Learn How To Accessorize Your Senior Prom Dress

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After you have chosen your gown for your senior prom, you will want to accessorize it. When you add just the right finishing touches, then you’ve really created a great look for your prom night. You can have the most beautiful gown, but it will look lost if not part of a full ensemble. Once you learn how to accessorize your senior prom dress, you’ll have just the right look.
Accessorizing may actually take you longer than choosing the prom dress, because you have more decisions to make. You’ll have to consider your choices in six categories: hair, jewelry, makeup, purse, shoes, and your corsage. These accessories need to all work with each other, not just with the gown.
You have two main choices to make regarding your hairstyle. First, you want to decide on the actual style of the evening. The other question is whether you’ll add any decorative hair clips or jewelry directly in your hair. As for the style, select one that doesn’t look like your everyday hair. A professional may be especially helpful here.
Whether you want to add any decorative hair jewelry will depend on whether the style you choose will look better with one and how much other jewelry you plan to wear. All your jewelry choices should be guided by how fancy your gown is. If you dress has a lot of applique, metallic shine, or other type of decoration, you probably want less sparkle in your accessories.
When you select your makeup for the evening, you can use much of the hair advice here as well. Make it special; don’t just copy your typical daily makeup. You might also want to get some instruction before prom night from a professional. As for the color scheme of your make up – since you chose a gown color based what flatters your complexion, choose your makeup colors based on your gown. Then it will all flow.
When you select shoes, you do want the color to work with your dress color, but the most important consideration is your hem length. If your gown hem hits the floor, you can get away with a simpler, perhaps lower heeled shoe. However, an open toe style can be nice since it let’s your toes poke out of the bottom of your gown. Whatever the length of your dress, make sure the height of the heel is one you can handle.
Judge the level of decoration your purse should have the same you are your jewelry. Look at how busy your gown is and how much other jewelry you’ll be wearing. The size of your purse should generally not be any larger than you need; you don’t want it weigh you down.
Lastly, never forget that you will be getting a corsage to wear from your date. So all your accessory choices should be made with that fact in mind. To help your date make the best choice, do let him know the color and design of your gown.
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