Friday, February 1, 2013


(Fashion Editorial)
Words and styling: Meghann Patricia A. Sta. Ines
Photographer: Ayie Hernandez
HMUA: Melody Ross Tinoy
Model: Queenn Amora
Location: Artisan Design Studio
Clothes: Kasuotan
Cakes from BluGre, Osvaldo’s, Lachi’s, Tiny Kitchen, and Miss Vanilla.

A prom dress is like the wedding gown of high school girls. Some take months planning what to wear in this momentous evening, also considered a rite of passage.

The prom season is usually frolicking in pastel confection of poufy and satiny cloth, sashaying the halls of a dreamy ballroom. Young girls in soft, sorbet-hued layered dresses are always a delightful sight, like seeing a modern Marie Antoinette swarmed in macarons and other French pastries.

Pastels are usually the main choice for prom as they are the colors that enhance, accentuate, and add a romantic appeal to the youthful glow on teens.


Just like the joy in every cake slice, pretty pastels also bring us back to the divine sweetness of our youth --- back in the carefree days when calories didn’t figure. While prom fashion has gotten a bit sexier nowadays, with skirt lengths cut right at the knee, most designers have maintained the dainty take by frosting on cotton candy shades with semi-precious stones, floaty feathers, lace, floral applique and other ultra-feminine broderie.

Fashion editorial published in Edge Davao newspaper.
A1 and A4, INdulge section, Vol. 5 Issue 237, February 1-2, 2013.




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