Celebrity-Inspired Prom Styles

Celebrity-Inspired Prom Styles
by Cassandra Morris

It’s awards season, and our favorite celebs are traipsing up and down the red carpet in a new gown nearly every weekend. It’s the perfect time to start looking for prom dress inspiration!

David’s Bridal has a ton of dazzling prom dresses that look like they were ripped straight from Hollywood closets. Here are my favorites.

Dream of dressing like a fairytale princess à la Taylor Swift? This floor-length ball gown boasts a flattering sweetheart neckline, a ruched empire sash that will accentuate your waist, and just enough shimmer to make it sweet and sassy at the same time. Taylor is all about neutral colors that sparkle, just like this dress!

Demi Lovato has been flaunting her gorgeous curves all over Hollywood. At the People’s Choice Awards, she strutted in a floor-length peach gown with silver embellishments, similar to this David’s Bridal style. Match this dress with a pair of silver heels and drop earrings to copy Demi.

I’d be a little liar if I said I didn’t admire Lucy Hale’s red carpet style. Lucy is known for sporting adorable black frocks on the red carpet that are anything but basic. Her eye-catching dresses are encrusted with sequins and beads, have dramatic hemlines and always gleam under the Hollywood lights. Pair this DB style with sky-high black pumps to copy Lucy’s wardrobe.

Just like a classic Hollywood film, this dress has it all: beads, sequins, chiffon and an air of glamorous sophistication while showing just enough skin. This dress is for any girl who wants to make a show-stopping entrance at prom. No matter which way the camera is pointed, it’s sure to catch some of your shine.

Celeb stylists know that shoes can truly bring an outfit together. The secret? Make sure they’re embellished with a little something that plays off your dress, like rhinestones. They’ll give you extra height and extra detail!

Happy prom shopping!

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