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#OOTD: Prom Night

#OOTD: Prom Night

Syeda Humira Monir Purni

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Do you know what’s more important for prom than a handsome young man getting you a pretty corsage? That’s right, a nice dress! Here’s my princess look for prom, which I hope will be helpful for you girls out there getting ready for prom season.

White rose closeup photography | Photo by Marcus Lewis on Unsplash

I chose to wear a pink ankle-length gown with a matching flower head crown. I put on magenta lipstick as well. I did a light eyeliner look and didn’t wear chunky jewelry as my dress has a sparkly neckline. It is a simple, yet elegant look. I paired high block heels with this look, and carried a silver purse.

If you want, you can wear pink, or you could choose a different color dress. I wore pink because I feel like it’s more of my preference. The dress that I’m wearing is both pretty and comfortable, I didn’t overdo it.

See Also

Short A-Line Jovani Floral-Print V-Neck Party Dress | JOVANI via PromGirl.com

You could try this dress as well if you’re uncomfortable with wearing long dresses. Prom Girl has the following Jovani dress available for only $249, and you could find other dresses for cheaper prices as well! There are many websites that cater to selling less expensive, but still gorgeous, prom dresses and accessories.

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