3 Best Features in a Semi Formal DressSemi formal dresses
are the core of every woman's party wardrobe. Whether it's a dance, sorority or fraternity social, cocktail party, dance, sweet sixteen or school or work event, you can pull out a short dress for all kinds of occasions. Style it right, and you're set to succeed anywhere! Here's three things to consider when you're purchasing a semi formal dress:
1) Be ready to move! Unlike long formal dresses, when one might be sitting on a throne :) or greeting a reception line, semi formal dresses should be ready to jump into the cab or limo, move on the dance floor, and keep going for hours.LaFemme's short beaded sweetheart dress
is ready to go wherever you take it! The layered chiffon skirt swishes while you move while spaghetti straps keeps it all in place. The beaded bodice pumps up the glamour, and the juxtaposition of smooth and sparkle is eye catching.
Available in a rainbow of colors, this semi formal dress is definitely ready to go!
2) Think sophisticate. Even if you're all about romance, ideally you'd like to wear a semi formal dress more than once! Styles that seem adorable when you're 18 may seem childish when you're 20.
Atria has a beautiful, elegant ruched semi formal dress
that is sexy and sophisticated. The decorative three "ray" straps are anchored by a beaded embellishment, adding a special touch to the classic strapless dress.
3) Remember your budget. You don't need to spend a wad in order to look great (unless you want to!). Satin and chiffon wisps gracefully in this empire waist spaghetti strap dress
priced just under $100. The wide satin sash ties just below the bust, which is made of gathered chiffon. The skirt plays off both of these materials, creating a semi formal dress that can rock all kinds of special occasions.
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? Check out the link and find your perfect budget priced dress.
Keep these three considerations in mind while shopping for semi formal dresses
and have fun deciding!
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