Types and Styles of Prom Dresses

    You might feel overwhelmed when speaking with a sales clerk at a formal wear shop or even while shopping online for prom dresses. Below we've put together some helpful terms and definitions to help you be an informed shopper for prom dresses and other prom-related items of women's interests.

    Prom Dress Styles

    Some of the prom dress styles you might see include the ball gown, A-line (princess), sheath, lace-covered, high-low, baby doll, chiffon, one-shoulder, empire, golden glamour, modest, and halter.

    Ballroom Gowns and A-Line Prom Dresses

    A ballroom gown has a very large skirt that billows out from the waist to the mid-calf or ankles.

    High-Low, Lace-Covered, and Chiffon Prom Dresses

    The high-low dress zigzags vertically at the hemline so it is short in some spots and long in others. The sheath prom dress is one that clings to the body and hides nothing concerning your figure. The lace-covered dress can be a satin or satin-like material underneath with lace as a top layer. Chiffon dresses look similar to a fancy night robe worn by the women of Rome or Greece. With a high empire waist, the dress is long and flows from the hips down to the ankles. It is great for almost any figure.Source URL: http://weddingdressez.blogspot.com/2009/08/types-and-styles-of-prom-dresses.html
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