In a Rachel Allan prom dress, you will rule the dance!. Rachel Allan has hit it out of the ballpark again with her prom dress collections. All lines feature loads of rhinestone beadwork and crystal embellished gowns that are sure to get you noticed. You will razzle dazzle them in one of these ultra-glitzy dresses for the Junior-Senior dance.
The Princess Prom line has more unique cropped styles than anywhere else. In the collection you will find two-piece crop top sets, very popular at the Grammy's, as well as longer crops. One style features a bodice that sits just at the natural waistline with its matching skirt doing the same.
The result is just a slice of skin exposed at the waist, only when you move, giving an "is" it or "is it not" effect that will keep the dress code police ever guessing. Higher waisted skirts, like the floral print mermaid two-piece gown create long, lean torsos, when paired along with bralette style crop tops that sit lower on the midriff than a traditional bralette top.
Along with the traditional A-line silhouettes we we all know and love, there are also curvy fit-and-flare silhouettes in form fitting jersey knits that stretch and move with you while you rock it the entire night at your high school. The thigh high side slit featured on many styles is as functional as it is flattering, offering you ease of movement while you tear it up on the dance floor.
Halter and T-strap necklines show off the shoulders. Decadent taffeta creates stylized origami ruffles that make-up one styles curvy mermaid silhouette, topped off with a fitted bodice and head turning T-strap back, made to turn heads. There are so many unique looks in these fashion lines. And never before have we seen V straps, winding around the sides to meet a low back, for an such an eye catching finish.
Whimsical batik style beadwork and dot patterns and prints are one way to stand apart from the crowd. Or try a curvaceous mermaid silhouette to get the heads turning.
The Rachel Allan princess line features dresses with cool side cutouts along the waistline as well as the back, keyhole cutouts and every other kind of cutout you could imagine. If there was a way to add a little tease to her clothes, our favorite designer did it. She is so clever.>