The first “serious” fashion dilemma one can have is probably prom related. A season for high school prom definitely means some dress-related anxiety and sometimes even some big fashion fails. It has been years since my high school prom and I must definitely say that (at least in our country) prom-fashion has made a huge step forward. You see less and less gaudy and shiny (plastic-like) dresses, more girls are mainly looking for a dress they could actually wear on other occasions as well (a prom dress shouldn’t be stuffed in the attic like your grandma’s wedding dress). On the other hand I always get a few “what to wear” questions in my inbox, so I teamed up with a brand called Max&Co. to share some trendy, but different prom dress choices.
The first one being a relatively simple, yet romantic dress in a powdery-rose shade. Its biggest advantage is the fact that it can look great on anyone (A-shaped dresses are extremely flattering to most body types). Knee length is just about perfect for wearing on different occasions as well (such as weddings or other celebrations). The collar with lace detailing is detachable and adds a nice preppy, but romantic touch to the whole outfit. Since the colour is in the “neutral spectrum”, you can get away with wearing accessories and shoes in almost any colour – I decided to go for a coral purse and dark blue sandals with gold detailing to make a statement.
photo: Domen Blenkuš
location: Grand Hotel Union, Ljubljana