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Finding homecoming dresses to flatter through DressFirst

Published on July 24, 2013 – Twitter @fashionflu No Comment |

Homecoming DressesChoosing a homecoming dress should be fun and exciting, not stressful! When you and your friends are ready to shop for homecoming dresses, why not do so through DressFirst? With thousands of dresses at a variety of price points and styles, it’s easy to be the belle of the ball!

Whether you’re looking for something youthful and fresh or want a floor-length ball gown style, DressFirst has tons of options to choose from. Their site makes it easy to search for the gown of your dreams; you can search by silhouette, neckline, hemline, fabric, embellishment, color, and more! Not sure where to start? Here are some simple tips to help you find the best homecoming dress for your special night.

Some dresses are more flattering to certain body shapes. If you’re on the petite side, for example, a billowing ball gown can drown you in excess fabric, so a cocktail style can be more flattering. A one-shoulder style flatters everyone and is a nice alternative to a strapless gown if you have broad shoulders or just need a little extra support or coverage up top. An A-line or empire waist is also universally flattering.

A long dress is considered more formal than a short dress. If you’re going for major drama, you can’t beat a billowing train! But if you’re concerned about your dress interfering with dancing or if your homecoming will have a less formal setting, a cocktail length dress might be a better choice.

Balance accessories and embellishments. A heavily embellished gown will need little to no jewelry to create maximum drama. Consider something with an ornate embellishment on one shoulder or full-on glittering sequins. On the other hand, if you’ve already selected a very unique tiara or piece of jewelry, a simple gown can be the perfect background to show off a stunning piece.

If your dress has a lot of detailing on the back or around the neck and shoulders, consider wearing your hair up so everyone can see the embellishment. If you like the look of a strapless dress but want a little more coverage up top, wear your hair down—it’s a visual trick that makes your shoulders look less bare.

After you’re done shopping for homecoming dresses, don’t forget that DressFirst has tons of options for all of the other formal events in your life. Find wedding-worthy gowns, bridesmaid dresses, and dresses for any formal event such as an engagement party, graduation, or formal dinner! They have everything from simple black cocktail dresses to brightly colored and beaded floor-length gowns, so no matter the occasion, you’re sure to find a dress that you’ll love.

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