There’s no way this one fits in with the school’s dress code. Guaranteed. Don’t think it’s that bad? Don’t worry, we’re just getting started.
Ah, parents. Ready for the phone calls?
Not much is left to the imagination with this one.
A prom dress doesn’t have to have both bondage and bustier qualities.
While this dress looks stunning on an adult woman, it’s a little bit creepy to picture a 17-year-old in it.
That’s no joke. Companies must assume that teens really like ruffles, slits, and thigh-high cuts.
So many comments to make about such a little dress. Don’t. Know. Where. To. Start.
We have the chiffon, we have the cutouts, we have the bikini-style top. What else could we ask for?
If the beading, cut, and sheerness of the dress isn’t convincing enough, then how about the dangerously high slit?
It has a beaded bodice and a feathered skirt. Sign us up, please!
Once we agree on the fact that this model is easily several years past high school, let’s just acknowledge one thing: This is lingerie.
Truly … that just looks like a nip slip waiting to happen.
But this one has a very mermaid feel, doesn’t it?
Let’s play a game: Prom dress or nightclub outfit?
Honestly, it’s just two pieces of bedazzled fabric. A dress? Absolutely not.
This dress has a lot of components, including being see-through, having sequins, and having a fur trim. At least the fur will keep her warm?
We’re getting serious Sesame Street vibes with this dress. Points for originality, at least?
From the ruffles to the neon lime green color, this dress is more reminiscent of a birthday cake — but hey, more power to whoever rocks this frock!
This dress definitely caught all of the colors of the rainbow.
Yep, the wearer of this (can we call this a dress?) ensemble is sure to be cold at night.
This dress, with its low V-cut neckline and double thigh-high slit, is a wardrobe malfunction waiting to happen.
This form-fitting snakeskin gown is more akin to something worn in a nightclub rather than prom.
This pink prom dress has a V-cut that goes all the way down to her belly button. Maybe not necessary for prom?
This blue number has a thigh-high slit and deep, deep neckline that seems more fitting for a Bond girl than a teen’s prom.
From the flared mermaid-style fit to the very deep cut, this dress is teetering on the extra side of things.
This nude-colored frock reminds us more of a nightgown than a prom dress.
We’re just not sure a sequined tube top counts as prom attire? Maybe any other day!
Okay, did we miss the memo that stated that dresses no longer have to have a midsection?
This sequined dress, with its thigh-high slit and off-the-shoulder style, is definitely an eye-catcher — maybe because it seems like something a celeb would wear at a movie premiere?
This dress features cut-outs and a barely there back. We’re getting cold just looking at it.
The bodice of this pale pink dress is totally sheer, other than some padding over the boobs. One too-fast dance move and …
This sequined set is definitely glamorous. It’s also maybe a little too much for prom.
If the goal of this dress is to barely seem like it’s there, then it’s succeeding, especially with that netted feature over the midriff.
This lacy gown looks more like a piece of lingerie instead of a prom dress. But it’s a nice piece of lingerie!
We’re getting some serious old Hollywood–style glam from this outfit. Only, a prom might not be the best place to rock this racy outfit.
Now this definitely just looks like a sports bra and a maxi skirt.
This form-fitting black lace gown has a dangerously high thigh slit.
This back is dangerously low, and it doesn’t look like the straps would do much either.