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PROM DRESS STYLES

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 are 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.



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