TBT Celebrity Prom Throwback

Ever wonder what your favorite celebrities did before they became famous? Well most celebrities were normal teenagers first, who attended high school and even prom. Prom dresses have changed so much over the years, and it’s mind-blowing to see where fashion has progressed to today. Faviana is here to give you a sneak peak with a TBT celebrity prom throwback, featuring the best celebrity prom dresses to ever exist!

Celebrity Prom Throwback – Ellen DeGeneres

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 Ellen Degeneres loved her plaid prom dress so much, she wore it again on her hit reality television show for the whole world to see. Plaid may have been a popular prom dress trend back then, but luckily florals have replaced that trend. Revamped and rejuvenated, Faviana Style S10048 still offers a beautiful v-neck line, intricate pattern, and vintage look, much similar to Ellen’s prom dress. We no longer see a lot of short sleeve dresses, but straps and strapless are the go-to.

celebrity prom throwback
Faviana Style S10048

Celebrity Prom Throwback -Danielle Fishel & Lance Bass

celebrity prom throwback
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Boy Meets World actress goes to prom with bad-boy NSYNC singer. Do you think he proposed prom to her by singing?! Danielle Fischer wore a classic, satin prom dress. And guess what ladies – this plain, prom dress style is still popular! Much similar to our Faviana Style S10031, this cutout dress Danielle wore showcases a long length, leg slit, and open back.

celebrity prom throwback
Faviana Style S10031

Celebrity Prom Throwback – Ryan Seacrest

celebrity prom throwback
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Let’s take it back to one of our favorite hosts, Ryan Seacrest. He took his lovely date to prom, who wore a ruffled top. Though this style top was bigger and more exaggerated back then, we can still find ruffles today at prom. Take Faviana Style S10070 as an example. This dress features the same off-the-shoulder style, while being slightly ruffled around the top for a more modern look.

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Faviana Style S10070

Celebrity Prom Throwback – John Stamos

celebrity prom throwback
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You’ll be lying to yourself if John Stamos from Full House wasn’t your first crush. With great hair even back then, he always picked women with great taste. His prom date rocked the lace trend, very similar to Faviana Style S8094. Both dresses feature delicate lace hanging down on the top, with a fitted skirt.

celebrity prom throwback
Faviana Style S8094

Celebrity Prom Throwback – Brad Pitt

celebrity prom throwback
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Of course, let’s not forget about Brad Pitt. Before his celebrity girlfriends and wives, he took this beauty to his high school prom. She wore a strapless, off-the-shoulder gown to surely make a statement. Not only does aspect resemble Faviana Style S10062, but they really match with the big, ruffled skirt in place. You’ll want to wear a captivating dress like this to your prom this year!

celebrity prom throwback
Faviana Style S10062

Tell us who your favorite celebrity prom throwback is by tagging us on Instagram @glamandgowns, and Faviana’s Instagram @Faviana_NY, Snapchat @Faviana_NY, and Twitter @FavianaNY. Also, don’t forget to subscribe to our Youtube channel for more fun vlogs @FavianaNYC!

XOXO,

Shauna

Shauna Harlow

Editorial Intern

"Shauna Harlow" is a small town Rhode Island girl living in the big city. She is mastering in Fashion Marketing at LIM College and currently interning with Faviana. She has loved fashion ever since she was a little girl so being in NYC is a huge accomplishment in her life. Adjusting from the peaceful quiet beaches of RI, to the busy streets of New York, she has found her home. She is obsessed with food and if you are ever feeling hungry, you should follow her food blog,@shitshaunaeats. “Everyday is a fashion show and the world is my runway!” is a quote she loves to live by. xoxo

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