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New Look unveils hot red carpet prom dresses
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Jun '13
Every girl should feel like a princess at her prom. And now she can, thanks to the fabulous new styles in New Look's prom dress collection - available in-store and online. Combining 2013's hottest red carpet fashion looks with glamorous fabrics and gorgeous embellishments, these lovely frocks ensure every prom-goer will create marvelous memories for years to come.

Aspiring prom queens will surely be drawn to New Look's pretty above-the-knee dresses. Paired with elegant high heels, these ultra-feminine choices in lace, tulle or silk are just the thing to dance the night away.

Something more dramatically romantic? Try one of New Look's bustier styles. The curvy, waist-emphasising silhouette makes a perfect choice for any Juliet in search of her Romeo. Choose bold combinations of black and white... or opt for one of this summer's mesmerizing shades of blue.

Ready for a grande finale? Turn heads with shimmering metallics and flirtatious ruffles. Consider one of New Look's eye-catching styles that combines a sequined bodice with a tiered tulle skirt.

New Look already sells more frocks than anyone else in the UK. Now this hot new collection makes New Look Britain's go-to brand for the prom too. Youthful and refined, flirtatious and fun, New Look's exclusive prom dresses make the hottest fashion choices for this year's big events. Prom princesses need look no further.

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