Prom! Prom!! Prom!!! Prom is just by the corner and you are not thinking of going. Why? Because you can’t just find the perfect dress to wear. Is that your problem, and yours too? Phew… you can all breathe a sigh of relief now because I’ve gotten a real and excellent solution for you all. If you haven’t heard about storedress.com, now is an opportunity to visit the website and place order(s) for your prom dresses and rock the prom night of your dreams! Here will offers to help you out.
Why you should shop on our website
We have A-line dresses in different forms, sizes and colours, and at affordable prices. Is it one shoulder prom dress you want, or off shoulder? You just name it and you will get it! With storedress.com A-line dresses, you don’t have to show off too much skin to look hot and sexy. What’s more? We use the ‘Customer is King’ concept to deal with our customers.
A-line dresses are unique! Do you know why? It is because they are timeless. Just like the letter ‘A’, an A-line dress is narrow at the top, but gradually gets wider as the length of the dress drops.
It is often common for different styles to come around and vanish quickly, that is not the case with A-line dresses. It has been around for several years and it is still very much in vogue. To proof what I just said, let us quickly have a recap of when A-line princess bateau dresses came around and see for how many years it has thrived. So get concentrated and reminisce this history with me.
The earliest use of the term ‘A-line’ was found with a French designer by name Christian Dior. He used the term to label his 1955 Spring Collection. Christian Dior’s innovation was later made popular by his successor Yves Saint Laurent. Yves Saint Laurent came up with Trapeze line in the spring of 1958. Trapeze’s idea of ‘A-line’ was a dress that flares out from a fitted shoulder line.
A-line clothes became popular there on till the 1970s. It almost went off into extinction in the world of fashion so to speak by the early 1980s, but became trendy again by the end of the 1990s. That time, the term ‘A-line’ was used to describe any dress that is wider at the hips than the burst and waist lines. Below are images comparing A-line one-shoulder prom dresses in the 1950s and what we have today.