Happy Friday Everyone! I haven't written a Fashion Friday post in quite some time, however we do have many younger readers here who will experience their upcoming Homecoming dance or event shortly. Today's post may apply to you, your own daughter or perhaps a niece, etc. I'm sharing a collection of dresses that provide sophisticated and classy dress options from a company called Dress First. While they have hundreds of beautiful and affordable dresses to choose from, I've selected a few of my personal favorites that have a polished look and aren't too frilly, filled with sequins, tacky or over-the-top as many dresses designed for and offered to young ladies can be.
I have included homecoming dresses in varying lengths to accommodate an array of options depending on the formality of a specific event and also individual personalities. All of these dresses are available in other color options so if you love the style but prefer a different hue, there are a large array to choose from that's perfectly you. Even if you're past the point in life of attending a homecoming event, these dresses make for lovely party options and other special occasion events.
10 Classy Homecoming Dress Options
Fit for a princess, this more formal A-line floor length dress is shown in silver. I love
the soft tulle and simple bow at the waist with sweetheart strapless neckline.
This classic little black dress is a great option, it's color is formal with a bit of
sparkle at the waist and neckline. It is sexy yet not revealing and has you perfectly
covered for a night of dancing with its full straps. Tea length is always a great choice.
This is the perfect red dress for someone who wants to look elegant but hide their hip/thigh area.
It is an A-line style, hits right at the knee and has a flattering neckline
which includes straps to make for a fuss free evening of twirling on the dance floor.
For ladies who prefer a soft blush pink over the boldness of red or brighter colors,
this pearl pink strapless above-the-knee dress provides a delicate look with just the right
amount of detail and movement in the skirt for dancing.
This emerald green feminine flowing dress adds the perfect pop of color and would suit
almost any hair or skin coloring. It draws attention to the waist and yet subtly hides both
the upper-arm and upper leg areas for those who are a bit conscious or who just prefer
a looser style. This dress could be worn again and again, it's so versatile.
A one-shoulder dress prevents fidgeting and allows you to dance then night away
while staying on-trend and highlighting your shoulders-perfect for a lady who considers
her shoulders to be one of her best features. Body-skimming, but not form fitting, this dress
is figure flattering and provides just the right amount of sophistication in a bold color.
This trapeze style dress has a beautiful beaded neckline which takes the place of
a necklace. Perfect for a young lady to feel pretty in without having to be fitted. This looser
style accommodates a variety of body types and is comfortable for a long evening.
This classic white tea-length dress is both elegant and sweet. The sweetheart
style neckline provides softness and interest and the flower details are so pretty.
Depending on the event, this is both a great daytime or nighttime option.
This red longer length dress is perfect for the young lady who considers herself
to be a bit more modest and practical but still likes to have fun with fashion. The pop
of color and details provide a great option allowing her to stay mostly covered and
provide extra material in the tummy, hips and thighs.
This white ruffled dress with lace bodice and satin bow is flirty, fun yet elegant. It's a
perfect selection for anyone who wants to dance the night away and show off her legs.
Even though there are many different textures the combination is perfection!
For a limited time from 08/19/13- 08/21/13 Dress First will also be offering free shipping! :)
Whether you're planning your outfit details for your homecoming event or remember your own homecoming from years or decades ago, which dress here is your favorite that you'd choose to wear today if you could?
Thanks for Reading!
*This is a sponsored post which I was compensated for. However, all opinions and dress selections are my own. I carefully select each and every sponsor I work with and only partner with those which represent you, 'The Classy Woman' reader.