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Homecoming Dress Codes You Should Know

Homecoming dance attire, on the other hand, vary from state to state, town to town. While some homecoming dances call for the formal wear works (fancy dress, new shoes, professionally-perfected makeup) others are a dressy twist on everyday jeans-and-Ts. Read on to crack your homecoming dress code.
1. Semi-formal
Short and Sweet
Since homecoming dresses are typically formal and floor-sweeping, let those legs take a breather with a shorter dress for homecoming. Choose a hem that hits between the mid-calf to lower-thigh – too long looks matronly, too short looks risque. Keep the makeup unfussy, the jewelry relaxed, and sparkles (and beads, sequins, rhinestones, etc.) to a minimum.

Decorate yourself a semi-formal homecoming is the time to debut that jaw-dropping cocktail ring, shoulder-sweeping earrings, or glamorous red carpet-worthy. The key to homecoming dress success: choose two great accessories, and keep everything else as understated as possible.

2. Cocktail
little black dresses: Every Girl's Necessity
The little black dress is like flavored lip gloss or fully-stocked iPods – virtually impossible to live without. With a great pair of heels and one showstopping piece of jewelry, this classic turns into the ultimate homecoming dress.

What's old is new now is the time to pull out your best vintage treasures or even better, grandma's retro prom dress. Homecoming calls for a little elegance and a lot of personality, so let yours shine with your glam antique jewelry and charming vintage lace prom dresses.

Less Is More – In this case, Anyway Instead of wearing your sparkliest earrings, two pendant necklaces, and the entire collection of rhinestone bracelets, choose one backdrop (wrist, ears, or neck) and stick with it.

Hope you have a nice party.

More dresses recommended:
v neck dusty blue prom dress