2017 PROM DRESSES HAVE ARRIVED, LARGEST DESIGNER PROM STORE IN ENTIRE CENTRAL FLORIDA. AS OF JAN 16th WE WILL BE OPEN UNTIL 7PM MON - FRI
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We also will be featuring trunk shows this season, so we can continue to offer Orlando the largest selection of in stock dresses in the area! This means huge selection in-store and fast delivery when you order online. Prom is a big occasion and we want you to show up looking spectacular and unique, which is why we offer a dress registry for the surrounding areas. We also have a professional staff who are stylists, fashion designers, and makeup artists that can help you accessorize your look to make sure you show up to your prom feeling and looking spectacular!
In-Stock Ladies Designer Gowns
Sherri Hill Dresses
Tiffany Designs Prom Dresses
Tiffany Exclusive Prom Dresses
B'Dazzle Prom Dresses By Alyce
Rachel Allan Princess Prom Dresses
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La Femme Prom Dresses
Rachel Allan Dresses
Dave and Johnny Prom Dresses
Nina Canacci Prom Dresses
Studio 17 Dresses
We offer the lowest prices and also FREE GROUND USA SHIPPING
As an IPA retailer, you are assured to receive authentic designer dresses and not the knock off versions that are being circulated in online stores and yes even some actual store fronts! All designer websites, do take the time and list their authorized retailers that are allowed to sell their prom dresses, so double check before you make that purchase! Selecting your prom dress can be so much fun, let us help you make it a memorable one. We can offer you many looks: From elegant, sassy, chic, over the top, rockstar, short, long, ballgown, dramatic, flirty or romantic we have all the hottest and latest looks. Our 2016 designer dresses start at $249. If you are in the Orlando or Central Florida area, be sure to stop in as we are the largest designer prom store in the area.
Picking Your Perfect Top Prom DressSpring is right around the corner and for many teens, you know what that means! Itís time again for prom! Girls all over are flipping through magazines and looking at the trends on the runway to see what kind of dress they want to start shopping for. With so much to choose from these days, you may find it difficult to find a place to start. We can help you by guiding you in the right direction. By covering prom dress color, length, fabric, accessories and budget, weíll have you ready for your big night out in no time!
Color: By knowing whether your complexion goes best with cooler colors or warmer shades, you will be able to choose the right hue for you. If you have a warm complexion with golden undertones, you should stick with earthy colors like green, brown, orange, rose and gold. If your complexion is darker and look best in bright or icy colors, stick with a dress that comes in blue, black or white. There are always exceptions to this rule, so go with what you get the most compliments in.
Length: You should foremost choose the length of your dress based on what youíre comfortable in. it doesnít matter if you look stunning in a dress; people will always notice when youíre uncomfortable. If youíre on the shorter side, choose a dress thatís short as long styles swallow you. If youíre tall (lucky you!), then you can wear any length. A note to plus-sized girls: Show off your legs! Many times, larger girls wear way too much fabric, and itís time they start showing a little leg.
Fabric: Itís surprising how much the fabric of a prom dress can affect whether or not it looks good on you. Satin is a very tricky fabric as it clings to everything! Pantylines are visible and all of your curves are completely outlined. Wear it with caution. Tulle and ruffles are the way to go if youve always dreamed about being a prima ballerina. However, they can look out of place on some. If youíre going for a chicer look, we have plenty of Hollywood styles too. Colors like black and white and more fitted bodices provide a classic movie star appearance that will steal the show.
Accessories: Accessories can make or break an outfit. If your dress is busy and loud, keep the dress (and the hair) simple. Otherwise you may look like a blinking billboard advertisement. Simple dresses can afford more accessories, but donít overdo it. Itís not necessary to have bracelets, a necklace, rings and a hair ornament. For a look that pops, choose one piece of statement jewelry (like a sparkling hair clip or statement necklace) that focuses the outfit.
Budget: By far one of the most important factors when looking at prom dresses is budget. While you donít have to spend a fortune on a prom dress, you may want to invest wisely if you feel like you will wear it again. Always make sure you have money left for a handbag, heels and jewelry.