Here’s a prom riddle for you. What’s elegant, gorgeous, and blushing all over? A stunning blush colored dream gown from Unique Vintage, of course! And whats better is that we’ve rounded up a few of our favorite pale pink gowns just in time for the most fab fete of the year.
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It’s almost Fall and that means back to school, and of course homecoming! Shot homecoming dresses are always hot, hot, hot with a sizzling side of sassy! This year, take a cue from the red carpet with some celeb-inspired short dress trends.
What’s the “it” color for prom dresses this year? Here’s a hint: The Wizard of Oz’s jealousy turned his entire city this vibrant hue.
Yup, Emerald green is cropping up in all of this season’s prom gown collections. The rich, lively shade straight from nature beat out the rest of the rainbow as Pantone’s topcolor of 2013 (Pantone, also known as The Color Institute, is the company that defines and influences color trends worldwide). According to Leatrice Eiseman, the executive director of Pantone’s research department, emerald is a balanced color, and something to pick up and listen to: ”It’s a color of growth, renewal, healing, unity and regeneration…words we’re all so in need of at this point in history.”
Whether you feel like dazzling your prom date in this rich jewel tone from head-to toe-or prefer adding a pop of green in the form of asassy shoe or clutch, check out these ideas from Unique Vintage…they’re sure to make you totally green with envy…until you send them through checkout, that is!
Like em short? Long? Ruffled or sequined? There are an infinite amount of green gowns to choose from. Here is a handful of favorites:
(top row from left to right)
- Nina Canacci Emerald Green Sequin & Tulle Strapless Empire Waist Short Prom Dress
- Nina Canacci Green & Black Sequins & Tulle Short Party Prom Dress
- Mac Duggal Teal Ruched Strapless Ruffled Short Homecoming Dress
- Green & Yellow Strapless Sequin Tulle Tutu Cocktail Dress
(bottom row from left to right)
Prom can of course be defined by a lot of options: hair up or down? How dramatic of a cat-eye is too much? Is it ever too early for “Spanx?” Before you start your coin-flipping, perhaps we should start with the dress. A Short Prom Dress not only lets the party know you have arrived, but so have your fabulous legs. With the right accessories, a touch of makeup and a curling iron, you’ll soon be ready to stun in a short prom dress this season.