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New prom rules of girls' prom & cocktail dresses tips.
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Prom Dress Rules: High Schools Ban Sexy Gowns Prom is supposed to be a fairy tale evening, and some teenage girls (and boys) spend their entire senior year dreaming about it. It really would be an unforgettable night if you were turned away at the door for wearing an unacceptable dress. The Wall Street Journal reports that high schools across the country are tightening their rules about what constitutes overly provocative excessive prom dresses in response to more and more girls pushing the envelope with micro-minis, cut outs, and plunging necklines such as the ones seen in our slideshow. Trend watchers attribute the upsurge in revealing gowns to television shows such as "Dancing with the Stars" and Hollywood stars' sexy red carpet looks.
What can and what can not Administrators at the school have put together a twelve-page power-point presentation with close-cropped images to show students exactly what the rules are. "Words don't mean much to them," says Lee. Other schools are using posters and illustrated handouts. Proper White Cocktail Dresses It can not be short, can not be sheer and can not be bare. And it it lovely, sweet and beautiful for girls.
Nowadays, girls love to choose some sexy dresses as some important occasional gowns like the cocktail parties, prom nights or homecoming days. But some naked or bare gowns are really not fit for the homecoming gowns or your cocktail dresses. You can be lovely, sweet and romantic by wearing some beautiful chic cocktail pieces to show off your inner personality, other than the sheer clothes.
Bad Examples NO Too low Too short Too sultry
Mori Lee Designs No way Too low Racy slit
Elegant prom dresses • Typical prom dress fails include gowns that are shorter than three inches above the knee, have low backs, are sheer, or have thigh-bearing slits. • Chaperones will be on the lookout for sneaky teens trying to skirt the regulations. Ginger Lawrence an assistant principal in Lee County High School in Leesburg, Georgia, plans to bring a ruler and ask girls to measure themselves if their hemline appears to be cut too high above the knee. Sunnyvale High School, which is located outside of Dallas, Texas, enforces a dress code that clearly states that fabric inserts may not be sewn or pinned on a gown-since girls are known to rip them out once they make it into the dance. • Boys aren't off the hook either. The Journal reports that most schools ban jeans, baggy pants, hats, and sneakers at prom.