This Is the Most Pinned Wedding Dress

Every bride wants to feel special on her wedding day — that’s a given. Finding a wedding dress that feels unique and special can be a bit of a challenge, but we’re willing to try on hundreds of dresses and get custom alterations so that our dress feels like the most personalized gown ever. But sometimes, you want to know what kind of wedding dress everyone else is dreaming about, too. And here it is: The most pinned cheap wedding dress on Pinterest.

This wedding gown by Australian label Grace Loves Lace (we’re big fans of the designer here at BRIDES) is not only the most popular wedding dress on Pinterest, but the most popular DRESS on the social media platform, garnering more than 2.5 million posts, according to Harper’s Bazaar Australia.

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This specific dress, designed by the label’s founder Megan Ziems, is called The Hollie, and it features spaghetti straps and a longer, translucent skirt with a side slot over a shorter lace dress. The ethereal, bohemian look, complete with draping layers of fabric and a delicate train, is totally on trend with millennial brides.

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Unfortunately, this super popular design sold out several years ago — after 2000 gowns were sold! But don’t freak out just yet, brides-to-be. You can still get a version of this gorgeous gown. Grace Loves Lace created Hollie 2.0, an updated take on the classic design featuring free-flowing silk chiffon sheaths attached at the shoulders and a graduated centre-front split in the lace layer of the skirt, according to the label’s website. The dress is available in white or ivory and is handmade in their Australian studio (but ships worldwide).

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But if you’re interested in the boho-chic style, you better make your move: The Hollie 2.0 is selling out just as quickly as the original — it’s already on back-order for over 700 brides, Harper’s Bazaar Australia reports.

Days Before Prom in Shelton, Conn., a Dress Code Adds to the Stress

SHELTON, Conn. — As surely as flowers bloom, springtime brings prom drama around the country. The dates, the dancing, the photos, the cost — it is all fraught. And the dresses. Oh, the prom dresses.

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Considering the current state of undress in pop culture and the fashion world, you might think that in 2015, when it comes to styles for the prom, anything goes.

Instead, just about anything can be deemed going too far.

Girls have been told to cover up shoulders, knees and backs. They have been reprimanded for partially exposed stomachs and thighs and excessive cleavage. They have been ordered to wear jackets, ordered to go home and suspended.

Some schools have even required that students submit photos of their Evening dresses before they are allowed to buy a ticket to the dance.

Officials at Shelton High School in Connecticut may have been trying to head off any prom-night dress-code drama, but those efforts appear to have backfired.

On Friday, Beth A. Smith, the headmaster, made an announcement that was intended to remind students of the dress code for prom. Backless dresses, side cutouts and bared midriffs were among the styles that would not be permitted. Ms. Smith urged students to ask a faculty member whether their dress was acceptable.

Reaction was swift. Students were aghast. Parents who had spent hundreds of dollars on dresses, alterations and coordinating shoes and jewelry cried foul.

Students said Ms. Smith’s announcement, and the specific prohibitions, came as a surprise, and at a late date. The prom is on Saturday. More than 500 students had bought their $90 tickets as of Monday. Students and parents signed permission slips that outlined rules and regulations for the prom. Students say the rules were vague, calling for “appropriate formal dress” and warning that students dressed “inappropriately” would be sent home without a refund.

Freeman Burr, the schools superintendent, issued a news release over the weekend hoping to calm the storm, saying the public school was just restating existing policy. But the policy may not have been as clear as administrators believed.

Alexis Gerics, a junior, bought her long, black backless dress in early March. Alexis said that after Ms. Smith’s announcement last week she took her cellphone to the headmaster’s office, showed a photo of her dress and asked if it was acceptable.

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Alexis Gerics, a junior, bought her long, backless dress in early March. She was told she would have to wear a camisole underneath it if she wanted to attend the prom. Credit Christopher Capozziello for The New York Times
Ms. Smith told her the dress was not appropriate, Alexis said. She would have to wear a camisole underneath the dress if she wanted to attend the prom.

Alexis’s mother, Tonny Montalvo, said she did not think the prom dress code unreasonable. What exasperated her, she said, was that the guidelines were not explained clearly — and early.

“They say it’s in the student handbook,” Ms. Montalvo said. “There’s no specifics anywhere.” She said she emailed Ms. Smith on Friday to ask how her daughter’s dress could be altered to make it acceptable. She has not yet received a response.

Speaking outside the school at a hastily arranged news conference on Monday, Superintendent Burr said: “Sometimes what we’re talking about here is good judgment. Honestly, I believe this incident has been blown out of proportion.”

