Carrying off the red color is not an easy task. It can make you look sexy and charming, but you need to have the self confidence to wear this color with style and elan. If you think you can then here are some red prom dresses that are sure to have you floored.
Interesting Red Prom Dress
Short Red Dresses
Wear a short, maroon or even burgundy red short, sweetheart neckline, cocktail dress to look eye-catching and gorgeous. Add a beaded work on one side of your dress to add that shine. If you want to look flirty then wear a brighter red. Wear it short with a ruffled ballerina skirt to make it even more appealing. Look confident and smart in a short dress with a low V-neck cut and an open back. Accentuate the empire waistline by encrusting with jewels.
You could even wear a rosy red strapless dress with either a ruffled skirt or a layered A-line skirt and a wide embroidered empire waist band. A short, one shoulder, jewelled cocktail is also sure to make all heads turn. Who said you have to be in all red? Wear a chic red and black floral appliquéd short dress with a spaghetti strap and a lace at the waist. Be your fashionable best in a short, one shoulder, ruby red, cocktail dress with ruffled front. It’s simple and yet smart and stylish.
Long Red Dresses
Look your feminine best in a one shoulder, sweetheart neckline, long, chiffon red gown. Either keep it simple with a little sequin work on the bottom or make it more dramatic by adding a floral appliquéd asymmetrical sash. Make it sexier by adding a slit too! You will look equally dazzling in a red, satin, empire waistline gown with a V-necked, beaded bodice and a long cascading train. Show off your back by keeping it low cut.
Are you daring enough to bare quite a bit? Then wear a shimmering wine red, sequinned gown with a low plunging V-neckline and a slim fitting skirt with a side slit. If you are planning a red carpet entrance then strapless fiery red mermaid gown in velvet. Accentuate your bust line with a thin silver sash to contrast the red color. A satin sequinned red dress with a pleated bodice cascading down from the center is a sexy dress to opt for. Keep the layered skirt cut high in the front and form a train in the back.
If you have been working really hard to flaunt your body on the prom night then wear a deep red, satin, stunningly open backed, open side with a one shoulder gown. Let it have an asymmetrical neckline and a daring side slit too! Dazzle and accentuate your hips with sequin work near it. Planning a seductive look? Then wear a delicate bead worked light rosy red chiffon gown with a low cut halter neckline and a daringly open back with a lot of jewelled and crystal work. You could even try a more elegant, full length, strapless, flowing ball gown with a metallic painted bodice.