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Published on: 12 Feb 2018 by sandylopez

Top 5 Glamorous Prom Dresses of 2018 [Infographic Included]

59% of teenagers said they save their money to buy new clothes, while only 34% say they are saving to buy their first car. According to last year’s Yahoo Style’s Prom Across America survey, “between prom dresses and accessories, hair and makeup, prom tickets, and transportation, teen girls are spending in excess of $600 on prom. Others, including the aforementioned study by Visa, estimate that the number is over $900 on prom expenditures per student. That number will only increase for prom 2018. The same Yahoo survey indicated that of United States prom-goers, those in the Northeastern states spend considerably more money on prom than teens in the rest of the country. Interestingly enough, despite spending more money on their attire, Northeastern girls are more likely to select a dress based on its ability to be worn or re-styled for future occasions”.


Jovani - a premier designer of prom dresses 2018 and tailor of women's apparel – reports: “you are so much more than a pretty face; we understand that girls and women today want to express themselves through their fashion. Our attention to these details, our stunning designer dresses, and our dedication to customer satisfaction has set our business apart, earning us more than one million online visitors every month”.


We've listed the trends and gowns for the 2018 prom season with the most important outputs you might want to wear during your teen years.


Number one: two-piece dresses

If there's one trend that has completely taken over in prompt action in the early 21st century its two-piece dresses, and if you want to combine multiple trends in a two-piece dress you can do that as well. There are plenty of two-piece dresses that are also floral printed, mermaid style, sparkly or black. You don't have to bear too much skin to try out, the distance of the top and skirt can be either millimeters or inches apart. Also, for a similar look, you can also try the cutout style and choose to reveal a different body part.


Number two: sparkly dresses

If you want to catch everyone's' attention and feel like a princess at your prom night, you can do it with a sparkly dress.  Don't forget that is your night to shine! Whether it's with rhinestones speeding or stitch embroidery, you'll be sure to dazzle as you dance the night away. Depending on just how flash you want to get you can opt for an all-over glitter or more subtle embellishments on certain parts of the dress. Sparkles look good on both long and short dresses, so go with whatever you feel the most confident in.

Number 3: Black dresses

As an event that takes place in the spring prom is usually a time for gowns and lighter breezy shades, however, If you want to show off your dark side through a black dress is eternally chic. The darker hue is universally flattering no matter what your size or skin tone is, making this an easy choice for anyone. Choosing a dress with some beading or embellishment will add some bizarre to an otherwise sober color. A black dress is working just about any body shape, and the best part is that this timeless color can be worn time again and again in different occasions.


Number 4: Mermaid dresses

Mermaid style silhouettes once used only for bridal dress types for years are nowadays becoming largely used for proms as well. "A mermaid dress is a style of evening gown that fits closely to the body through the torso and hips, then "fishtails" out in a flare to the floor".  A variety of colors and fabrics work well in this style but avoid shades of white unless you want to look like you're getting married.


Number five: Floral dresses

When you think of prom dresses, you probably imagine solid pastel colors. But since prints were introduced into the fashion world, floral prints have become always more on-demand, somehow evoking both vintage and modern look. You'll stand out from the crowd wearing a colorful design in whatever shades flatter you the most. In 2018 more extensive floral designs seem to be the most since shorter flowery dresses may look somewhat casual. So for the most formal look up go for a full floral length gown.


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