About six or seven prom girl dresses have been vetoed by administrators so far, he noted.

“We want our young ladies to be dressed beautifully; we want them to be dressed with class and dignity,” Mr. Burr said. “But we are going to draw the line relative to attire that would be deemed overexposing oneself.”

Danielle Rieder, a junior, said her white strapless dress also got the thumbs-down from the headmaster on Friday. “I have cutouts in the back of my dress so parts of my back are visible, and she said that was inappropriate,” Danielle said.

Danielle’s mother, Fran Rieder, said the prom was already a financial strain to the family. She and her husband are divorcing, and Ms. Rieder is living with Danielle’s grandmother. The dress and alterations cost $400 on top of the $90 prom ticket, Ms. Rieder said.

The headmaster’s announcement, eight days before the prom, left Ms. Rieder and other parents without many options.

“I scrimped and saved to give my daughter this,” she said. “It’s beautiful on her. So I’m hoping they change their minds.”

Ms. Smith did not appear or speak at the news conference, and neither she nor any of the district’s school board members responded to emailed requests for comment.

The incident is not the first prom-related drama for Shelton High School. In 2011, school officials were criticized when they told a student, James Tate, that he was banned from the prom after his “promposal,” in which he hung a banner on the school inviting his date to the event.

He was suspended for trespassing after school hours. But after the story gained attention and brought a wave of sympathy for Mr. Tate, officials reversed the decision and allowed him to attend the prom after all.

 

9 steps to teach you how to choose the prom dress

Don’t let the wrong dress cramp your style. With these pro tips, you’ll feel your best on prom night.

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1. Wear a dress with thicker straps so you can wear your regular bra underneath for extra support. Who wants to deal with a strapless bra if you don’t have to? Dresses with thick straps are super-chic and comfortable at the same time.

2. If you’re wearing a strapless dress, choose a full-coverage strapless bra with molded cups. Plus, look for plastic “gripper” strips on the inside sides of the bra band to help keep the bra up. The Wacoal Red Carpet Convertible Strapless Bra is pricey, but it won’t fall down even while you’re dancing. Plus, it’s convertible, so it’s like having a bunch of different bra styles in one.

3. Shop for a fitted Prom dress that nips in at your waist and shows off your gorge figure. Don’t drown in yards of fabric! Choose a gown that skims your curves instead of a voluminous dress that hides them.

4. Choose a dress in a heavy natural fabric, when possible. Jersey, silk, and cotton blends will hug your curves — not stick to them when you’re dancing.

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5. Wear lightweight boy shorts under your gown to minimize chaffing. Nothing ruins your night more than your thighs rubbing together while you’re dancing, causing painful chafing. Wearing shorts under your Cheap Prom dress will totally save your thighs. Find a seamless version that won’t show through if you’re wearing a fitted gown. Knixwear’s Seamless Long Leg Invisible Shorty won’t give you any VPL, and they’re moisture-wicking so they won’t make you sweat while you’re getting ~close~ to your date.

6. Embrace the short-dress trend.  If you’re going for a little more full-coverage on the top to support your chest, it’s fun to get more flirty on the bottom. Show off your legs in a short dress that’s just as formal as maxi-length styles.

7. Make double-sided tape your BFF. Curvy girls live for Hollywood Fashion Tape, and for good reason. You can use the double-sided tape to close any gaps in your dress, like in between buttons. You can even make your hem shorter and also keep a strapless bra from falling down.

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8. Get your dress tailored. You’ll feel 100x more confident in your gown if it fits like a glove. And you shouldn’t expect that to happen right off the rack. Bring it to a tailor and have them take it in where you want it to feel closer to your body, and have them let it out where you want a little wiggle/dancing room.

9. Choose shoes with an ankle strap that falls lower than your actual ankle. If you have curvier ankles, straps can be super uncomfortable — especially while dancing. Look for styles that have a lower strap (below the ankle bone that sticks out), which is comfortable and super flattering on your legs.

Designer Evening Dress Patterns

It’s a new era in fashion – there are no rules. It’s all about the individual and personal style, wearing high-end, low-end, classic labels, and up-and-coming designers all together.—- Alexander McQueen
Finding the perfect evening gown is like holding kryptonite in your hands – the world stops and time seems to freeze as you run your hands over that much coveted object, feeling the material with every fiber of your being. In that one moment, you feel stirred and soothed, strong and weak at the same time – it’s as if all your life had been leading up to this moment when you come face to face with your raison … Sometimes, even exaggerations seem justified. Anyway, coming back to evening gowns, it is not always that fate smiles upon you thus, and, most of the time, you are left with no option but to put together available resources to get something close to the original temptation.

