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Prom dresses for your big night

Your prom, leavers' do or winter formal is one of the biggest nights of any teen's life – so make sure your prom dress looks the part! Fashions come and go, but some things never change. A gorgeous prom dress never goes out of style. A lot of girls like to choose a long, glamorous gown. After all, you rarely get the chance to wear a full-length dress – so why not make the most of the occasion? If you're desperate to show off your pins, though, you can still do that. There are shorter prom dresses available, too; look for special, interesting details like lacework or beading that will make it stand out.

What makes a sexy prom dress?

Prom dresses aren't usually very tight or skimpy, but they can still look sexy. One of the most important things is finding a dress that fits your body well. Don't try to squeeze into a size that's too small, and don't hide away in a dress that's too baggy. You'll want to choose your favourite part of your body to make a feature of it. That might be your back, your chest, or your legs – but never all three! A backless, sexy prom dress is a great way to show a bit of a daring personality. If you want to show off your legs, but you love a floor-length gown, then go for one with a thigh-high slit. It'll make it easier for you to dance, too!

Ladies' prom dresses with timeless style

Nobody likes to look back at old photos and cringe, so it's worth choosing a prom dress in a classic style. If you're slim, then a simple, column dress is a good way to show off your figure. Curvier girls may want details like a flared skirt to balance the hips, or a plunging neckline to flatter their bust. Colour is very important. Sometimes black isn't a good idea, as you might fade into the background alongside your more colourful friends. Choose a colour that flatters your skin tone, avoiding the pastels that are common in bridesmaid dresses. Deep blue, forest green or rich purple are all great choices, although it helps if you know what the prom's colour scheme is going to be, so you can avoid clashing.