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Teens want to dress like Jennifer Lopez or Kim Kardashian on the red carpet. They want to stand out.photoAnd the dress is just the first expense of what turns into a very pricey night. All in, Ndrecka estimates, prom can cost well over ,000.But Sydney Rubin of Rent the Runway said that renting dresses for prom has become more popular over the years. She said a girl wears the prom dress only once, so she shouldn't feel guilty about spending too much on something she loves.Rubin said her customers are going for fewer embellishments this year—a look far more sophisticated than ever before. She said girls are going sleek, one color, maybe a slight cutout, and then dressing it up with a statement earring.
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The early ‘60s brought about a return to closer-cut skirting that had been de rigueur two decades earlier, but purely for aesthetic reasons — not as a cost-cutting measure. Slimmer skirts were paired with higher waistlines, making for more of a baby-doll silhouette. Pastel palettes with Easter egg-worthy hues were popular, and dresses moved toward spaghetti-strap and boatneck shapes up top. Later in the decade, empire waist shapes rose to prominence, paired with a range of necklines, like sleeveless boatneck styles and square-neck short-sleeved iterations. And throughout the ‘60s, ultra-voluminous coifs were the norm.However, proms fell out of favor to an extent as the decade wound down, thanks to shifting cultural attitudes based on political events and attitudes of the time: “The prom’s popularity waned in the late ‘60s and early ‘70s,” Best writes in Prom Night.
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