Monday, 1 October 2012

Sweet & Short Party Dresses

When it comes to choosing a party dress I tend to go for the very feminine and flirty designs, and also, because I`m so short I usually stick to short dresses.
These dresses from House of Fraser are some of my personal favourites from their collection. They`re sweet, versatile, and lightweight -the type of dress you feel comfortable wearing all night.
As you can see I`ve been picking only those with a fit & flare style also known as ‘prom dresses’ because I think they are perfect for a night out dancing without having to constantly pull down your skirt or dress on the dance floor just so you won`t flash anyone. Also they accentuate your waist which is always a big bonus.
The golden sequined dress and the burgundy & black embellished one shoulder dress are my two favourites solely for the fact that at the moment I have a crush on sequins, embellishments, and burgundy. I find the sweetheart and the one shoulder design very sexy but without going over the top.
Actually, I wouldn`t really mind if ALL these dresses just teleported themselves in my wardrobe and spare me the mental torture of making just one decision.

And if of course, prom dresses aren`t your thing, House of Fraser has loads of different style of dresses from maxis to LBDs, plus size dresses, or wedding dresses. I always thought that more importantly than keeping up with the trends is to find something that suits your body and that you feel most comfortable in.
In today`s environment of fast fashion, trends come and go in the blink of an eye and it may be hard sometimes to keep up with everything that`s going on. This is why, if you`re unsure, it`s best to stick to a classic design you love.
House of Fraser has a HUGE selection for any occasion so there is something for any taste and size.

For which style do you usually go for when shopping for party dresses?

P.S. I don`t think I ever mentioned the word "dress" so many times in one post! My English teacher wouldn`t have been pleased.

Alina Anghel.xx
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1 comment:

  1. Oh wow, this looks like a fun exhibition! I love the costumes, they're gorgeous. 1950’s dresses