Everybody is anticipating the high school prom season. Cass is a sophmore at a local high school this year. She said that the girls from her school have been shopping for the right dress for quite some time. Watching the 2005 Oscar ceremony helped them get some new ideas on what types of dresses and color they're going to shoot for.
Think again if you thought that the glamorous dresses and gowns displayed on the red carpet did not have any impact on the zillions of choices teens will be making this prom season. Yes, parents will help them select the perfect dress. Most likely, you will see them going to the local malls and cruising shopping centers with a confidante, an older sister who has a good taste and teen designer.
Based on the research conducted by AllPromDresses
and other teen surveys, more parents and teens are looking for knock-off of the dresses worn by Natalie Portman and Charlize Theron. School principals may not have much to worry about this year as the cycle of taste changed once again. Girls are looking for luxurious, glamorous -not sexy, decolte, skin-showing gowns- this year. That does not exclude strapless or spaghetti strap dresses are out. Most school guidelines don't have anything against them. After all, they compliment and highlight the young ladies' neck and face. Think again about this year's oscar ceremony and the red carpet!
Suffice to say that there will always be a few rebels who will test the school's chaperones and principals' nerves. Female teens will spend up to $500 on the right dress while males will try to get the top tickets of the town. They will also save for their limo ride and restaurant extravaganza. What's a prom without memories? Both genders will spend a good portion of their budget on a good photographer and video professional.
Based on the searches by teens from all over the nation, bright colors are in this year. Think about yellow, orange, and purple. Girls will be princesses this year. They'll want the ball room look or the Cinderella's complete turn-around beauty.