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Sure, it's a bit pricey. But consider this: after pairing it with metallic heels and stacked bangles for prom, you could easily wear it with flat leather sandals and sunglasses to your next garden party!
For the girl who values comfort as highly as she does chicness.
Strikingly similar in silhouette to Keira Knightley's wedding dress—never a bad thing.
Those dramatic ruffles are so very Balenciaga. Love.
A more muted—and more shimmery!—way to wear florals to prom.
Just the sort of thing Marie Antoinette would've worn to prom, had she grown up in the present day.
Feathers have a way of making everything feel a million times more festive.
A great option for the sporty prom-goer, this would look fantastic paired with a really aggressive, pointy pump or multi-buckled heeled sandal.
We're still not over that eagle-belted Lanvin Emma Stone wore to the Golden Globes last year. For those of you who feel the same way, this little number might just be the answer to your prayers.
Done in neon brights, florals look utterly fresh for prom. Just add a major statement necklace and go!
Sure, it's a bit pricey. But consider this: after pairing it with metallic heels and stacked bangles for prom, you could easily wear it with flat leather sandals and sunglasses to your next garden party!
We're loving pretty patchwork for Spring 2013, and this color-blocked option also incorporates a hint of punk embellishment. Two trends in one!
You'd be hard-pressed to find a prettier color combo—and that subtle high-low hemline is perfect for flashing just a hint of your shoes.
Lace always, always works for prom. For best results, pair this one with statement heels in a similar pastel shade.
Have yourself an Atonement moment—er, fashionably speaking. No tragedy on prom night, please.