Apart from the style of your prom dress, the color is the most important decision to make.
It might sound stupid, but you may well already know which colors suit you the best.
Look at what you tend to pick for yourself, and focus on the pieces you like to be seen
in the most. These are usually the ones that get the most compliments when you wear them.
Amazing colors on amazing dresses are amazing.
There are sophisticated color consultants out there who talk about finding your right s
eason or area of the color wheel that contains the colors that suit you the best.
These can help you, but as there are lots of different systems out there,
make sure you find advice that is cohesive within an approach, i.e.
follow it through from start to finish as they do differ from each other.
White prom dresses should be more attractive among these dresses.
There are different shades of cream and white –
don’t think that if one white piece of clothing looks good on you,
they all will.
It’s really important to hold the fabric against your skin and
see whether it makes your skin glow with health or makes you look sickly pale.
And remember – just one spot on that prom dress will show.
When it comes to prom dresses,
the fabric, color saturation, shine or matt fabric effects,
accessories etc all make a difference.
What finding the right color for your prom dress really boils down to is this:
A color that really suits you makes you look healthy and brings out all
of your best features. If you compare it with a color that really doesn’t suit you,
you can see a real difference. If you hold up a color against you skin and it
washes you out, or makes you look sallow and unhealthy,
it simply isn’t for you, no matter how lovely the dress design is.
Of course, shopping prom dresses is not very easy. When you’re out shopping
for your prom dress, ask to be able to try it on somewhere that has natural daylight – if it’s a shop, ask if they have a mirror they can carry to near the shop window
so you can see yourself in natural light, rather than just looking in the changing room.