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Get The Look: Disney's PROM

With the Blu-ray and DVD for Disney’s fun and original film PROM coming out August 30, we took some time to meet the girls in the movie! These characters all have their own unique sense of style, as the movie’s costume designer Shoshana Ruben explains…


Shoshana Ruben says: “Nova is an all-American girl and she’s our top student in the movie, so we wanted her to look sweet and innocent. She wears a lot of sweet dresses with floral prints and pastel colors, and she often adds a denim jacket, a cardigan or a blazer to the look to finish it off. She’s a preppy girl, but she likes to mix it up and she keeps fashion interesting.”


“It’s simple to copy Nova’s sweet style from Prom. Just add a simple denim jacket or a cardigan to your outfit – or a blazer if you’re feeling extra preppy!”




Simone is our hippy girl who loves to rock. She plays the guitar, so we know she likes music and she is a bit more of a free spirit than Nova. She wears bohemian clothes, and she always looks cute. The one outfit that stands out in my mind is the prairie-style white dress that Simone wears to Tyler’s barbecue in the movie. I chose white because I wanted her stand out and I wanted to reinforce her innocent look. This is a senior barbecue and she’s a sophomore, so she’s a little different to everyone else there.”


“To copy Simone’s style, find your inner hippy and go boho with a floral dress and fun jewelry. Keep it cute!”



“Jordan is hip and cool. She’s the captain of the cheerleading squad, so we tried to push her look into an edgier style. She’s fashion forward and she’s trendy, so she wears things like short-sleeve jackets, as well as lots of accessories like belts and chunky jewelry. Jordan has a lot of fun with fashion.”


“If you want to copy Jordan’s style, be bold! Experiment with color and accessories – and stand out from the crowd.”



“Mei is a fashion student, so we pushed the boundaries with her. She is more eclectic in her style and she borrows from the vintage world. She thinks about texture and she likes to mix patterns, so she wears things like a little strapless cotton dress with a crochet vest over the top.”


“Mix textures and patterns if you want to copy Mei’s style – but don’t go overboard! Head to vintage shops and break away from the norm.”




“Ali’s look is a little more mainstream than the other characters. She is the one person who doesn’t take as many risks in terms of her wardrobe. She wears skinny jeans with fun tops, but she tends to play it safe with everything she wears. In my head, Ali shops in department stores at the mall. She’s not as fashion forward as Jordan, but she still looks cool.”


“If you want to copy Ali’s style, keep it simple and cool with jeans and a nice top. Everyone needs a good pair of jeans in their wardrobe, so shop around for the perfect fit!”



Prom is available on Blu-ray and DVD August 30th!




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