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22 Celebs Whose Outfits Were Inspired by the Royals and We Love Them Both Ways

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My double takes were when they were the exact dress by the exact designer. I do think wearing the same solid color in strapless isn’t exactly inspiration, this is how strapless evening gowns look. Even off the shoulder are not directly inspired as these are traditional dress styles. I do see inspiration when unique color combinations occur, like the pink on top red on bottom. Despite being close in color, we don’t really see a lot of that on red carpets. We see a lot of monochromatic but not strikingly different shades of the same color like we did in the 80s/90s anymore. We do that in everyday clothes but I personally haven’t seen it as often in evening gowns. Almost wore a lovely 80s black and white color blocked prom dress in the early 2000s that was my cousin’s and I chickened out. I believe I went for something in an earlier era style that didn’t steal the show like her dress would have. I missed an opportunity for some extra gorgeous photos and dress no one else at my school would have! I think the elegant styles started in maybe the 30s, perhaps more 40s have stayed timeless in evening gowns. Prom goers, you CANNOT go wrong with an elegant off the shoulder or sweetheart neckline in any color really. Lovely necklines can also let your earrings or bracelet steal the show instead of needing the perfect necklace. That’s harder with some of the neckline options. Oh, I just love dreamy evening gowns! You could even watch some old movies to see some glamorous shapes and necklines.
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Sorry but I do not see how some looks like 16 and 21 compare to each other
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