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How To Style The Prom Dress Of Your Dreams?

In case you hadn't noticed, I'm having a moment with prom and formal dresses here at the blog and I don't plan on stopping anytime soon.


If you are on this side of the world (I'm here at Thailand, btw) where summer is celebrated all year round, It's easy to just load up your wardrobe with stylish shorty party pieces to have a fresh feel for the weather. And though maxis and jumpsuits are my things I love good summer dresses that are comfortable and easy to wear. We all have that go-to dress that's easy to throw on or goes with every piece on our wardrobe. I'm talking about off-the-shoulder, strapless, mini dresses, two-piece short dresses, night gown inspired, or chic and modern mini tulle dresses - that when the temp gets too hot and sweaty, there's a good chance you'll reach one of them.

But I'd be lying if I said I didn't have a sweet spot for sequined prom dresses that might be hard to pull off but is definitely eye candy and fashionable to look at. I don't know about you but I can't even look at sequined prom dress or fashion without thinking of vintage fashion - Jackie O or Marilyn  Monroe anyone? Their styles are subtly refined and have maintained timeless quality as they work outside of the trend cycle. And if that's the case I can't find any reason to incorporate them into our party wear.

But the journey of chic and modern looking sequined prom dress shopping can be a daunting thing to embark on as you scuffle through racks of musty old clothes and attic smells of textures, colors and iconic pieces. Luckily shopping these timeless design has become more exciting and convenient. From cool retro neckline to gorgeous puff sleeve - you can purchase everything from yesbabyonline website.

This is the best website for classic items - a glamorous sexy design that will remain in your wardrobe no matter the season, trend or year. So if you're in search of elegant clothing and accessories that will simply never go out of style, scroll down below for my favorites and discover chic ways to style your vintage find. 

STYLE TIP No. 1 - Think about a Charming Halter Front Slipt dress  you can reach to when it's too hot for long sleeves or too inappropriate for short dresses. The dark or red color may be groundbreaking but the easiest way to take this outfit a 24-hour love affair is to pair this with tiny strap stilettos and an elegant pair of diamond.

STYLE TIP No. 2 - Nothing looks prettier than a Sparkle Sequins Long Sleeves Prom Dress. The sexy sparkle material is eye-catching from the distance but up close it is even cuter with adorable V-Neck floral lining. And while you are at it, why not add a flower head crown for the sweetest most feminine trends out there.

STYLE TIP No. 3 - If you are not a fan of floral or bold hues, opt for that classic Black Spaghetti Strap Sheath prom dress with a little to high slit and V-neck touch. It is called timeless for a reason and it will surely carry you on from season to season. And while oversized sunnies are equally chic and forever stylish (thanks to Jackie O) a cat-eye glasses (and an equally black clutch) are having their moment and its perfect pair with this outfit for that elegant vibe.

So sit back, relax and scroll through their wide selection of modern sequined-inspired fashion at their website. Plus you can get up to 60% off their entire collection So hurry go to checkout and add your favorites to cart asap.

Enjoy and thanks a lot for dropping by,


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