Matric Dance Dress Ideas
"Say Yes To The Matric Dress"
Getting ready to say goodbye to the last year of high school? Finding the perfect matric dance dress can be the greatest joy or your worst nightmare but there are some important factors to keep in mind when looking for the dream dress.
Always stay true to your style
If you wouldn’t give a trend a go just for fun, don’t do it. There is nothing worse than feeling like you never want to look at your photos because you can’t bear to see your dress. Staying true to your style will ensure that you’re comfortable and confident all night long, but if you're not quite sure what your style is, opt for something classic from our range of evening dresses.
Consider the season
Are you planning on looking like an ice princess with a fur stole in the peak of summer? You can look every bit chic and on point by being mindful of the season you’re in rather than looking like you misread the weather report.
Know which length suits you best
Even if it means trying a dress in every possible length and style. The last thing you want is to feel like you can barely take two steps without feeling like you’re going to trip or that you can’t hit the dancefloor without needing to pull your skirt down – we all know the struggle of the skirt rise.
Most importantly, pick a matric dance dress that makes you feel like the most beautiful woman in the room. If you feel like a million bucks then you’re going to love every minute of wearing that dress. Trust your instinct and maybe also your bestie, she knows you best after all.
Still not sure what style to choose? Here are a few great options…
The Best of both
Can’t decide if you want a mini or a maxi dress? Go for the ageless, high-low dress and get the best of both.
A lady can never go wrong wearing a little bit of lace. Opt for a timeless lace-detailed minidress in red, black or even a dusty pink.
Whether your matric farewell is in summer or winter, there is sure to be an evergreen floral print to suit your needs.
If you’re not big on colour then this is for you. Sticking with neutrals will give you more room to play with your accessories and add colour in the form of a bold lip or a clutch.