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2005 Prom Accessories

You may have picked out the perfect prom dress, but you'll need hot accessories that'll add pretty details and a lot of flash to your look!

Prom Accessories - Jewelry

This year's jewelry can be summed up in one word: eye-catching. And nothing will catch your eye more than sparkling rhinestones! They're seen on everything from earrings to hair accessories, and although they come in all vivid shades, the trendiest colored gem is a pale purple. Another hot accessory is the jeweled butterfly brooch, which will make you stand out in a sea of prom dresses. So pin one on to your dress strap or waist and make a glamorous entrance.

Prom Accessories - Purses

Although you need a purse that's big enough to hold all your essential goodies, like concealer, lip gloss and cell phone, you don't want to carry anything that's too bulky. So pick out a slim clutch, but look for one that comes with a bow, which will make your pouch even prettier. However, make sure your prom purse isn't too flashy because you don't want to draw attention away from your dress.

Prom Accessories - Shoes

When you go shoe shopping, choose sandals that are a different color than your dress because it's fun to mix things up! Metallic golds and silvers are hot shoe hues, but what's even hotter are the ribbon and rhinestone accents. Jeweled sandals are a must for prom since they'll add more sparkle to your outfit. And if you plan on dancing the night away, then stay away from stilettos. Instead, try a pair of kitten heels, which are only 1 1/2 inches high.

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    • Earrings, necklace, bracelet - the whole works!
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