Click through for our list of the best prom moments in film, and while you’re at it, shop your favorite looks. Re-live the dream!
Is it just us, or was a two-piece prom look the ultimate quest? We attribute this entirely to Bianca Stratford.
Free People Tea Length Knit Tutu Slip ($108)
Who says you have to be a teenager to rock a tutu? Not us.
This one’s easy. Sure, Sandy Olsen is remembered for her black leather look, but what stole our hearts was her corsage-encrusted, spaghetti strap dress she wore. We don’t mind those t-strap heels, either.
Christian Louboutin Belly Nono Heels ($895)
These would pair nicely with just about any flowy dress you’ve got in your closet.
She may have “killed the teen dream,” but the dream lives on with her sheer-bottom dress.
Gold Hawk Long Night Dress ($174)
Toss a denim jacket over this, and you’ve got yourself an ideal outfit for a warm summer evening.
Only Regina George could pull off a floral crown-embellished neck brace. So fetch.
ASOS Blossom Flower Hair Crown ($22)
A floral crown is almost synonymous with spring at this point.
Aside from having the best dance scene, our favorite prom moment of She’s All That: Laney Boggs’ Kate Moss-esque thin-strapped black dress.
Acne Studio Spaghetti-Strap Satin Dress ($750)
The Who What Wear office is buzzing about how chic this LBD is.
This one goes out to all the scrunchie-loving, ruffle-wearing ladies out there. A voluminous metallic sleeve never hurt anybody, right?
There isn’t a girl out there who doesn’t wish she is sartorially some (or all) parts Lux Lisbon, and we’ll keep it that way.
Reformation Athena Dress ($198)
At long last: An ultra-flattering frock in a dainty print.
Andie Walsh’s polka dot bespoke creation had us all reaching for our scissors come prom season. Many a dress was ruined in the DIY process (sorry, mom).
Juan Vidal Marilyn Dress ($857)
We’re not saying you’ll wear it everywhere, but at some point in time, you’ll be calling out for a halter-neck, polka dot dress. When that happens, make it this one.