Monday, March 4, 2013

Would You Wear an Appliqué Prom Dress

Appliqués have been a part of fashion embellishment for decades. Also, they have gone through different transformations and have come in different style. While for spring 2013, appliqués have taken prom dresses to a whole new level. Whether gathered fabric bunches or real lace appliqués stitched onto the garment, this trend can match an individual's personal style to see. Below, we've selected several iconic appliqué prom dresses from DressilyMe.com, just scroll on down to check them out!

1. Lace Appliqués Chiffon Dress


This amazing dress is made of chiffon and lace, featuring jewel neckline and ruffled bodice. It comes in pleated floor-length skirt. The delicate beadings and beautiful appliqués decorate the dress.

2. Mermaid Prom Dress with Appliqués


Another appliqué style you can see more of is material that features beading. This prom dress features strapless neckline and ruched bodice. The level back is zipper style. The appliqués stitching on the dress are big, bold and shimmery with beadings.

3. Slit Prom Dress with Lace Appliqués


Featuring an eye-catching appliqué bodice and a thigh slit, this prom dress is all over chic and fabulous for girls to wear to any formal occasion. The sweetheart bodice is tulle with beadings and lace appliqués, while the slit skirt is made of charmeuse.

4. Tulle Short Dress with Appliqués


This homecoming dress features strapless neckline in A-line silhouette. The top and handmade flowers are made of satin, while the skirt is tulle fabric. At the side waist, there is handmade flower as the decoration, while the lace appliqués decorated the skirt.

5. Lace Appliqué Ball Gown


Fitted ball gown is strapless with sweetheart neckline. The appliqués decorate the bodice follows the ball skirt with the lace-up closure to complete the look.

What Do You Think?

Would you wear an appliqués prom dress? Which piece above is your favorite? Do you own any lace appliqué clothing? Share your fashion view with us in the comment.

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