As GCSE and A Level students are working hard to complete their courses and revise for their forthcoming exams, there is something for them all to look forward to… the end of year Prom. I still feel cheated that I chose to do my A levels at our local college instead of sixth form so missed out on the Sixth Form Ball. I had to wait until my graduation years later to don my princess ball gown- but it was worth the wait. If you know someone who has a school prom this year (or a special occasion where only a prom-style dress will do- I know many brides choose prom dresses for their bridesmaids’ dresses*) then take a look at these five prom dresses that all come under £100 (and they’re gorgeous). I hope it will help you to find your prom dress:
(*By the way, if you’ve arrived at this page looking for prom dresses for your bridesmaids to wear at your wedding you might like another great site that I have found- Wedding Photo Swap is a great way to swap and share photos from your day!)
5 Prom Dresses for Under £100
Hell Bunny Polka Dot Prom Dress
This mid length Hell Bunny evening dress is perfect for a retro look. It has a flattering v neck, bold blue satin look fabric and exposed tulle lining to complete the look. This dress is a great one for the faster dances! I have to admit I think I’d be happy to wear any Hell Bunny dress to a prom, they’re my favourite type of dress as I love the rockabilly alternative look.
2. PREMIUM Tulle Maxi Prom Dress With Ribbon Ties
This Premium Tulle Maxi Prom Dress will make you feel like a princess- it reminds me of Cinderella. It has a flattering plunge v neck, open back and ribbon ties. I love the floating dusky blue tulle layers.
3. Lace Cami Midi Prom Dress
Sometimes less is more. This lace cami prom dress is a classic design with added intricate details. In dusky pink (officialy mink) eyelash lace this dress has a plunge neck, spaghetti straps and mid length.
4. PREMIUM Lace Top Tulle Midi Prom Dress with Ribbon Ties
Sometimes it has to be a little black dress for the prom. This mid length premium lace top tulle prom dress has a plunge neck and cross back ribbon ties.
5. Chi Chi London High Neck Maxi Prom Dress With Cut Out Lace Back Detail
Chi Chi London are your go-to girls when it comes to dressing up. This dress by Chi Chi London has a crew neck and three-quarter length sleeves. The lined tulle skirt is made from very fine netting (not just for tutus).
There are so many beautiful prom dresses available it’s hard to only choose five. Websites such as Prom Dress Finder make it easier to search as all the dresses are in one place, rather than having to search across lots of different sites. You can search by colour or price too.
Have you been to a prom (or ball) or are you planning to go to one? Which dress is your favourite?
Read Helen’s (from “2 Adults 3 Children” blog) handy guide for more tips on how to save money on prom.
I will have to keep these in mind. My teen will be going to her prom later this year and she isn’t usually a dress wearer but has decided she needs to wear one for prom. She is so picky so I think it will be a hard slog to find the perfect dress! These are all so pretty. I love that last one x
Oòoo la la – I love them all – wish i was sweet 16 again
Some beautiful dresses there, so much choice.