Prom Dresses 2013

If you are wondering what kind of dress to choose for prom in 2013, trends are red, silver and purple but blue is the colour trend for this season. There are several definitions and interpretations of prom dress history, usually considering the legendary Coco Chanel.

Designer Jason Wu presented his collection for spring / summer 2013 at NY Fashion Week. The trends is feminine and sexy, but also elegant. Dresses and corsets with elements of lingerie combined with lace and leather give special sexy side of this ensemble. Bill Gaytten presented the collection in the familiar bright elegance and refinement for the house of Dior. The focus is on the female silhouette, specifically the waist and hips.

Gaytten went for a subtle design of the new resort collection and opted for classic, feminine forms of high-tailored sleeveless dresses. Volumes, tulle and wrinkled evening gowns from the chiffon have found a place in his collection. Combined with colorful prints, this collection is truly triumphant and radiant with purity, elegance and femininity. Gaytten collection suits all meanings of beauty.

For the most famous type of prom dresses, only two things is certain, long and flowing. Any attempt to restrict the definitions fall into the water, because over the past decades it has evolved in dozens of directions and today there are countless imaginative variations. The world of fashion has changed and it is always around us. In the season of Fall / Winter 2013, designers offer a bunch of interpretations for this theme.

Prom dresses in blue and yellow have always been label evergreen trends, and the best example is that of the 2012 Miss World China Yu Wenxia who won her tittle with a gorgeous blue dress. A prom dress should be comfortable especially during the evening so avoid plunging necklines and looking too sexy that you will regret over time. Here is a latest trend in fashion gowns of blue and yellow prom dresses.

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