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2007 Prom Dresses

Prom night may be a couple of months away, but it's never too early to start searchin' for that perfect dress. If you're not sure what to wear, check out these chic dresses to give you some ideas on what's hot for prom this year!

It's all about the mini this prom season!
2007 Prom Dresses

Prom Dresses - Metallic Minis

Wear a sequin or metallic minidress and you'll be the ultimate glamor girl at your prom, not to mention the center of attention! Just keep your jewelry to a minimum cuz your glittery gown will be all the bling you need!

Prom Dresses - Baby Doll Dresses

Look sweet in a baby doll dress that brings you back to the days of... well, not too long ago. With poofy skirts and pretty details like bows and ruffles, baby doll dresses are totally cute and look like they belong on your baby sis, except they look much cooler on you! Some baby doll dresses even come with pockets to hold your lip gloss and some extra cash. So leave your purse at home and keep your hands free all night!

Prom Dresses - Trapeze Dresses

If you're into retro fashions, head to prom in a trapeze dress. It might sound like something you'd wear to the circus, but it's one of this season's biggest trends that channels the '50s. Trapeze dresses have no waistlines and are almost triangular in shape, making them floaty, airy and so voluminous that you'll be swingin' around on the dance floor!

Prom Dresses - Prints Charming

If solid colors bore you, how about a prom dress with an eye-popping print? Anything goes, from florals and polka dots to zebra prints and bold, graphic patterns. You can also jazz up a plain dress with a funky sash tied around your waist.

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