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Pattern Styles and Ideas

Take the top half of a heart at the bustline and you have the sexy and cute sweetheart neckline. Apple-shaped women can opt for a gown where the skirt draws attention. A billowing, flowy skirt is the perfect option to add fullness to the lower half of the body. A coverup like a pashmina or silk wrap can be used if you are conscious of your upper body.

A gown with a sweetheart neckline works well for pear-shaped women with a small bosom.
Opt for a fitted bodice on top to flaunt your best features.
For the lower half of your body, go in for a dress that has an A-line skirt or one with straight cuts.

A body-hugging dress is an ideal choice for women with an hourglass figure.
A fitted dress will accentuate you curves and highlight your best features.
Wear a pretty belt over the dress, to further define your waist.

At a formal, social event, everyone would want to dress to kill. How about you dress to mes-MER-ize? Enter the mermaid gown. It is a great option for apple-shaped women as the lower half of the dress is the main focus. You can pick a gown with thick shoulder straps or even sleeves if you are not comfortable with the strapless style.

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Move over plunging neckline and high hemline; the sexy and sultry backless beauty is here. The best way to make your apple-shaped body appear more curvaceous is to opt for a backless gown with the open back in the shape of a triangle. This will provide a slimming effect to the upper body. For the lower half you can go in for a silhouette that adds more volume to the outfit.
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A backless gown with an inverted triangle-shaped back is ideal for a pear-shaped body.
It is advisable to avoid a plunging backless dress as it will draw attention to the lower half of the body. Instead, opt for a gown that is glamorous on top.

If you have an hourglass body and dare to bare, you can go in for a plunging backless dress.
You can wear a dress that is body-hugging.
A dress with full sleeves and a simple front will enhance the backless aspect of your gown.

Choosing The Best Evening Dress For Plus Size Glamour

With the holidays approaching, you may soon be in need of a glamorous look for those special events and parties. Not too long ago, the only evening dress in plus size was a blousy, dowdy number. We can now rejoice that many options are available, and you can choose a sexy, sophisticated, or glamorous evening dress in plus size.

As you decide your social calendar for the holiday season, you may find yourself in need of a flirty cocktail dress, a ball-gown, or a chic evening suit. How do you go about finding the right style for you? Let’s look at the best evening dress in plus size options.
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Cocktail  prom dresses can be as short as mid-thigh to as low as ankle skimming. The most flattering hemline that shows off shapely legs hits right about knee length. 1950’s influenced styles with beading, lace, and A-line skirts are highly popular and look great on plus size women. Sleeveless cheap  prom dresses can be topped with decorative bolero jackets or cardigans to make a modern, yet classic statement. Add a stylish open toe pump to complete your ensemble.

If you have been invited to a black-tie affair, most likely you will need a floor-length gown. The best styles for plus sizes have clean lines without needless ruffles and bows. Excess details can add weight and look dowdy. Jazz up a simple gown with expressive jewelry or a colorful silk wrap. For footwear, try a strappy evening sandal or the latest trend – satin flats for extra style and comfort.

Maybe, you have a couple of after work parties and need an outfit that is festive but not too dressy. Look for a tailored suit that can carry you from office to cocktail party with ease. Black is back in, thank goodness, and a black, wool crepe pantsuit can be just perfect to transition you from day to evening. Full figures look wonderful in tailored jackets with slim lapels and nipped in waists. Don’t worry. You will want to keep the jacket unbuttoned to show off a sexy camisole or silk blouse. Make sure that the pants are tailored but not tapered at the ankle. A chic pantsuit looks great with a high heel or an embellished flat.

Whatever your plans are for the upcoming social season, there is evening attire that will make you glamorous and sophisticated. Full figure women have more evening dress choices than ever before!

Revamp Your Evening Wear

‘Tis the season for end of year office parties – and if your budget is anything like mine you’re thinking, “I wonder if anyone will notice if I turn up in the same dress as last year…”

The good news is you can redesign your evening dresses for next to nothing, and even the most competitive fashinista would struggle to point you out as a recycler.

Your options range from doing as little as tucking and tacking a sheer fabric over the top, to unpicking and using the fabric to make a new dress.

