Tan / Beige Prom Dresses by Colette by Daphne

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Neutral in color, bold in personality. Tan/beige prom dresses by Colette by Daphne are simple and sexy, highlighting your pure, organic beauty in a stunning silhouette that holds no distractions to the natural essence yo' mamma so wonderfully give ya. Stray from the boujee, extra flare of a intricately designed and boldy colored prom dress by wearing it in a neutral tone, instantly simplifying the style, but feeling just as unique, stunning and confident. A detailed style dress is beautifully crafted atop a nude base, giving a sexy appeal to a sleeveless, sequin tulle sheath gown with a plunging V-neck, natural waist, open back and small train. Tan and beige prom dresses by Colette by Daphne - play it up toning it down.

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Style No. CL2047
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Style No. CL2085
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Style No. CL12264
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Style No. CL12071
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Tan and Beige Prom Dresses by Colette by Daphne

We may be toning down the color in this prom dress collection, but all the sass, style, personality and pizazz of the dresses is still 100% there. If you're in the market for a tan, beige or neutral toned prom dress for Spring 2020, the collection from Colette by Daphne comes with a variety of options, so even in your neutral tones, you can wear it with a unique spin. Try a prom gown in a shade of champagne, mocha or copper, or try a multi-colored design with a combination of any color atop a nude dress base, silver dress base or champagne dress base.


How to wear a neutral colored prom dress without looking flushed out:

A common fear for a lot of prom girls, shopping for their dream dress, is that a nude, champagne, mocha, tan or beige prom dress will flush them out. The more popular trend is to gravitate toward a stronger color-based dress. Increase your knowledge on how to style a neutral toned prom dress and widen your prom gown options for Spring 2020! Girls stray from the neutral tones of a dress, fearing it'll flush them out with a dress too close to their skin tone, but own your natural look!


If you have a paler pigment, a mocha dress contrasts quite beautifully on that skin tone, but browse any images from a Hollywood runway and you'll find celebrities gorgeously embracing their whiter skin tone, opting for a light blush, tan or pearl dress. Own your look.


A tan, beige, champagne or copper prom dress pairs beautifully with a darker skin tone - the similar tone, yet natural contrast, creates a gorgeous look. 


Unique silhouettes and styles for prom dresses in tan and beige from Colette by Daphne:

A unique style to make your own in this collection of prom dresses by Colette by Daphne is the copper style of #CL12046, rocking a sleeveless metallic lame, two-piece, fit and flare gown with a plunging, criss cross V-neck, thigh slit and sweep train. Another one-of-a-kind gown found only in a neutral nude/silver is #CL12009, embracing some shake and shimmy with a sleeveless ice tulle sheath gown with a halter neck, plunging V-neck, beaded bodice and ruffled skirt. Go with a sweet style in black/nude or scarlet/nude strapless, glitter tulle ball gown, #CL12083, is paired with a sweetheart neckline, appliqued bodice with stone accents, natural waist a full, flouncy, gorgeous skirt. There's nothing dull about the royal elegance of style #CL12054 - rocking silver/gold or burgundy/gold with a strapless jacquard ball gown with straight neckline, natural waist, pleated skirt and pockets.


Tan and beige prom dresses by Colette by Daphne. Don't shy away from any prom dress look you're wanting to rock due to a fear of your natural look not sitting well with it. Beauty comes from within - the exterior is just a bonus.