"It's been over 70 years since Rhett Butler charmed his way into Scarlett O'Hara's heart in Gone with the Wind, and yet the fashion from the era was alive and well this past Sunday night. Dianna Agron, who plays the blonde bombshell Quinn on Fox's Glee, stepped out at the Emmy Awards in a number that was both modern and late-1800s-chic.
Argon's dress was a strapless lace number that was created from oodles of violet and black lace. The gown, which featured a tight bodice and two tiers of terrificness, allowed the young woman to appear both mature and youthful the moment she stepped onto the red carpet.
So the question remains - can girls sport this style at their next school soiree? While the look may be difficult to pull off, women who are searching for dramatic dresses and gowns that make a statement shouldn't hesitate to give this one a go. If there's one trend that needs to be in vogue at the moment, it's Scarlett O'Hara-style, with a twist."
Many Quinceañera dresses are made in the Scarlett O'Hara style of very full skirts, lace, tiers, ruffles and exquisite details.