A closer look at the 'Sandee' prom dress in all its primness.
The dress is taking on the pretty, ideological nature of the 1950s prom queens we saw in Grease and Cry Baby and the oh so perfect Sandra Dee. It's about that unattainable sweetness and light.
Made in a floral lace with a saturated coral pink satin lining the contrast the bodice has a demure princess cut and long fitted sleeves. The skirt has two looks where full tulle underskirt is removed to wear as a mini skater dress. This could also been worn as a peplum with a body con pencil skirt underneath.
The hem dips towards to back to give even more of a sweep and the waist is finished with a ribbon bow just like a present.
This dress can be styled with full fifties decadence, the kitten heels, the princess coat and hair backcombed into a perfect bouffant bob, ready to be crowned prom queen.
Or remove the nets and bare those legs dancing through a hot summer night with a killer pair of coral heels.
Or take it to the Sixties and go babydoll teaming the dress with ivory tights, black patent Mary-Jane's and a massive beehive trimmed with a black bow.
Or to be ultra romantic, hop in a old convertable and be wed in this dress with an elbow length veil and matching shoes.