PromGirl highlighted short prom dresses that were sweet and sassy, playful, and chic to an audience filled with crowned princesses. Styles included the very on-trend two-piece, sexy prom dresses, ballerina, and babydoll-styled dresses in both bold, and soft pastels.
Long dresses were the dominating style of the show with sexy with lots of on-trend details, such as lace, jeweled bodices, halter, and strapless necklines, sparkling embellishments, embroideries, and appliques that accented beyond the bodice, cutouts, nude illusions, sexy side slits, mermaid silhouettes, full, billowy skirts, and long sleeves.
The short prom dresses were not the only ones that featured two-piece dress styles long dresses also boasted the edginess and elegance a crop top paired with long voluminous skirts, mermaid-style skirts, and sheer overlay skirts. In this silhouette, models bared midriffs, arms, and decolletage, keeping them right on trend for 2015 prom dresses.
The highlight of the evening were the princess-worthy ball gowns (though we would go back in time to our prom for the chance to wear several previously highlight dress options) with one standout in particular, an exact replica of the new Disney Cinderella Forever Enchanted Keepsake Gown (pictured directly above), which members of the audience immediately fell head over heels for. The corset style, off the shoulder dress, featured a bodice trimmed with tulle ruffle, delicate beaded butterfly accents, and a two-toned layered tulle skirt that boasted scattered sequins.
To see more from the show and these beautiful prom dresses in action, check out video of the models walking the PromGirl fashion show finale below:
After the fashion show, guests enjoyed a fun night of cocktails, small bites, Dylan’s Candy Bar, make-up touch-ups from Kryolan Professional Makeup, psychic readings, and great music from a pint-sized DJ.