You did it – you got through the two of the hardest months of the year.It’s almost officially spring, which means it’s very nearly summer and therefore time to start planningwhat you’re going to wear to one of the year’s most important events: prom.
Knowing how to dress for thismomentous occasion can certainly come with challenges, but that doesn’t mean ithas to be stressful. All it takes is some forward planning,and the rest should be an easy ride. Here’s what you should wear.
The aim of the game at prom, even for themost dance-shy amongst us, should be to have an amazing time. Avoid anything too restrictive that’ll stopyou getting into the groove, and instead opt for one of our performance suits to make sure you’re the best dressed – and best dancer – on the floor that night.
The summer monthsare a perfect excuse tostart experiment with colour and step away from the darker shades youwore all winter. Opt for light and bright pastel pink or light green,blue or grey marl to easily become the most on-trend man in the room.
This might be the onlychance you’ve had throughout yourmany years at school to really dress up, so why not take things onestep further by opting for a timeless dinner jacket? Whether you choose to go all out with a bowtie and a dress shirt or keep it modern with a patterned iteration, it doesn’t get smarter than this.
There’s absolutely nothing wrong with sticking to classic two-piece suits, but if this is your choice we’d recommend raising the bar with strong details. Whether you opt for a bold floral shirt or a bright tie and pocket square, always remember that the devil is in the detail.