Two years ago around this time of year, my entire high school class was preparing for our senior prom. Looking back now, it's hard to believe that was not too long ago (look how long my hair was)! I remember I didn't even care if I went to prom or not because I wasn't really spirited or into school functions at all..but I am grateful I went and the guy pictured above asked me to go (my current boyfriend). Years from now, it will be one of the things I remember most about high school. If you're currently in high school, please go! You'll only regret it later. Trust me, you will have fun even if you're just going with some girlfriends!
I was fond of my prom dress, but if I could go back and change it, I probably would! I have decided to help those of you in high school out by sharing my favorite prom dresses from Sherry London!
1. Full Glamour. If I wanted to go all out for my prom, I would definitely go with this dress. You should pick a gown that is suitable to your body type and I tend to think that slim fitting dresses look best on me. I love how daring this is with the middle cut out and the large slit on the side. You will definitely make a lasting impression on your peers!
2. Sweet & Sophisticated. This prom dress is probably the opposite of the first one I chose. However, I do think that this one is more classy with the ivory color and less exposed skin, I love the detail in the back and I think that the mermaid silhouette is gives a very feminine vibe.
3. Bright & Bold! Although you guys know I prefer neutrals, I thought this electric blue prom dress was gorgeous! Again, this one features really unique cut outs that are irresistible. Plus, the asymmetrical hemline allows you to show off your legs and shoes!
So, those are my choices for prom dresses if I were able to go back and choose a new one! Sherry London has so many dresses to chose from and just these long gowns that I have showed you! They have cocktail dresses, evening dresses, and bridesmaids dresses as well. One stop for all of your formal needs! What's your favorite prom memory?