Blue Short Casual Dresses For Prom and Party

Blue Short Casual Dresses For Prom and Party

  1. Dusky Blue Lace Dress

    By spiritlivingfreedomlife
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    Lace dresses are breezy, flowy and are the backbone of a phenomenal evening look. On this certain blue lace dress, there is lining on the shell of the dress except on the sheer sleeves. It also has an unfinished eyelash trim at the bottom and on V-neck. The stretchy lining of the dress provides coverage on the cleavage. The dress provides a lightweight empire waist fit reminiscent of the Medieval era. The versatility of the dress allows wearing it with heels, open-toe shoes, mules or a pair of autumn boots. Pair it with a rib length long drop necklace, simple dainty stud or dangle earrings, one or two bracelets. An up-do with a comb barrette placed on either side, natural dewy makeup, a dark plum or smoky eye makeup would go well. The lace dress is a trendsetter and you will not see it going anywhere soon. The dress is from Modcloth.

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  2. Dolman Blue Pleated Dress

    By Lmbylupitamurillo
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    Who says Blue is only for men? It’s such a pretty color. It has always been and will remain trendy for long. This dress is a classy piece with pleated dolman (from Turkish dolman “robe”) sleeves. The bottom is like a pencil skirt that brings out the shape. It is both loose and tight at right places and together it looks so feminine and royal. What makes this dress stand out, is the belt highlighting the waistline. The fun part about this dress is the fact that you can wear this piece with almost any heels or flats. This dress is very versatile and easy to go. The pleated sleeves and the belt already makes the dress stand out so accessories would be too much. Definitely adding subtle pieces like a bracelet and rings would look great. Go light on makeup, use hair accessories like a headband or headpins to complete the look. Wear it to almost any occasion as it is so fun and playful be it prom, a date or office party.

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  3. Blue Cut-out Sleeves Dress

    By Ek’s
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    Looks good on Hourglass body type
    When you put on a blue dress it gives you comfort and confidence. It does not need any kind of layering under or beneath. Blue is a vibrant color and helps you calm and relaxes the soul. Its a perfect for summer when mixed with wedges and creamy white handbag. This particular straight dress fits all types of morphology. The African prints on the dress and cut on the sleeves make a great choice for those steamy date nights. Cape-shaped sleeves that resemble the wings of an angel. This dress looks exceptional with a pair of stiletto, wedges or heels and also open toes. Add a clutch and little pieces of jewelry like bracelets and rings for a glam look. This dress works great at a prom, a romantic date or a wedding party.

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  4. Denim Lace-detailed Flowy Dress

    By Pinay Wanderess
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    This light blue button-down cute short denim dress is a great choice for a more relaxed and sporty vibe. This is so casual and simple yet wearing it after a long day to an event like a party would be a great choice. Adding a belt, to the dress accentuates the waistline, the shoulders, and the legs. It’s flowy, edge and those little white lace details add an adorable and calm aura. The best part is one can play with the dress as they like. For a chilly evening, add an embellished cardigan over it. This looks lovely with high wedges, heels or nude ankle heels, mules. The one in the picture is yellow Charles and Keith wedges. The dress looks good with a ballerina, gladiator sandal or sneakers for best comfort. With brogues, it will look gorgeous too. Use any cute little purse, clutch or handbag. It looks great with a red and pink lipstick and subtle makeup. A pair of stud or dangling earrings and a nice statement ring complete the look. For hair, use a silk scarf as a headband and unfurl that cute casual look on a prom night or any other party.

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