The two-piece dress is a must in every girl’s wardrobe because it can be used on many occasions. Usually, they show formality as well as femininity and style of each one, especially if you select one for your prom party. However, you have to choose the two piece prom dress according to your figure and take advantage of being a versatile garment to combine with many accessories that will change the look that combine with it.
Importance of choosing the correct two-piece dress
Choosing a versatile two-piece prom dress is essential especially today when finances force us to cut spending on clothing and footwear as well as accessories. Choosing one from the Jovani collection is a long-term saving because it will stay in good condition for longer than a cheap one. It is also essential that it is of color and adaptable material, that is to say in black, blue, brown, white and beige, you can recycle it in seasons, you can combine it in a thousand ways and with many pieces of clothing, and you can still wear the parts of one with other. As for the material, some are decidedly summery and other winters but you will always find those that adapt to both seasons due to its high quality.
Take advantage of the two-piece suit to favor your figure
Basic: if you are a little chubby, take advantage of those that have jackets that reach the hip and a straight cut, that fits perfectly in width as long, not loose or tight but the perfect cut especially in dark colors and without ornaments with large buttons that make amplitude to the figure. While if you’re thin, the light shades of blues and brown come fabulous, as well as clear white, electric color like the Blue Print Two-Piece Sleeveless Prom Ballgown 60570.
If you are tall wear long pants just covering the shoe and if you are short sleeve covers the high heels that you will wear, or the long pants make you taller.
Choosing the dress also depends on the event where you are going to use it, nobody said that only a high-level executive could boast of one, any girl willing to forge a winning image can use one, especially for prom. Dresses very formal but with a touch of modernity combined with contrasting blouses pastel colors for executives in high positions as assistants president, secretaries of management, business advisers. Two-piece prom dresses more relaxed can be labeled with more “bohemian” jackets for those who are on the lookout in the world of fashion.
Sometimes a tailored suit of two pieces can only be for girls who want to look too formal but not necessarily, it is only necessary to make some small adjustments to be able to use it and be part of this current trend that is becoming stronger every day. The key is to find entertaining ways to combine it and thus make the look that looks more modern and worthy of use for any prom night.
These simple tips for when you are going to choose a two-piece prom dress:
- Mix and match
A two-piece prom dress does not have to mean that it matches from head to toe. Instead, try to mix two pieces with similar prints, make your outfit that feels effortless but complete for example with the Navy Nude Embellished Bodice Two Piece Pageant Dress 46074.
- Forget about traditional colors
Traditional thinking says you should not use colors that are next to each other on the color wheel, but that’s not only outdated, but it’s also just wrong. Discard the rule and adopt one of the most current color combinations of the game at this time such as green and yellow or fuchsia with red.
- Cancel the formality with the accessories
There is a two-minute trick to make the two-piece dress feel more casual instantly: go directly to the accessories. Instead of smart shoes, try a casual pair of white sneakers when you go dancing. Not only will it be more comfortable, but the shoes will compensate for the structure of a tailored suit, which will make you look immediately more relaxed.
- Add color
While tradition may hold that suits must be combined with a classic white or blue top, there is no reason for it to be so. Combine a more muted costume with vivid colors in the layers below.