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STYLE TIPS: Style Definitions

Empire Cut - An Empire cut prom dress has a high waistline, generally beginning just beneath the bust and a long full skirt that flows from this waistline. The empire style camourflages a pear shape or thick waist and creates an illusion of height for short or petite figure.

Slinky - A slinky is a slim prom dress with little fabric detail that hugs curves and outlines the silhouette of your body. The slinky prom dress is perfect for sleeveless styles and tends to show off a well toned body. Slinky dresses are especially beautiful and graceful on tall, thin figures.

A-line - An A-line prom gown has a form fitted bodice that flares out from the natural waist to a full skirt. This type of gown features a seamless waist and may also be called a princess-cut gown. The gently flared style flatters most figure types and is especially useful for disguising large hips and thighs.

Tea Length - A tea length prom dress is a gown that is hemmed to end just at the shin. It has a fun, flirty appearance that is perfect for a slightly casual or more relaxed appearance at the prom. This dress style is ideal if your calves are your best feature or you have a tall. thin figure.

High-Low Gown - A high-low prom gown is hemmed long at the back. at the ankles or to the floor and just above the knee in the front. This trendy, new style creates a unique, sexy prom dress appearance. It is perfect for showing off long legs and an hourglass figure.

Ballgown - A ballgown is characterised by a very full skirt that begins at the natural waist and proceeds to floor length. the waist is seamed and may be styled in various shapes and designs. The ballgown style visually cuts the body in half and is ideal on average to tall figures.

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