An integral part of the Prom experience, you are presented with a plethora of options when it comes to dress length. With short, hi-lo and long- where to start? As fan’s of good ‘ol Hollywood Glamour, a long Prom dress is always a fantastic option. With a little bit of fine tuning and the help of your favorite fashion fairy godmothers, you’ll know exactly what kind of statement to make on your big night! Let’s get started, shall we?
A long Prom gown reminiscent of 1930’s Hollywood is a prime choice for any diva trapped within. A stunning bias cut gown is complete with a tank style bodice and a fitted body throughout. A fully ruched gown gives shape to the wearer in all the right places, and manages to show off all of your fabulous curves. A flared, lowered skirt portion gives drama to an already stunning long gown. As an added bonus, a floral detail in self fabric tops off the delicate look- giving even Jean Harlow a run for her money.
A sweeping long Prom dress is a more traditional choice, but no less fabulous. Reminiscent of 1940’s Hollywood, a sleek bias cut Chiffon gown is made modern by a slit up the front. Prom should be about you at your best- and if you’ve got a killer set of stems then by God, you should flaunt it! Plus, it’s just another opportunity to show off your amazing shoes! The silver beaded contrast on this stunning royal blue gown cuts into a one- shoulder look and opens the idea to fabulous earrings. A matching set of silver chandelier style earrings would top off this effortless look.
For a Marilyn Monroe moment of your own, consider a long Prom gown with Mermaid hemline. Reminiscent of 1950’s Hollywood, this all black, all sequin, stunner is a regal option for any Prom queen. A va-va-voom strapless neckline is complimented by a nipped waist and a wiggle-style fit across the hips. The dress then flares into a fish-tail hem, with a chic layer of tulle on top for a level of true vintage authenticity. The dress asks for a bombshell to fill it, and we have complete faith in you, darling.