5 Red Carpet Trends For Prom 2018

The 2017 Oscars is sure to go down in history as a stylish celebration. Perhaps the most stylish the film industry has yet to see. It was an entire series of firsts. From the first time a bus load of tourists was dropped off during a live feed to the first big blunger when the wrong film was announced as Best Picture.

But, all was not lost. In terms of fashion, the show was pretty much flawless, and there’s no doubt the collection of red carpet looks will influence the 2018 prom dress season. Here’s how you can pull off an Oscar-worthy look for your upcoming prom.

Opulent Gold
Gold dresses were seriously on point on the red carpet this year. Sometimes they were pleated, other times sequined, but they all echoed the gold-plated statues the winners walked away with. The colour tends to look sensational on a wide range of skin tones and goes with many hair colours, making it highly versatile. Shop for intricate gold prom dresses for 2018 at Peaches Boutique

Feathers and Fringes
Everyone from Emma Stone to the sensational Octavia Spencer were rocking dresses that were texturized with flirty feathers and fun fringes. Olivia Culp and Sophia Boutella followed the trend, too, and looked incredible, what’s more, fringe dresses offer a sort of olde-worlde glamour that is a hot look for prom season.

Solid White
White dresses are definitely not to be saved for weddings – not this prom season. White dresses are clean, bright, and perfect for prom. There were a few to ogle over at this year’s Oscars, like Hailee and Karlie’s ensembles or Naomi’s high-low sweetheart dress. A white prom dress works well with a range of different hairstyles and makeup, too.

Full Sleeves
This year saw some of the best actress nominees and even supermodels sporting a trend that’s worth taking note of, and that’s long sleeve dresses. These dresses are an amazing way to dress up for your formal event, and they’re incredibly sexy, too. Just look at the white long sleeve sparkly gown Chrissy Teigen wore.

Black and White
Black and white dresses are flattering and classic. This year, Michelle Williams and Emma Roberts rocked the look on the red carpet. Whether you prefer a lace bust or a halter-top dress, there’s really no way to get such a classic combo wrong. There’s plenty of choice on the rails, too.

With so much versatility this prom season, once you have chosen your dream dress, make sure you spend time picking out Oscar-worthy accessories to complete your red carpet look and you are sure to blow everyone away when you arrive for your prom. Oh, don’t forget to consider hair and makeup, too, and make sure the dress suits and flatters your body type. Happy shopping!

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