Long Dresses

How to choose a long dress color

Decide on the color. Different colors tell people what your personality is, like if you choose a bright red, then people would think you were bold and the centre of attention. If you choose black, sophisticated; blue, confident; pink, fun; purple, bubbly. It’s all about what image or mood you want to show. It’s also about what color you look flattering in. Some girls look better in blue, some in red. For example, girls with long brown hair and brown eyes might do well to avoid the color yellow. It really depends on your hair color, figure, eye color, face shape, mouth size, and eye size.
Look for special colors. Black and white are classic chromatic options when it comes to special occasions outfits. The first is elegant and mysterious, the latter is romantic and pure.

A red prom dress is perfect if you are looking for a sensual and passionate look, while gold and silver are always a good idea when it comes to party outfits.
Bright prom dresses are modern and eye-catching, but choose only one bright color if you don’t want to end up looking like a clown. Or you can always pair a bright purse, jewelry or pair of shoes with a neutral or pastel shade dress.

Shopping for the cheap prom dress

1、Start looking out for the actual dress, now that you know what you want. Ideally, you need to start this stage at around 4 to 5 weeks before the actual event. But, remember, if you see a really nice dress in the window, don’t think ‘that’s the one’ and just go in and buy it. You need to shop around because, you might buy that dress and a week later see an even nicer one. Good things come to those who wait but the leftovers to those who procrastinate, so don’t leave it too long.
Don’t purchase your dress too far in advance, as before big events you can easily lose or gain weight, from stress or something else, such as periods, boyfriend troubles, stress, season (winter versus spring).


2、Try on dresses in a variety of different styles and cuts to find the one that works best for your body. You should already have done the work on the body shape, but here are some additional considerations:
If you have a slim figure, you may look best in a sheath-style dress that shows off your silhouette.
If you are curvy, you may want to consider an A-line dress that will highlight your waist and minimize your hips and thighs.
If you’re short and petite, dress shopping may be more challenging; cocktail dresses become full gowns and party dresses become cocktail dresses. However, with plenty of time ahead, you can get these tailored to your size.
If you’re looking for a longer dress, look for a short dress that is long on you. It will fit better and will fit you everywhere else without being too long.


3、Choose the dress. Once you have narrowed your choices to one particular prom dress style, try on that style in a variety of different colors and finishes. Although you should already have an idea of the preferred color, it can’t help to do a final check for a glamorous shade that brings out color in your face.
When choosing a fabric finish, keep in mind that shinier finishes will tend to show off figure flaws while matte finishes will obscure and diminish undesirable features