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  • Prom Trend 2014: Asymmetrical Lines in Formal Gowns

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    February 27th, 2014Alanna NelsonDresses, Our Fashion Choice, Prom Trends
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    It started bubbling up five years ago in the form of one shoulder dresses: the asymmetrical trend.

    Fashion’s love affair with asymmetry interprets itself all over the prom dress for 2014. Designers played with cut outs, texture, beading, and prints for fresh new formal dresses this season.

    Shop Faviana PromGirl buying strapless asymmetrical cut out gowns

    Faviana’s strapless gown with asymmetrical cut out

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    Sexy sheer panels in a long formal dress from Night Moves

    Buy Blush asymmetrical beaded prom dresses from PromGirl

    Beads: Asymmetrical  negative space adds an extra current to this sparkling dress. Sheer panels, beads and asymmetrical inserts combine for a gorgeous evening dress from Blush.

    Shop PromGirl asymmetrical trend long prom dresses

    Flirt plays the asymmetrical trend with sheer panels, print and slit.

    Prints: Flirt’s long prom dress features a print that finishes at one long, sexy slit.

    To me, the asymmetrical trend reflects our time. It isn’t a flash in the night, as some predicted when the one shoulder dress sauntered down the runway. Designers express optimism by creating these looks that refute balance and symmetry. It’s a sign of hope that we can adapt to our future, recognizing that we’re entering a new age. It certainly looks great in these formal dresses. What do you think? Will you show the world you’re ready for the challenge by wearing a prom dress with the asymmetrical trend?

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