Last week we mentioned how popular Hi-Lo dresses have become this year. There are so many different hi-lo styles to choose from for casual or formal wear. If you want to show some leg in a hi-lo dress style, make sure you check out all of the different options available first. There are hi-lo dresses with large ruffled skirts, slim flowy skirts, and separate train skirts. Make sure you have a chance to see all of the different Hi-Lo styles before you pick your Homecoming or Prom dress!
Hi-Lo Dresses for Homecoming 2012
Since the end of last year, hi-low dresses have been trending worldwide. These flirtatious frocks feature a circular hemline that hangs low in the back and high (usually above knee level) in the front. Since this style allows your legs some freedom, it’s perfect for a day strolling around town or a night on the dance floor.
Hi-lo dresses have become a popular summer trend for casual wear and have been spotted on celebs walking the red carpet at formal events. The hi-lo skirt is so versatile it seems wearable for any occasion. A simple hi-lo dress with a belt can be worn with sandals and a floppy beach hat for a glamorous summer look, while a frivolous version with a bit more flair can be paired with sexy stilettos for any formal event.
If you’re a fan of the hi-lo dress trend, there’s no doubt you’ll need the best style this Fall. In order to rock this look for Homecoming 2012, make sure you find the perfect fit for you. If you want to show off a lot of leg, aim for a hi-low dress with a ruffled skirt, which will act like an elaborate frame as you strut your stuff. Going for a simpler, more classic look? Check out an A-Line hi-lo dress that hangs delicately from your body.
When it comes to accessorizing your hi-lo dress for Homecoming it’s all about the shoes. The raised hem at the front of dress means your shoes will definitely get noticed. Make sure you pick a pair of high heels that fits you well and goes well with your dress. Try to match the color of your hi-lo dress or find something complimentary. Silver, black, or gold styles are usually a great choice, depending on the color of your gown.
This Homecoming season hi-lo dresses will become the most sought after dresses. It's always tough picking out a Homecoming dress, having to choose between Prom Styles and less formal cocktail dresses. With a hi-lo dress, you get the best of both worlds, in a style that's formal and fun. The unique trend is hard to find though, so if you’re looking for a hi-lo dress that will turn heads at Homecoming 2012, you’d better start looking now!
Homecoming 2012: Start Shopping Online!
Styles for Fall Homecoming Dress collections have been hitting the inter-webs since the day Prom season ended. With months until the next school year even begins, it seems that dress shopping this summer is a little farfetched, but think again! Shopping for a Homecoming dress now means more widespread style and size selections for girls out there looking for their dream gowns.
The 2012 Homecoming season will be draped in lace, and a lot of sparkle! For your dance this fall you might want to wear a short dress, and save the floor-length ones for Prom in 2013. Short cocktail dresses this year feature sequin designs and lace accents that are unique and stylish. Vintage looks seem to be stirring up the most attention. Sparkly dresses are everywhere, coming from designers like Sherri Hill, Alyce Paris, Tony Bowls, and Clarrise. Sleek, fitted skirts and wide, poufy styles are being released, so you’re sure to find a dress that suits your personal style.
If you plan on taking part in Homecoming court, or are looking for a more formal dress, long evening gown trends seem to be favoring a sweetheart bodice and empire waistline this year. These long skirt styles make for a more regal look, and for those of you who hate wearing insanely high heels, this style makes you look a bit taller too.
There are so many unique dresses out there right now, so don’t miss out on them when the crowds roll in this August and September. Homecoming dress websites are posting hundreds of dresses every week. It might still be summer, but designers are already in full swing making sure their fashions are looking great. The perfect dress for you is waiting out there somewhere, now it’s just time to find it!