Senior Ball's coming up, and I've been looking at dresses all week, but I might need some help. Take a look and tell me what you think.
link (the light blue one)
link Um, this one might be better in theory ;)
If you have reasons why one's better than another, do tell, thanks :) Other suggestions are cool too.
- Dress 1Vote A
- Dress 2Vote B
- Dress 3Vote C
- Dress 4Vote D
- Dress 5Vote E
Most Helpful Girl
First off, hope you have an amazing time! Once you pick the dress don't forget to have it altered.
The light blue gown- No, because it's a really pale, pastel color and that won't give you any pop or contrast in relation to your darker skin and ebony hair... Plus, that color isn't even relevant this season for spring/summer.
The blue cutout dress- No, because I've seen too many girls wear that kind of dress and it really isn't anything special. I feel like there's no shape at the bottom from your hips to the floor so you'll look like a bell and that isn't that flattering or form fitting. Same thing with the color. Not bold enough for prom.
The white dress- I love it. It's simple, classy, sexy and sleek. Against your skin tone and hair it would look beautiful and classic. It's form fitting without being overdone and I love the slit in the leg and the cutout at the back. You could do a gorgeous updo with silver/pearl accessories and some gorgeous silver heels. I would choose this one out of every other dress.
The multiprint dress- Nooooo. Too many girls will be wearing a dress similar to this and it will look just as awful. I'm all for patterns, but not for prom. This looks ridiculous. Plus your boobs would be all over the place and you'd have to worry about double sided tape, etc. Just no.
The one shoulder dress- No to this because I'm not thrilled about either of the colors and the details. I don't like the material in the front, I have a short dress like that I'm wearing to my sister's wedding and it has to lay just perfectly otherwise you'll look pregnant. And I do not like the beading at the bust, it looks like a sun, that could've been done so much more tastefully.2