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Every young woman wants to look her best at prom. If you find yourself wearing high low dresses often in your day-to-day life, you should consider this option for prom! You've likely gravitated to high low dresses because they are your style and they flatter your body shape. And, the good news is, there are plenty of high low formal dresses out there.

The History of the High Low Dress

The high low skirt, also known as the waterfall skirt, has been around for decades. It's said the trend started in the Victorian Era with formal gowns that would have a "fishtail" skirt. The result of the fishtail high low skirt on a dress would give the appearance of more curves.

The trend continued during the roaring 1920s and in the 1940s and 1950s. The high low dress then took a hiatus for a while but came back as a major trend in 2012. Ever since 2012, the trend has remained in the spotlight and major retailers continue to carry high low dresses.

High Low Formal Dresses on the Red Carpet

For inspiration on what a high low dress could look like for prom, we recommend turning to celebrities. Many famous models, actresses, and musicians have rocked high low dresses on the red carpet. Check out Kendall Jenner's strapless black high low dress at the 2018 Golden Globes, Cardi B's stunning white high low dress at the 2018 Grammys, Rihanna's pink tulle high low dress at the Valerian movie premiere, and Jourdan Dunn's floral high low dress that had only the slightest asymmetrical detailing from the bottom. White formal dresses are also popular year after year!

Who Should Wear A High Low Dress

High low dresses come in many styles. If you love to show off your legs, you can choose a skirt that is very high at the front. This is a look that Kendall Jenner and many other models love to rock.

On the other hand, if you prefer to cover your legs, the high part of your high low skirt doesn't have to come up off the ground very much. Many women with short legs find that a high low dress helps to elongate their torso and legs. This is why a high low dress is a great choice for plus size ladies!

Choosing Between High Low Prom Dresses

When choosing between high low prom dresses, we encourage you to try on different lengths. You might be surprised just how high or low you want that hem to go! Make sure you find the perfect high low dress that makes you feel gorgeous, comfortable, and ready to take on prom.

Looking for a show-stopping ensemble? Try out one of the many high low dresses that Genealogy has to offer! Celebrities such as Carrie Underwood, Jessica Alba, and Blake Lively have been known to sport a sexy prom dress number with a high low hem on the red carpet for an array of events. High low prom dresses are a fun and easy way to show off your style, whether you are looking for something with sleeves, winter formal dresses, a plus-size option, or even a cheap sale dress.

Ladies, it is our favorite time of year! The time where we start looking into what's hot this prom season and we find ourselves looking for an even better excuse to buy a cute, fun formal gown. Here you will find an array of fabulous gowns to wear to your next homecoming dance. What we love about homecoming is that the possibilities are endless when it comes to dresses. You could wear anything from short to long, simple to floral, simple or fancy. And we have the best designer prom dresses no matter which route you plan to take.

Not only are high low dresses perfect for homecoming, but they are so hot for prom! The high low hems can vary in different styles. Some may be a short hem in the front to a long hem in the back, and others may just be a short skirt beneath a long overlay giving you a peek-a-boo effect. Wearing a heel with this type of dress is a must. If you have great stems, why wouldn't you want to show them off? La Femme prom dresses have hit a new high with the fresh-off-the-runway high low look, and we know you'll be on trend this season when you choose this style for your next occasion.

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