Whether you need inspiration for another big night or just want to enjoy a fashion story, these iconic party dresses will definitely make you feel a little more festive.
80s girls crushed Molly Ringwaldo do-it-yourself prom dress
Pretty pink? Yes, she was. Like Andie Walsh, actress Molly Ringwald has proven that you don’t need money to have great style. Homemade Andie’s pink graduation gown not only appreciated the crushing of her high school by Blane McDonough, but also won the hearts of a million teens.
Brightly colored Rihanna exclusive dress
It can be hard for most people to take their personal style into the territory of evening two piece dress but again, Rihanna is everything but the average. The rocker and style rebel appeared in 2008. At the Grammy Awards, where he brought back a gold statue for his hit song “Umbrella,” a sporty hairstyle, and an absolutely stunning Zac Posen knee-length blue dress (and orange nails)!
Inspiration from animal house toga-covered conditions
Can you say “one-shoulder trend”? Proof that one man’s beer-stained bedding can be another woman’s Emmy dress, with lots of dry cleaning and a few optional accessories, is part of this iconic 1978. Thanks to the movie.
J. Lo’s all-naked (well, almost) dress
2000 The all-green palm-printed Versace – and the songwriter wearing it – stole it at the Grammy. Since then, we haven’t stopped obsessed with Lopez and wondered how the dress turned out for her.
Gisele Bündchen is a smoking hot slave
If in doubt that Gisele Bündchen is the sexiest woman, check out this photo from 2008. A dress similar to her shiny nude Versace number is a good choice if you want all eyes to be on you.
Michelle Obama’s iconic goddess dress
The nation was impressed to watch President Barack Obama and the first lady, who wore a custom-made Jason Wu one-shoulder style, step onto the stage on the night of the inauguration in 2009. Month of January.
Dancing Princess Diana dress
All eyes were on the beautiful Princess Di when she was born in 1985. He spun around the White House dance floor with young John Travolta. Timeless and completely elegant.
Diana Ross and Supreme, 1967
While a group of girls occupy an important place in the Music Hall of Fame, we give these sirens the basic props to teach us an important lesson on how to steal a spotlight: Shiny glitter is always a GIFT. And if you hang out with friends all night, you’ll all look even sweeter if you combine your outfit.
Marilyn Monroe rodo savo vingius
When Marilyn in 1955. In the classic “Seven Years of Itching”, the “grid” of the subway grill has cooled, and her beautiful body has been replaced by more than a few gentlemen. The high vest undershirt fits and caresses everybody – even those that don’t have Monroe 37-23-36 measurements.
Audrey Hepburn is a powerful LBD
We have Hepburn and her Holly Golightly character from Breakfast at Tiffany’s to thank for the fact that the party dresses wasn’t so tense and stylish. A small black dress like the sleek Givenchy number she wore in the film is as easy to wear as it is chic. And it will never go out of fashion.