#WWTBIW | If TBI Went To Prom…

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We’ve always dreamed of that perfect guy asking us to prom, searching for our dream dress, a limousine picking us up and escorting us to the ball.

But even though we can’t, we’re going to pretend we can. In this edition, we share with you the dresses we would wear if we went to prom, courtesy of Victoria’s Dress.

Anisha: Peek-a-Boo Oomph

This gorgeous satin sheath dress reflects my personality like a mirror. It is the perfect mix of classy and sexy: the figure-hugging bodice, floor-length body and thigh-high slit compliment each other and establish this balance. The sequins make this dress glamorous and prom-worthy. I am totally obsessed with jewel tones right now because they work wonderfully with my dark skin, which is why I chose this dress in a royal blue and teal green color.

Think this dress screams YOU? You can find it here–>

Sheath/Column Sweetheart Sleeveless Elastic Woven Satin Prom Dress With Sequins

Ruchi: Egyptian Goddess

This beautiful white A-line dress is perfect for me because it’s a lovely blend of modest and fancy. I love the beaded bodice, especially because I could avoid wearing any jewelry and still rock this dress. The chiffon makes the dress very flirty and free-flowing.  The neckline is such that you don’t have to worry about the straps falling off or any sort of wardrobe malfunction and that is one of the most important reasons why I chose this dress. The back is fantastically shaped and gives the wearer’s body a brilliant form.  If you’re girly and don’t like to work hard on dressing up an outfit for prom then this is the dress for you.

Think this oh-so- cinderella like dress should be yours? Find it here —>

A-line Bateau Sleeveless Chiffon Prom Dresses/Evening Gowns With Beading

Sindhu: Navy Blue Wonder

I’m inadvertently drawn to navy blue prom dresses. The colour and the detailing on the dress go perfectly well together: just the right mix of elegance and sparkle. I’m very attracted to dark colours, and this dress intensified my attraction. The fact that it is knee-length and made of chiffon also works positively for the wearer, because it’s light and breezy, hence perfect to dance around in on your special night. I especially loved the sweetheart neckline as it’s very flattering, and goes really well with the beading on the chest. What’s also good about this is that one doesn’t need to accessorize much as the dress does most of the talking.

In short, if I were to attend a prom, I would want a dress that looks both classy and has just the right amount of oomph to make me feel like the star of the night. This dress fits the bill and I would love to flaunt it.

Think you’d love to go to prom in this navy blue wonder? Find it here —>

A- line Sweetheart neckline Navy Blue Prom Dress

Ritu: Prom Queen

I pick clothes that I feel most comfortable in but at the say time I keep in mind my personal style .This dress has as classic prom queen vibe and A-line cut. I chose a short dress because its flows beautifully and gives you room to dance in. However, prom for me would be a big deal and that’s why I chose  dress that would make me stand out of the crowd. The sequins are loud and out-there, but they add the perfect amount of drama for this glamorous night.

If you’ve always dreamt of being prom queen, pick up unique prom dresses here–>

A-line Sweetheart Tulle Gold Cocktail Dress With Sequins
Disclaimer: This post is sponsored by Victoria’s Dress; all opinions stated are our own.

2 Comments Add yours

  1. beautiful dresses , described beautifully!!!!!

    1. Anisha Prabhu says:

      A huge thank you from all of us! 🙂

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