A-Line prom dress and ballroom gowns
An A line prom dress, also known as a princess dress, flares up to the hemline, narrowing down close to the waist, forming an A shape and fits the entire body. A ballroom gown is designed to have a large skirt, billowing from your waist and extending till the ankles or the mid calf. You could include a fitted waist with a top, or the top may be in the corset type.
High-low prom dresses made from chiffon and lace-covered dress
High-low dresses meander down to the hemline, meaning they're long at certain points and short at others. When you want to wear a dress that perfectly reveals your figure, you may consider wearing a sheath prom outfit that clings to your body. A lace covered dress usually has satin or a similar material underside the lace, forming the upper layer. Chiffon dresses have the appearance of the graceful night gowns sported by the Roman or Greek women. This long dress flows down the hips to the ankles and looks excellent on nearly any figure.
One-Shoulder, Baby Doll and Sleeveless Gowns
As the name indicates, one shoulder dress comes with just one strap and the other one remains without sleeve. Generally, these are long and graceful gowns. You can also get totally strapless prom dresses or gowns for formal occasions. You may or may not wear a wrap or jacket with it. Usually, a baby doll dress is exceptionally short and looks cute. It has a high waistline in the middle, fitting in the top and flowing at its base. The baby doll dress typically comes with a belt or a ribbon tied in the region of the stomach to give it the desired look.
Halter, Golden Glamour, and Modest Prom Dresses
The looks of a halter prom dress are akin to a halter top around its sleeves and the rest running toward your knees. Usually, its length is just short of your knees, giving it the looks of a high-low dress around the hemline. The golden glamour outfit is typically gleaming gold that looks like attire in the "Hollywood" design. A modest prom dress looks beautiful and modest in its simple design, which covers all, yet adds a touch of sophistication and classiness to the wearer.
Styles of Sleeves
Cup sleeves are small enough to cover just the shoulder and the upper arm. The design of Juliet sleeves makes them puffy on the shoulder and taper down to the wrist. Many may start beneath the shoulders to give the looks of 'hang off' shoulders. Thin straps without sleeves are called spaghetti straps.