F is for Formalwear
I told you guys on Friday that I’d be headed to the #MacysProm party the following day. Well, I went and had a great time. It has been over 15 years since I went on my own prom, but I still liked looking at the dresses. While some of the themes in styles of dress may have changed over the years some things never will. Prom dresses, for many girls are the first time they put on formal wear and get to look grown up and beautiful. However, there is still a desire (from parents) to keep them from looking too adult and keep cost down. Macy’s has not missed the mark. I think teens and parents will be quite pleased with what is being offered this spring. Parent’s especially since Macy’s has several dresses that are under $99. Here is a glimpse of what was shown on the runway.
|Pretty in Pink is always a great theme for Prom.|
|Princess, is another theme that never goes out of style.
What girl wouldn’t want to feel like a princess?
|For the teen who is not a girly girl, she may love this Beautiful in Blue theme.|
|Holywood, is a more modern theme.
Think bold colors, cut out designs, and accessories.
|Vintage, was the last theme shown on the runway.
Think pearls, lace, fur, embellishments and designs inspired by the Great Gatsby and the 1920s.
|These two were my favorite from the Pretty in Pink theme.
The dresses are feminine and fun, but still youthful.
|I really liked this Beautiful in Blue dress. The back of the dress won me over.
The cut out makes the dress more interesting without being too revealing for a teen.
|I am not normally a fan of dresses that are short in the front but long in the back.
However, the ruffles make it work. They make it light and airy and full of movement!
|This White Vintage themed dress is elegant and classically beautiful.|
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