Teen Vogue: Have A Twilight-Inspired Prom!

April 27, 2010 at 10:38 PM (Uncategorized)

Teen Vogue has a great guide on how to get prom looks inspired by Bella, Alice, and Rosalie.

BELLA
Bella may be a natural beauty, but she’s not about to flaunt it. The star of the Twilight series, and Edward Cullen’s true love, would rather be comfortable on prom night than glamorous, which makes channeling the modest beauty a piece of cake. Ditch the uncomfortable heel and fussy hair and instead opt for an easy dress with a modest neck and hemline with your favorite sneakers or ballet flats. Leave hair loose and touchable, makeup minimal and throw on a comfy cardigan for good measure. Now all you have to do is find your very own vamp!

ALICE
The true fashionista of the Twilight series is Alice. Always dressed to the nines, Alice puts her love of shopping to good use by picking out trendy and stylish pieces to go with her playful, outgoing personality. On prom night, make sure you’re the life of the party in true Alice style by opting for a trendy cocktail dress and killer heels. Alice’s style credo is the more the better, so pile on the accessories and carry a notice-me-now clutch. Don’t stop there–channel Alice’s graceful steps on the dance floor and you’re guaranteed to have a good time!

ROSALIE
Bella considers Rosalie the most beautiful person on the planet—and Rosalie knows it! Part of what makes Rosalie so attractive is her killer confidence, and unlike Bella, who would prefer to remain in the background, Rosalie revels in the spotlight. Make sure you’re the center of attention come prom night by opting for a show-stopping red gown with a plunging neckline, sky-high heels and dangly earrings. Rosalie will be proud—or even jealous!

The slideshow comes with dresses and accessories that you can use to channel your favorite Twilight girl.
                                                                                      Check it out HERE.

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