Friday, November 4, 2011

Cheers and tiers

If you're the kind of gal who wants a formal outfit that combines classic elegance with unique detailing, a tiered dress could be exactly what you're looking for.

Popular in the flapper era of the 1920s, tiered dresses are making a serious comeback - they can be seen on the likes of everyone from Heidi Klum to Salma Hayek as they make their way down the red carpet to a variety of exciting events. If you're looking to capture that Hollywood vibe for yourself, check out the various tiered styles that are available to girls today.

Tiers look best when they can move freely, so your best bet is to pick out a dress in a light, flowy fabric, like lace or tulle. If you opt for a dress with a heavy fabric, the tiers are only going to add weight - and they might end up weighing you down on a night when you should be free to dance as much as you like!

Tiers look equally beautiful in all colors, but they work best with solids. If you're after a tiered dress, avoid patterns - but go as crazy as you like with jewels and embellishments.
Jovani Evening Dress 8641
Tony Bowls Short 2012 Prom Dress TS11153

 Menina Bonita by Eden Bridals QuinceaƱera Dress 3156

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