Number one was a very formal and full yet ankle length dress worn under a motorcycle jacket to create a magical disconnect. The ankle length leaves room to bust out your most favorite bright shoes, so do that. It’s unconventional, it’s awesome. Photographed you’ll find: a Vivienne Westwood dress, R13 white leather jacket, Tom Binns necklace, and Alaia heels.
Or, forget the dress all together and look to separates. A super swanky skirt can be well complimented by a plain white tee and the right erm, arm party. This also leaves room to add an overtly formal purse, one not unlike the minaudieres featured. I for one, am particularly keen on this guy. Baublebar earrings, Dannijo, Alexander McQueen, Givenchy bracelets, LNA cropped tee, Lanvin skirt from The Outnet, Lanvin and Forever 21 minaudieres, Peter Pilotto x Nicholas Kirkwood heels.
Alas, there’s that jacket again. For a piece of clothing so unique and ultimately somewhat unwearable, there’s something to be said about the amount times I’ve factored this freak into a look. Isn’t there? No? Whatever. The fact of the matter is, prom can and should be the template that allows you, the high school veteran to make a point about the kind of woman you intend to become. Resist societal norms and feed your weird habits. Do it. Junya Watanabe jacket, 3.1 Phillip Lim tank, Prabal Gurung pants, Brian Atwood heels, MR. Dannijo necklace. Okay, bye!