Tuesday, June 8, 2010

Prom dress

Choosing a prom dress is a daunting task for any girl, but if you don´t fit the skinny mold cast by super-thin celebr- ities and models then the process can be downright miserable. Too few stores carry a good selection of sized prom dresses, and many only have a limited stock of old fashioned designs that look more like hideous bridesmaids dresses from the eighties than stylish gowns for a modern girl. prom dress with a structured bust section can help to sculpt your figure and create a beautiful hourglass. Not only does this plus size prom dress have a corseted bustarea but also manages to create a sleeveless, strapless look while still offering support and modesty with a sheer, lacy halterneck panel.
The fitted mermaid style skirt has just the right amount of tailoring to accentuate your curves without being restrictive. The appearance of being a two-piece means that this dress is especially forgiving around the waist and hip area. The soft olive green color will also suit most skin types.One of the most common concerns for plus size prom dresses is how to combine bust support while still giving a sexy and stylish look. Luckily there are many prom dresses with sexy straps. Halterneck straps are ideal for providing maximum support while allowing you to show off your shoulders and back. This prom dress also features a wrap over bust area, which provides a
modest, but attractive neckline for larger busts. Another options is this slinky, sexy prom dress in fire engine red is bound to get you noticed! With the same flattering wrap over bust area, it has a higher back and thicker straps. A third option is this beautiful tea length prom dress which offers complete modesty with a square neck and straps. The silk bow at the waist also draws focus to this area, and away from your bust if you are prone to feeling self conscious.
Pick a dress that pairs a structured corset and dropped waist with a skirt that cascades into a waterfall of ruffles to minimize a large chest, and forgive a curvier derrier and hip area. As with all dresses that feature a large amount of ruffle detailing, you
should keep other accessories to a minimum, and opt for a simple hair style to prevent your overall look from becoming too busy. Choose subtle and simple jewellery, and avoid lavish tiaras which can be distracting and draw eyes away from your face.

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