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everytide (everytide) wrote,
@ 2012-03-21 14:09:00
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    Tips To Buy Short Prom Dresses, Wedding Dresses And Formal Wear
    Fashion trends have been constantly changing over these years, and 2012 is no exception. In speaking of fashion, especially for dresses, short is the new trend. This look is fun, flirty and exudes confidence. If you have a special occasion in the near future, for instance a prom or a wedding party , you‘ll want to look your best. In the following information, Everytide(http://www.everytide.com/) will explain how to select a short dress for your special occasion, so you can rock ‘em dead and it is your time to shine.
    If you have decided that you will get a short-length dress to attend your formal event you are halfway there, you just need to choose a dress. However, if you really want to stand out, you will need to choose a dress that complements your own unique features.

    COLOR
    If you are selecting a prom dress, you will want to attract attention. While wedding dresses were traditionally in white, there are really, no rules. If you are a modern bride or you are searching for a prom dress, you can choose any color from the spectrum. However, the most important tip to choosing the right color is to select something that complements your skin tone. Therefore, determine whether you are warm, cool, or neutral and choose a color that goes well with your skin.

    Quick Guide:
    *Warm skin tones go well with warmer colors such as, dark browns, reds, oranges, golds, camels and yellows.
    *Neutral skin tones work well with virtually any color.
    *Cool skin tones can be complemented well by a wide variety of purples, pinks, blues and greens.

    THE RIGHT LENGTH
    The next component in finding the perfect formal wear for your special occasion is to find the ideal length for you. There are wide varieties of hemlines that fall into the category of “short dresses”. Therefore, it is important to choose a short hemline that will accentuate your best features. Therefore, if your knees aren’t your best feature you will probably want to avoid getting a dress with an ultra-high hemline and stick to a hemline that cuts off just above the knee. However, if you have great thighs, you can show them off in a shorter dress. The most important aspect in determining hemline length is to find something you will be comfortable wearing (perhaps for a long time).

    FABRIC
    Choosing the best fabric is another vital aspect to choosing short prom dresses or short wedding dresses. Short prom dresses and wedding dresses can be made from any type of material, but shiny fabric works best.
    *Suggestions: fabrics such as, silk and satin add an elegant touch to any short, but formal dress.

    STRAPS OR STRAPLESS
    Straps and strapless short dresses are both hot looks this year. Therefore, when choosing whether to wear a dress with straps or go strapless, choose a dress that will complete the look, make you feel comfortable and help you look your best.
    Short prom dresses and wedding dresses are grabbing attention in the world of fashion and celebrities. Do not forget to accessorize with an eye-catching pair of shoes because everyone will see them.


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