What to wear to your Summer Ball?
Are you at student at uni and too busy studying for exams or partying and too hungover in the day to look for your perfect summer ball dress to WOW your crush? Lucky for you Girl Meets Dress has composed a list for you to stand out from the crowd and have your Cinderella without breaking the bank.
Can’t decide Â to if you want a short dress or long dress? Well this grey gown is both, being shorter at the front to show off your legs, but also long in the back, to keep it formal enough. Borrowed and worn by Louise on Made in Chelsea. The key to a truly enchanting evening is the perfect gown. Unique’s faille design is finished with a sheer tulle. The cutaway front reveals a frothy underlay, perfect for showing off statement heels.
Create a glamorous look at your parties this season with this yellow and black strapless gown Â by ARIELLA. The Gigi bandeau jacquard dress is a beautiful shape with its dazzling full skirt -both romantic and modern. Worn with simple accessories this dress will be all you need to wow!
This glamorous and intricately embellished gown by AriellaÂ is stunningly beautiful. With clever seam details cut to flatter the body creating a sensational dress fit for the red carpet. As worn by Corrie’s Michelle Keegan who stole the show at the British Soap Awards winning “Sexiest Female.”
Want to go simple, but seductive? Slip on this velvet maxi dress from Alexander Wang. This long silhouette of shimmering velvet gives your evening look an extra seductive edge. Team with a blazer or leather jacket and either strappy sandals or ankle boots. As worn in silver byÂ Zoe Kravitz at the Premiere of “X-Men: First Class.
Red is such a great colour to choose for a black tie event. Rent this dressÂ for a modern glamour statement at your next special soiree. The beautiful fabric is adorned with beading.Keep accessories minimal.
If you still canâ€™t decide on what to wear? Email: Enquires@girlmeetsdress.com for more styling advice, for the your Summer Ball.
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