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2006 Prom Dresses

Prom season is just around the corner, so it's time to pick the perfect dress for you! Find out the top trends of 2006 right here.

Look hot in spots, lace and bows at your prom!
2006 Prom Dresses

Prom Dresses - Lacy Lady

Victoriana is one of the hottest trends for 2006 and has been embraced by hot actresses like Jessica Alba and Reese Witherspoon. Whether your gown is lacy from head to toe, or just trimmed with a bit of lace, you'll feel as though you'll float away!

Prom Dresses - Bow Princess

Belts, bows, sashes and ribbons have taken center stage! The waist is the focal point this year, but these romantic details are also popping up at the bustline and at the shoulders. For some bow inspiration, look to glamorous celebs like Scarlett Johansson and Beyonce.

Prom Dresses - '80s Baby

Prom dresses have gone back in time - but not too far back - to the '80s. Think neon colors like hot pink and electric blue, poufy bubble skirts, tiered skirts and polka dots. Someone like Kelly Osbourne or Ashlee Simpson would probably pick out an '80s-style dress cuz it's playful and edgy, which is perfect for a night of partying with friends!

Prom Dresses - Vintage Vixen

You don't exactly have to scour the racks at Value Village cuz practically every store carries dresses that look vintage, even though they're not really vintage. The Olsen twins are the queens of vintage, so if you want to wear something a little funky, look to Mary-Kate, but if elegance is more your style, then check out Ashley.

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    Favorite Prom Trend for 2006?

    • Victorian lace.
    • Ribbons and bows.
    • '80s styles.
    • Vintage.

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