Le 11 juillet 2016, 04:24 dans Humeurs • 0
Are you ready to choose your 2016 Popular Homecoming Dresses? With these tips to guide you, you'll be the envy of the girls at the dance because every male eye will be on you. Do a dry run! Please, with your headpieces! Homecoming Dress Stores Make sure you bring photos/ideas of what you like as well as what you don't, so your stylist understands the look you are going for. Once you have your desired look take lots of detailed notes and photos. Be sure to get all angles of your hair and close-ups of your makeup, especially your eyes. This will give your hair and make-up stylists a virtual cheat sheet of what was created and replicating it will be a snap. This will alleviate a lot of stress for you on your special day. If you want to look taller, thinner and longer wear your hair up. There are so many beautiful hair accessories, but my favorite is the Hydrangea flower clips by Tasha, $38.00 at Homecoming Dresses 2014. They come in white, purple, pale pink, fuchsia or light blue. Try a soft chignon with two clips across the top. It's an explosion of petals...OH so soft and girly!
Accessories...jewelry, shoes...Jewelry - there are so many options today. Jewelry is another element of your ensemble that really is a reflection of you and your style. Classic is simple pearls. But today with fashion jewelry being everywhere and extremely in style you can opt for more dramatic and non-classic options. The key to jewelry is focus on one element as the wow piece, such a necklace. Then have the other pieces such as earrings, bracelet and/or rings be its compliment. You don't want to look like a little girl playing Homecoming Dresses-up in your mother's jewelry box.
Shoes - most brides wear floor length gowns, so don't worry so much about your shoes...The only time anyone will see them is if you do the garter thing. I recommend simple, pretty but most importantly, comfortable. It is a long day for uncomfortable shoes. Oh and do wear them around the house before the wedding to break them in, it will make a huge difference. The best advice I can give you is to try on as many Pink Homecoming Dresses you can! All styles, cuts and fabrics. Go outside your safe zone; try on...try on...try on. You will find the "this is it!" Homecoming Dresses, I promise.