The hottest prom fashion trends of 2015 is going to be centered around sparkling sensations
Ewing, NJ (PRWEB) December 23, 2014
The hottest prom fashion trends of 2015 is going to be centered around sparkling sensations according to the award-winning designers at Mon Cheri. Gowns adorned with intricate beading patterns, elegant embroidery and shimmery sequins will be the hottest trend in the upcoming season. No dress will be complete without it. This trend of glitzy embellishments can be seen throughout all of the Spring 2015 Tony Bowls for Mon Cheri Collections.
More Hot Prom Fashion Trends 2015
As for dress style, the most popular this season include midriff baring two-piece ensembles, long flowing ball gowns and body-hugging fishtail and mermaid dresses. Most of these designs are strapless or sleeveless and feature sweetheart, V or halter style necklines. Lace, chiffon and jersey fabrics are masterfully used to create just the right look.
While the color trends this season will be mostly champagnes, nudes, light pinks, light blues and other pastel colors, look for dark and bold to make an appearance. Many of the popular dress styles this spring are offered in bright reds, deep royal and navy blues, and midnight blacks.
For the entire collection of prom and social occasion gowns by Tony Bowls visit TonyBowls.com.
About Tony Bowls
In 2004, Prom Dress Designer Tony Bowls joined Mon Cheri to develop his groundbreaking pageant line, Tony Bowls Collection. Tony not only implements his innovative ideas in the world of pageantry but also in prom and social occasion wear, designing the wildly successful Tony Bowls Paris, Tony Bowls Le Gala, Tony Bowls Evenings, Tony Bowls Shorts collections and the exclusive private label, Tony Bowls Limited.
About Mon Cheri Bridals, LLC
Founded in 1991, Mon Cheri Bridals, LLC is an acclaimed, award-winning manufacturer of wedding dresses, eveningwear and children’s dresses. Today, the company produces over twenty branded special occasion product lines worldwide. Notable designer names include David Tutera, Martin Thornburg, Sophia Tolli, James Clifford, Joan Calabrese and Ivonne Dome.