There are five important things to remember when trying to fool others into believing you’re wearing an outfit they’ve never seen before:

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1. Colour

Black can wear again very easily, as can dark shades of blue, green, and burgundy, but if your dress is a bolder colour like red or pink observers are more likely to store that colour in their memories.

This funky printed mesh tones down the shine of these fabrics and looks different against red and green.

Tone the colour down with a chiffon drape in a more muted shade, or in black which will give a shimmery effect to the colour. I like to have a variety of sheer dresses in chiffon and organza specifically to slip over another outfit to dress it up or tone it down. Get even more wear out of it by using a lace-up effect or dozens of tiny buttons and making it wearable back to front. (Note, if you’re going to be sitting most of the evening, wear the buttons on the front.)

2. Shine

Sparkly fabrics are eye-catching. If you’ve worn it before and run the risk of meeting the same people, tone the sparkles down with a chiffon or organza drape.

3. Details

Specific details such as a daring neckline, unusual straps, or a stunning back will be remembered. Sew a new section to cover the detail, which can be either temporarily or permanently attached to the dress. If you make permanent changes, consider removing the detail and swapping it with a different dress, top, or jacket.

4. Length

Very short or very long dresses, and the position and length of the slits are also features that people remember. Consider cutting a long dress in half, and turning the excess fabric into a top or skirt.

Add a different fabric into a shorter dress. This is also a great idea if you’re pregnant or you’ve gained weight and want to make the dress a size bigger. Cut the dress vertically in a number of panels and add in a fabric that compliments or contrasts. Satin and velvet make an alluring combination in evening wear, because they are such opposites in feel and look, but are both luxurious fabrics.

5. The top of your dress

Most people look at your face when they talk to you (note I said “most”). The top of your dress is therefore the area they are most likely to remember. If your dress is one of those that makes a feature out of using a different fabric for the bodice and skirt, you could get away with re-doing the top in the same fabric as the skirt.

Choosing the Right Prom Dress for Your Body Shape

Petite or slender, no matter what your body shape, you can sizzle the cheap prom dresses  night with a dress that is a perfect fit for your figure. Take a look at the options given here, to help you find the right dress to flatter your figure.

“The only rule is don’t be boring and dress cute wherever you go. Life is too short to blend in.”
―Paris Hilton

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Ever wondered why a particular dress looks good on certain people but the same just falls boringly on you? Well, the answer to this is as simple as understanding that not every one is made alike. Apart from the distinguishing features, each individual is blessed with a different body type. That said, it’s time you determined what is your body shape.
Are you a triangle or a rectangle? Do you have the coveted curves that make an hour-glass figure, or are you simply busty? Understanding your body type is one of the easiest way to find a dress that will not just flatter your figure but also make you look fabulous and attractive. Basically, understanding your body shape works to your advantage by allowing you to accentuate your coveted features, while down playing the negative aspects of your shape. So, whether you are curvy, busty, slender, petite, or blessed with a generous bottom, you are sure to find a dress that will make you look stunning for the prom.

 

Preserve Your Wedding Dress

The wedding’s over and your gown, the most expensive item of clothing you’ve ever bought, is hanging in your closet. Now what?

After countless hours spent searching for your dream dress (not to mention the dollars spent), it’s only fair to give your gown a happily-ever-after too, right? Whether it’s because of the way it made you feel on your wedding day or the possibility of passing it down to your daughter or another family member in the future, preserving your chear wedding dress is the best way to maintain it’s color, fabric and shape. And now it’s easier than ever, especially with wedding gown preservation kits like the one from Prestige Preservation, where you’re sent a kit with everything you need to securely ship your gown, and the preservation company takes care of the rest!

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What Is Wedding Dress Preservation?

This is a special cleaning and packaging techniques used to ensure your gown retains its beauty. A professional preservationist will survey your gown: the materials, embellishments and various stains, then formulate a specialized cleaning procedure. “Cleaning your gown is the single most important part of the preservation process and all the stains, including the hidden ones containing sugar that turn brown over time, must be removed,” says Sally Lorensen Conant, the executive director of the Association of Wedding Gown Specialists. You can usually wait until after the honeymoon to take your dress to a preservationist, but remember it’s better to take your gown in while the stains are fresh and not set in (especially if it’s stained with mud or red wine). “The longer you delay, the less likely all stains can be removed, and if you wait years, your gown will need restoration rather than just cleaning,” warns Conant. After cleaning, your gown is wrapped in acid-free tissue paper and placed in museum-quality archival box.

