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2007 Prom Shoes and Accessories

Now that you've found the perfect dress, it's time to pile on the accessories! Check out all the hottest trends in jewelry, purses and shoes for prom season 2007!

Pile on these trendy accessories!
2007 Prom Shoes and Accessories

Prom Accessories - Jewelry

The best way to brighten up your prom dress is with killer jewels - and nothing's going to make you stand out more than this year's trends! The hottest jewelry to hang around your neck is a long necklace with a large, circular pendant. Slap on a cuff bracelet or a colorful bangle and finish off your look with an oversized ring. They may be enormous, but why stop at one? Wear a few, maybe even a couple on one finger!

Prom Accessories - Purses

A clutch or wristlet is the best purse to complement your prom dress. It won't steal attention away from your dress cuz it's small, but still big enough to fit all of your essential goodies. Make a statment with a graphic pattern, or take a walk on the wild side with a zebra print!

Prom Accessories - Shoes

Ballet flats continue to be a hot trend in the shoe department, but skip the plain-colored ones and go for one with a bolder style, like this black and gold striped pair. It's fine to wear shoes in the same color as your dress, but you don't always have to be so matchy-matchy.

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    • Earrings, necklace, bracelet - the whole works!
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