Multi-Colored Prom Dresses by Colette by Daphne

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One color for my prom dress? Nah. Multi-colored prom dresses by Colette by Daphne combine gorgeous colors and patterns, rocked on stunning silhouettes with unique necklines and sleeve types. These one-of-a-kind styles of dresses flow between trendy and traditional, ranging from a unique, black/multi-colored, one shoulder mikado A-line gown with a ruffle on the shoulder and pleated skirt, to an all-American, sleeveless, light blue/multi-color printed mikado ball gown with a plunging V-neck, bow detail, open back and swoop train. Multi-colored prom dresses from Colette by Daphne let you dabble in multiple colors for your prom dress, striking a style that's unique and all your own.

Multi-Colored Prom Dresses by Colette by Daphne

In a world full of fabulous options and a variety of choices, why limit or yourself to just one color and a simple, solid pattern for your prom dress? In the multi-colored prom dress collection, dabble in unique patterns of printed faille, ombre colored glitter tulle and shimmer satin, 3D floral appliques, printed tulle and venice lace and tulle. Fashion and style take no breaks in the combinations of pattern, style and silhouette in this collection of prom dresses, and you're guaranteed to drop jaws at prom in one of these stunning designs.


Dare to be different in multi-colored prom dress:

There is nothing standard or mundane about the collection of prom dresses by Colette by Daphne that rock the unique combinations of multi-colors, fabrics and prints. The navy/gold tones of the sleeveless glitter gown in style #CL5105 rocks a plunging V-neck and crisscross back detail, giving all the magical mermaid vibes. Sweet, appealing and saccharine style is found in style #CL5169, in the platinum/multi off the shoulder lace and glitter tulle ball gown. 


How do you accessorize with a multi-color, printed or patterned prom dress?

It's all about the neutral tones. A multi-colored dress with a variety of printed patterns is already a busy look, and you'd hate to take away from the intrinsic beauty of the detailed design by playing it up to much with a clashing pair of earrings, or a distracting clutch. Stick with neutral tones of tan, beige, pearl and creme if you want a lighter touch to your dress, or a solid black, dark blue or grey does the job if you're looking to darken the look. Your instinct may be to pick a color that is woven into your dress and use that as a highlighting point for your accessorizing, but this risks creating a tacky style, and your best bet is to stick with neutral for your multi-colored, busy patterned prom dress.


Multi-Colored Prom Dresses by Colette by Daphne. Never boring.