2018 Prom Trend Predictions

Are you wondering what the hottest 2018 prom trend is going to be?! Here at Faviana, we have all the juicy details on the latest and greatest fashions for prom. We promise you our 2018 prom trend predictions will leave everyone in awe over you. Follow our guide in order to make sure you are a prom trend leader this season.

 2018 Prom Trend: 70’s Revival

2018 Prom Trend PredictionsSource: Faviana Style S10101

Let’s take a ride back into the past as we explore 2018 prom dresses resembling a 70’s revival. Prom 2018 is full of freedom, creativity, and expressing yourself. The 70’s revival gives us prom 2018 trends unlike any other. Faviana’s prom dresses for 2018 offer styles like lace bell sleeves or sparkly sleeves, and even two piece sets. Think: fun and flirty dresses with a twist from the 70’s. Get Faviana’s prom 2018 trends with a 70’s revival with styles such as S10101, S10053, and S10033.

2018 Prom Trend: Cold Shoulder

2018 Prom Trend PredictionsSource: Faviana Style 10006

Faviana’s 2018 prom dresses are here to offer you a twist from the classic off-the-shoulder dress. This year for prom 2018, try a cold shoulder dress. A cold shoulder dress leaves skin showing between the strap and sleeve of your dress. If you would like to show less of your skin this prom, go for a cold shoulder look. Here at Faviana, the best prom dresses we have to offer are styles 10006, S10007, and S10032.

2018 Prom Trend: The Choker

2018 Prom Trend - ChokerSource: Faviana Style 10037

A choker is one of the best prom dress accessory to wear this season. Prom 2018 is offering a variety of dresses that come with chokers. This is a hot prom 2018 trend that varies from lace, to velvet, to diamond chokers. What’s so great about wearing a choker dress to prom is you can wear that same choker with outfits straight from your closet. Our prom dresses from Faviana with a choker are to die for. Check out our choker styles 10037, S10004, and S10099.

2018 Prom Trend: Off-The-Shoulder

2018 Prom Trend - Off The ShoulderSource: Faviana Style S10001

Off-the-shoulder is another look for this year’s prom dresses. There are many similar prom 2018 trends, so don’t get this one mixed up with the cold shoulder look. Will you wear the cold shoulder or off-the-shoulder trend to prom this year? Faviana’s off-the-shoulder dresses incorporate many of our other popular prom 2018 trends such as two pieces, v-neck lines, leg slits, and even knots. Check out our favorite Faviana off the shoulder styles like S10001, S10075, and S10070.

2018 Prom Trend: Color Stories

2018 Prom Trend - Color StoriesSource: Faviana Style 10030

This season’s prom dresses are here to offer you a variety of colors. The biggest prom 2018 trend you’ll see this year is the array of colors and designs that will make their way to prom 2018. Faviana is the best place around for all prom dresses. We are here to offer you a variety of color stories including evergreen, wine, and aubergine. Faviana has just these colors in stock, check out styles 10030, S7999, and 8000. Make sure to wear one of these color stories to your prom 2018.

What prom dresses will you wear to prom 2018 this year? Tell us by tagging us on Instagram @glamandgowns, and Faviana’s Instagram @Faviana_NY, Snapchat @Faviana_NY, and Twitter @FavianaNY. Also, don’t forget to subscribe to our Youtube channel for more fun vlogs @FavianaNYC!



Shauna Harlow

Editorial Intern

"Shauna Harlow" is a small town Rhode Island girl living in the big city. She is mastering in Fashion Marketing at LIM College and currently interning with Faviana. She has loved fashion ever since she was a little girl so being in NYC is a huge accomplishment in her life. Adjusting from the peaceful quiet beaches of RI, to the busy streets of New York, she has found her home. She is obsessed with food and if you are ever feeling hungry, you should follow her food blog,@shitshaunaeats. “Everyday is a fashion show and the world is my runway!” is a quote she loves to live by. xoxo

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