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8 Prom Dresses for 2016
So it’s all about the prom these days and even though its not very British… we are seeming to embrace this US trend…. From limos to after parties.. our little ones are growing up quick and want only the best dresses, jewellery and times……
First we start with, Botique Mia Sequin & Mesh Plunge Neck Maxi Dress, £60, Boohoo
This amazing fashion e-tailer sells some of the dreamiest dresses you’ll find online for under £90, many under £60… which we love… Plus, Lulus.com has something for every girl. If you’re looking to go more laid-back for prom, grab a cocktail dress, and if you want full-on glam, you won’t be disappointed in all the choice…
British style e-tailer Asos.com carries dozens and dozens of dresses from not only their own labels along with some fab up and coming and designed labels that are perfect for prom, with many priced at under £80. The plus-sized collection is especially fab, with on-trend looks up to size 24.
Promgirl.com offers dresses that range from simple and chic to totally glam. Plus, the site makes it so easy to stay within your budget: just use the “Shop by Price” tab to narrow down the options to styles in your price range.
We all know that Forever 21 is the place to find bang on-trend inexpensive clothes and stunning accessories, so the perfect spot to find an amazing prom dress. The high street store carries an medley of regular and plus-size options, well under £45, most of which look a lot more designer than bargain…. Happy dayz.
Dream of rocking that red carpet looking like Katie Perry or Taylor Swift? Then check out Rent the Runway to give you just that look for a lot less cash…. It’s the home of renting your designer gowns for totally reasonable prices. (You could be wearing a £1,000 dress for only £80!) Even though you may have to return, you’re guaranteed to feel like a celebrity on prom night!!!!
If you’re looking for something a bit more unique and off the norm.. but don’t have the budget to spend on designer vintage, then the amazing success story of Nastygal.com for tons of under-£100 options. It’s filled with cool cut-out styles, simple ‘vintage and 90s-inspired gowns, and funky junky jumpsuits.
And for the finale the longest standing company…. Where the wonderful story starts back in 1973 when the first Monsoon boutique opened on London’s Beauchamp Place. Peter Simon (our founder) had returned from a life-changing road trip around Asia – determined to share the colourful marvels of his experience. And the first Monsoon collections featured gorgeous bohemian clothes made in Indian villages using hand-loomed cotton fabrics, organic vegetable dyes and artisanal block-printing techniques.
Ten years later came the launch of our Accessorize brand with the debut of its very first store on the Piazza in London’s Covent Garden – a one-stop destination for the on-trend finishing touches that complete every great fashion look and prefect for all prom styles ..
Enjoy your prom night girlies….