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To make it super-easy and convenient, some companies are now offering mail-away services. In fact, we partnered up with an amazing (read: trust-worthy) wedding dress preservation service called Prestige Preservation. They will send you a mailing kit with a pre-paid label and have it back to you within 4-6 weeks. That even includes insurance on your wedding dress.

Finding a Preservationist

Before choosing a preservationist, do a little detective work. You’ll need to investigate where to take your gown for cleaning a few weeks before the wedding. That way, if your dress is stained badly or damaged on your wedding day, a family or bridal party member can take your dress to the preservationist for you so that you can make your honeymoon get-away. Ask friends and family, bridal shops or your wedding consultant for preservationist referrals.

Though many dry cleaners claim to clean wedding gowns, most are not specialists. Unless the dry cleaner you’re thinking of using processes more than 100 wedding gowns a year, consider going to a professional gown preservationist with a noted track record instead. “I always tell my brides to ask a lot of questions. You want to make sure that the person taking care of your gown pays attention to detail and knows fabrics as well as how gowns are constructed,” says Karen Jean-Aimee of Madame Paulette in New York City. Ask about the type of cleaning method used, do they hand clean and if they will pre-treat any stains and soiled areas Jean-Aimee suggests. Also, find out if the company does the work on location or if they ship gowns elsewhere to be cleaned and packaged. Don’t rule a company out if they don’t work in-house, especially if they have good reviews.

Ask Questions

Ask your gown preservationist whether you must sign a release or disclaimer because these documents sometimes state that the company isn’t responsible for any damage done to the gown during the cleaning process. You will want to find someone who will guarantee every last bead and sequin. Next, ask if the company offers a warranty and how they will reimburse you if you find the gown to be damaged after a certain number of years. Read the fine print of the agreement: some companies will refund the preservation cost—not the replacement value of the dress. And consider it a red flag if they claim the warranty is void if you open the box. Finally, beware of companies that give quotes over the phone—different materials and stains require specialized care. Your gown will receive the best care if it’s individually inspected before a price is given.

Wedding Dress Cleaning Techniques

Some gown specialists use the wet cleaning method, which consists of gently washing the gown by hand with gentle cleansers that remove noticeable stains and unseen stains, such as champagne and sugar. If left untreated, unseen stains can oxidize and turn yellow over time. Other companies use a more traditional dry-cleaning method, which involve pre-treating the stains and then placing the garment in a dry-cleaning machine. “The solvent in the machine should be safe for fragile decorations, and these should be protected with muslin during the cleaning cycle or removed before cleaning and re-sewn onto your gown afterward,” says Conant. Solvents such as perchloroethylene (perc for short) or petroleum-based cleansers are used as stain removers. Petroleum-based solvents aren’t as aggressive as perc, and they’re also not as powerful in stain removal, but, due to its high oil content, petroleum nourishes certain fabrics and can give them a lovely sheen.

Pristine Packaging

The correct packaging materials are utterly imperative for guaranteeing the life of your gown. And all storage materials should be clean and completely acid-free. After the cleaning process, your preservationist will wrap your dress in acid-free paper or muslin, then place in an acid-free or pH-neutral box, which allow the gown to breathe and adjust with changing temperatures. Some boxes feature a viewing window: a clear panel designed so you can see your gown without opening the box. If your box features a window, look for acetate rather than plastic, and keep the box out of direct light, which can yellow the fabric over time. Some companies utilize boxes with Coroplast, a specially designed plastic known for its durability.

Handling Your Wedding Dress

While some companies choose to seal the box to keep out insects and vermin, others say sealing is unnecessary, if the gown is packaged correctly. If you do open the box, remember to use discretion when handling the dress. Jean-Aimee recommends wearing clean white cotton gloves (which many preservationists provide to you), but at a minimum be sure to wash your hands first. “There is no inherent reason why you cannot open your gown, but we are trained in museums not to handle something unless absolutely necessary because there is always the potential for danger,” says Conant. Talk to your preservationist about including other item such as jewelry and shoes to you box. It may not be the best idea depending on the type of materials you’ll want to include, but your professional will have an opinion on how to store properly.

Money Matters

Fabric, decoration, ornamentation and degree of stain damage determine the preservation price of a gown. “Your heavily beaded silk ball gown will cost more than a simple polyester gown you wore on the beach, and you should never trust your designer gown to someone offering a bargain price. Saving a few dollars is simply not worth the risk of ruining your wedding dress,” says Conant. Expect to pay $250-$700, though prices can go as high as $1,000 depending on the gown and location. Costs vary across the country, with higher prices in metropolitan areas.

