April 21 2016
At the junior prom you will usually find a mixture of long and short dresses with several in-between. This is a far cry in many ways from the senior prom. The senior prom is by nature a bit more formal if for no other reason than the senior year is the last chance for these students to come together for this type of event. The color of the dress, shoes, bag, and other accessories should all complement long beaded prom dresses. If you already have shoes of a particular color picked out, either go with a dress with a matching color or a dress with a neutral color. Turn something simple into something that is unforgettable!
Dress length: 17" (Waist to hem)
Shown in: Navy
Party with sophistication in Sherri Hill 1938.
This magnificent cocktail dress showcases a high neckline with short sleeves.
The form fitting bodice is embellished with dazzling beadwork that continues over clear lining, adding jazz and flair to this piece.
Stunningly cut above the knee, the light skirt emphasizes the legs.
Dress length: 15" (Waist to hem)
Shown in: Jade
Party in style as you dance the night out in Sherri Hill 1957.
This cocktail dress showcases a high scoop neckline of sheer fabric extending through the back that creates a small keyhole detail at the center.
Contrasting vine-like embellishments heavily adorn the sheer fabric, perfectly hugging the entire outfit over nude lining.
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