SilverChic looks back on the most beautiful styles of the night
Lady Blazers graced the dance floor this past Saturday for the Junior-Senior Prom. Many girls have been dreaming about Prom since the beginning of freshman year, wondering who they'll take, what group they'll be in, how they'll do their hair and most importantly...what they'll wear. For all those who did not attend prom or those who want to relive it, SilverChic looks back on the most beautiful styles of the night.
All of the glitz
Senior Mahlet Belay shined through the crowd in a dark cream-colored dress, covered with a net of beaded flower designs. Mahlet opted away from the typical French manicure, going with a deep burgundy nail color instead, and brought attention to her face with gold dangling earrings. "This dress made me feel beautiful and it represents who I am," Belay said. She also had a "smoky eye" look, which really brought attention to her eyes and smile.
Simple and elegant
Senior Rebecca Arbacher wore a dark blue, floor-length gown that draped in the front and had a deep v-neck. The dress was just enough for Arbacher to have the perfect look for prom without overdoing it and also made her body look slim and tall. The deep blue color of the dress brought out the blue in her eyes, which contrasted sharply with her dark hair, all adding beauty to her overall look for prom. Arbacher needed no extra jewelry in order to stand out because her dress did all the work.
Trading Jordans for heels
Bring in the ball gown
All of the ladies looked stunning at prom and were (hopefully) able to have an amazing last dance as a Blazer. As the seniors anxiously wait for graduation, we at SCO hope they continue to pick beautiful dresses for every formal occasion they attend.
The five best looks of the evening:
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