Before & After

To help maintain the integrity of your gown, there are some things you should not do before sending it to be cleaned and preserved. First, don’t wrap your dress in plastic. This can seal in off-gassing vapors and trap moisture, inviting mold and mildew. Don’t hang your dress on an ordinary wooden or wire hanger—the weight of the dress will stretch and distort the weave of the fabric—try a plastic or padded hanger instead. Don’t try to clean the stains yourself —you risk setting them in the fabric. Once your gown is back from the preservationist, pay attention to storage. “Keep your dress in a cool, dark and dry environment with a relative humidity at 50 percent at all times,” says Jean-Aimee. Most professionals agree that light and heat play the most damaging roles when it comes to gown preservation. As a guideline, store your preserved gown in a place where you would feel physically comfortable. That rules out a hot attic or damp basement. Under your bed or in a dry closet are your best bets.

Wedding Dres s Preservation On a Budget

If you already spent most of your wedding budget, it is possible to preserve your wedding dress at home, though it won’t be perfect and may retain stains. Conant suggests, “Cloth or tyvek bags can offer short-term protection, but your gown should not hang for long periods of time, and a wedding chest provides more protection from sharp objects, smoke and from fire.” The acidic content of ordinary paper will literally scorch your gown. Don’t use colored tissue paper either. If the box accidentally becomes wet, it could stain your gown. For storage, professionals recommend wrapping the gown in pre-washed unbleached muslin, and then placing it in a sturdy box under your bed. That way, if you decide to preserve your gown down the road, it will be right there waiting for you.

How to Accessorize a Silver Dress

Silver dresses are both bold and elegant, but the wrong accessories can easily cause a style disaster. The dress itself should be the focus of your outfit, and your accessories should complement it rather than stand out on their own.

1、Deciding on a Color Scheme

Deciding on a color scheme first can help you determine what accessories to look for later. The best color schemes for a silver dress are simple and cool-toned.

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Wear silver. An all-silver color scheme keeps things simple and elegant.

It works best if your dress is a light, shimmering hue of silver.
You should also try to match the hue of your accessories to the hue of your dress.
Stick with delicate, dainty jewelry and simple silver heels with little adornment, emphasizing the simplicity of this option.

 Mix silver and gold. This creates another elegant, classy look, but one with more variety and visual interest.

Look for two-toned jewelry that mixes gold and silver. Each piece should have a two-toned element for the sake of consistency.

Add some black or gunmetal. These tones are a little less feminine and more masculine, so you can get away with bulkier jewelry and accessories if you go this route. You could even consider black leather bracelets and heavier black heels or boots to create the edgy look. This results in an overall bolder look.

 Stick with blue tones. Colors are a versatile option and can either look elegant or bold. Just stick with cool hues.

Blues and blue-tinted shades of purple or turquoise work best.
Avoid warm colors, since these are more likely to clash with the cold tone of a silver dress.

How to Find a Perfect Dress

Finding the right cheap prom dress can be very difficult. With so many designers and styles to choose from, not to mention the plethora of stores, the choices have never been more confusing. Pricing needs to be just right and each store has a slightly different price range and selection. And what if the current fashion styles don’t accommodate your fashion sense?

1、Don’t buy the first thing you like. With so many dresses to choose from, it would be unwise to limit yourself. If you think you have found the dress of your dreams, ask the store to hold it for you (just in case) and then go home and look it up online. You can buy the dress from the store later, especially if it is coming down to the wire and prom is only a week away. But most of  the stores are over-priced and you can find the same dress for a much better deal online.
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2、 Use your research and shop online. This will likely save you quite a bit of money, since online purchases often cost less. Take the pictures you have stored in your camera and the recommendations from your friends and look for a dress that perfectly matches every detail. Don’t settle for something that is “okay.” Go for the perfect dress to match your personality. Shopping online allows you to look at all of the different designer dresses, and most websites will allow you to see each dress in multiple colors. From your online searching, you should be able to find a designer that you like, a style of dress that fits your body type, and the perfect color dress for your skin tone.
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3、Try it on. When the dress comes, try it on and make sure it fits well. Your bedroom will become your own personal changing room. Often times it won’t cost much to have a few parts of the dress altered, especially if you know someone who can sew. So, if it is a bit too long or requires a new button, don’t just send it back. These things are superficial and can be fixed quickly. However, if the dress is too big, too small, too revealing, not revealing enough, or just not for you, it is best to return it and try again.