So you’ve started your hunt for the perfect prom dress. Perhaps you’re feeling a bit overwhelmed by all the options? Or maybe you’ve had your dream dress in mind since Freshman year of high school! Either way, finding the perfect dress is special and should get you excited for your prom night.
We gathered a few recent trends to help you narrow down your search and show you what’s popular this year. Some of these are classic styles that been in demand for years while others are fairly new and becoming more popular. Look out for these Prom 2019 trends!
1.) Glitter and Sparkle Fabrics
Seems like 2019 is the year for glitz and glam! We are seeing increasing demand for dresses with glittery fabrics and sparkly detailing head-to-toe. Typically, sequins would be the preference to achieve this fully sparkling look, but designs have become more creative with textures and detailing. Glitter and sparkle fabric dresses are a great choice if you want to stand out at your prom.
2.) Ombre Sequins
Can’t decide between two colors? This trend is perfect for you! Ombre sequined gowns are making a huge appearance in 2019 and we love it. Typically, the skirt of the gown starts off with one color and gradually gradients into another color creating a fun and spunky look. Ombre dresses are easy to accessorize since you have a range of colors to choose from.
Satin is a gorgeous and elegant fabric that mimics the texture and look of silk without the high cost. Satin has gained a lot of popularity in recent years and looks beautiful incorporated into a gown or as the gown’s main fabric. We love satin because it adds texture to a dress and creates a reflective illusion- which looks great in flash photos and different lighting.
4.) Laced Mesh
You’ve probably seen plenty of dresses with lace detailing or laced fabric, and you’ve probably seen mesh paneling on clothing, too. Now you can get the best of both worlds with laced mesh dresses! These dresses have mesh paneling that modestly show skin but with a lace detailing that adds an elegant twist to the mesh.