Prom is one of the most exciting events in high school. Teens these days look forward to the dinner, the dance and the after-party all year long. Shopping for your dress and accessories can also be one of the highlights of your year, but if you find yourself stuck with minimal options and lots of competition, it can be tough. Here are some fashion styles in 2015, read on and hope you can like them.
Long-Sleeve Prom Dress: Individuals who are uncomfortable showing their arms or are worried about getting cold should consider a long-sleeve prom dress. Sleeves do not have to be thick and dowdy; dainty, lace sleeves are perfect for providing a little coverage while still maintaining an elegant look.
Mini Prom Dress: The mini prom dress is short on length but high on fashion. Its hemline falls anywhere from mid-thigh to above the knee and is an excellent style for accentuating the wearer's legs. Mini prom dresses come in a variety of styles, from tight-fitting bodycon dresses to full A-line options.
One-Shoulder Prom Dress: The one-shoulder prom dress has a strap or sleeve that goes over a single shoulder. It gives the weary a trendy appearance while keeping her dress in place. One-shoulder prom dresses can be a variety of lengths, from mid-thigh to floor length.
Open-Back Prom Dress: An open-back prom dress features a cutout in the back of the dress. The cutout can be dramatic and reveal the entire back, or it can be modest and reveal a small portion. Teens who are comfortable with their shoulders and back should consider this dress style.