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Celebrity Prom Fashions

So the end of the school year is coming up and you've got a prom/graduation/formal to attend - but nothing to wear. Before you give up and wear a trash bag - we've got some stylin' fashion options. These cute, fun and quirky dresses are inspired by some of Hollywood's coolest celebrities. Check 'em out!

Prom Dresses - The Linday Lohan Look:

Know what you are wearing to the prom yet?
The Lindsay Lohan Look
Looking for a classy dress for prom but aren't too big on frills or lace? Then check out this Lindsay Lohan inspired dress from Dollhouse It's totally girly, but not in that over-the-top pink puffball kind of way. Lindsay is tres chic and with this dress, you can be too!

Prom Dresses - Kelly Osbourne's Punk Rock Prom:
Kelly Osbourne is a hardcore punk but she still wears dresses.
Get the Punk Rock Prom Look
This great black and hot pink number just screams Kelly Osbourne to us. It's kinda '80s retro with the belted waist and poofy skirt (think early Madonna,) which is a totally Kelly look. Wanna wear something that's got a punk edge but that won't have your mom freaking out? This dress from Rampage could be it.



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