Cutout Prom Dresses – 2013 was the year for cutout dresses and we saw many celebrities walk the red carpet wearing this style. Cutouts add a new and unexpected twist to your dress and make you look more interesting.
Vintage Flapper Prom Dresses – Add glamor and a little bling to your prom dress for the prom of 2013 by wearing a vintage flapper dress. You can be sure to attract a lot of attention with a vintage dress.
Ombre Prom Dresses – Don’t just go ombre with your hair, but also with your dress for the Prom of 2013. For a subtler and more feminine look, go for similar colors and for a more edgy and daring look go for contrasting colors. Whatever you choose you will be the center of attention.
Thirdly, try to keep the makeup minimal or highlight only one feature of your face. If you are going with a dark, smoky eye shadow, opt for a more neutral lip color or if you are going with a bright red or pink lipstick, keep your eye calm.
Moreover, as prom is a dance, pick shoes that you would be comfortable dancing in. Don’t pick 5-6 inch high stilettos because your feet would start hurting soon. Choose modest size pumps or heels that you are comfortable in. And if your feet start to hurt, don’t hesitate to take off your shoes and dance, after all prom night is supposed to be fun.
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