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Celebrating the youth

Hello my stylish readers!
I love checking dresses online and it's hard for me to say 'no' if some great online shop asked me to work with them reviewing their items. Especially when it goes for formal wear. As most of people I'm not one who wears it often but I'm definitely the one who wants to. This time I've teamed up with Tops wedding shop to review their prom dresses section.
For me for prom dresses it's important to keep the mood of the event targeting to younger gals to wear it it's important not to overwork the outfit. I mean not cake-like dresses. I dislike it when girls wear dresses which could easily be worn for a wedding day. I also think it's wise to avoid more mature styles. For me prom is the place to celebrate the youth. What's more important to stay girly not highlighting the body too much. It even might look funny. Remembering my own prom (oh my it was so long ago, that I hardly remember my own emotions although it wasn't so many years back) I see tons of mistakes on my classmate's dresses making them look funny instead of sexy they wanted to. I'm still very grateful to my mom who helped finding my own dress which make look the best possible as think.
Here are my faves from the shop which follow the lines I droppped about picking the outfit.




Which is your fave? Would you wear one of those dresses to your own prom? or probably recommend it to your daughter?

I was wearing:
Prom dresses from Topswedding

 

Have a nice day,
Lyosha

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Comments

  1. The second one is really beautiful!

    Have a nice day,
    Michael
    www.ontheleaf.net with --$100 Giveaway--

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  2. Nice dresses..

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  3. Great dresses, the second dress is absolutely an eyecatcher :)

    Brina xoxo, SweetStyle

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  4. Gorgeous. You know I like to wear these. They're so pretty.

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  5. I love the last one, simple and put together. It's definitely something I'd wear! <3

    Kind regards,
    Loyal to Fashion

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  6. Beautiful post

    Love Vikee
    www.slavetofashion9771.blogspot.com

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