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Celebrity Prom Fashions (pg. 2)

So you've seen our prom styles inspired by Kelly Osbourne and Lindsay Lohan. Now, check out our other styles inspired by some more of your fave celebs!

Prom Dresses - The Amanda Bynes Look:
Amanda Bynes plays Daphne Reynolds in What a Girl Wants.
Teen Prom Fashion Ideas
This dress choice was inspired by Amanda Bynes' character in What a Girl Wants. Daphne Reynolds is a NYC girl who ends up hob-knobbing with royal snobs when she goes looking for her dad. If your idea of a special prom or formal involves making yourself look like a princess for a day, you're gonna love this dress from Allen Schwartz. With the perfect prom updo you'll be hotter than Cinderella - or Amanda Bynes!

Prom Dresses - The Hilary Duff Look:
If you love Hilary Duff's style, take a look at this prom dress!
The Hilary Duff Look
If you love Hilary Duff's style - including her new line of clothing and accessories - then this dress from Nordstrom's is totally for you. Shiny pink satin with a cute, pink sash make this a great dress to accessorize. A pearl necklace, some strappy shoes and you've got yourself the hottest outfit at prom.




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    What's Your Prom Style?

    • Cute and form-fitting.
    • Long and flowing.
    • I don't go to prom.
    • Short and sweet

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