When it comes to winning style, what goes around comes around…for another occasion. We’re not just talking seasonal trends, but if we were, then velvet, metallic, and moody florals would be right on par with Fall’s re-emerging looks (Pssst-you can find them sprinkled throughout our collection!) But let’s stay on track here: we’re talking dresses that you can wear at homecoming and again for a later occasion. Need we say more? Scroll below for the homecoming dresses
that won’t be sitting in your closet for long-and our suggestions for the places to re-wear them.
For a Holiday Party
Before you know it, the holidays will be here…wouldn’t it be great to have your look all lined up? This two-piece homecoming dress is adorable for the big dance, yet festive enough for a fun holiday bash. (Like, would you look at those chic illusion sleeves?!)
For a Black Tie Wedding
Fall or winter, it doesn’t matter; this shining fit and flare dress
will impress no matter the season! Slip it on for #HOCO, then don it again for a wedding later this year, especially if the dress code is more on the formal side.
For a Beach Casual Wedding
Jetting off to a destination wedding…or just driving to the local shore? Either way, this high-low homecoming dress
effortlessly transitions from school to sand. The loose skirt pairs well with ocean breezes, while the allover lace sparkle ups the dressy factor. Send us a postcard?
For a Bridal Shower
Simple and flirty, but not too understated; the perf bridal shower dress
, if you ask us! Celebrate the coming school year, then the bride-to-be, in this beautiful satin style.
For Dinner on Vacay
Winter vacation is booked and the countdown is officially on! If dinner one night is somewhere fancy (and warm!), slip this lace homecoming dress
into your suitcase for a one-and-done look that’s totally ‘gram-worthy (we’ll be looking for it under #CLVGIRL)
For a Sweet Sixteen
Whether you scored one invite or ten, this lace homecoming dress is begging for a spot in your Sweet sixteen wardrobe
. The cutout back and party skirt are made for endless photo-ops, while the navy hue is subtle enough for repeat wear. Xo, Camille