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2005 Prom Dresses (pg. 2)

Prom Dresses - Glam Look

Play up your inner diva in this sexy halter. Glam gals like you love to be the star of the show, so get a dress that'll put you in the spotlight. A diva dress is anything sleek, shiny and sexy, like this silky halter from Windsor. The rhinestone clasp adds even more flash to the gown.



Prom Dresses - Punk Rocker Look

Wear a short and sassy dress that shows off your originality. Rock the night away with this sassy hot pink number that comes with a butterfly brooch. Accessorize it with chunky jewelry or a metallic belt, and pair it with your fave vintage boots. Whether you decide to dress it up or dress it down, your unique style will make you stand apart from all the traditionally dressed girls at prom. You can find this funky dress at Windsor.

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