Inside your brain, you must have your high school memories. One of the most memorable events probable is the prom night. Well, in present days, many of them try to reveal their pictures by dressing up in the decades ago attires.
In 80s poufy dresses, funky look and metallic colors were in the fashion, and most of the girls were seen in it. These kinds of dresses are fun for any party and event. What you consider gaudy in present time, was the utmost fashion in during this decade. Now days, many fashion designers are getting inspiration from that patterns and many young girls are attracting towards the same.
The price of these kinds of dresses is now seem very high and is hard to find in the local market. But there are many designer shops and boutiques, now selling these dresses. Well, with an inspiration, you can yourself design your prom dress. In many high school prom events it is being adopted as a theme. So, it is good to take a look on the collection. Girls like to wear a variety of dresses, some are mentioned here:
Ruffled prom night dress:
Now, the ruffles are used for a little girl, but then it was the highest fashion. Strapless dresses with lots of ruffles are tied up on the side. Some dresses carry ruffles from the top of the drees to the all the way of the floor. The more ruffles it features the more it flies when the girl spins. The look was quite girlish and color was pink, purple, red, etc.
Funky look prom dresses:
Except the polka dots, funky and gaudy look was popular in events. Bright color, floral pattern, strapless design, knee length style was a common picture to see. Flower used to be quite big and designed in fluffy manner. However, these dresses may feature polka dots too.
Metallic colors of the prom dresses:
Along with the bold prints, metallic and textured dresses were in vogue at that time. There was no obligation to go with the particular shade; girls could choose any textured color. It is used to add the glittering effects on the dance floor, as it sparkles when the light hits.
Balloon sleeves on the prom dresses:
Puff and balloon style was the ongoing fashion at that time. Many girls used to wear poufy to add accent to the dress. This kind of balloon sleeves was worn to make an illusion of larger shoulder that was a common look during the decade. They often serve a wearing cap to cover the head, it make you look girlish. This type of dresses faded away in the early 90s.