Tiffany Designs Prom Dresses

The designer House of Wu manufactures the labels Panoply, Hannah S, Studio 17, Damas, Quinceanera, Tiffany, and Tiffany Princess. The collections range in price widely anywhere from $99-$739 and come in sizes 00-28W for women, and also sizes 2- 16 for their youth line. A well-rounded and broad brand that carries every type of silhouette to fit many body types and styles. They have something for everyone and sell pretty much any design you can think from ballgowns, sexy and fitted, to little girl pageant dresses.

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about tiffanydesigns.com

Tiffany Designs is the original prom line for the House of Wu. It is a member of the Fab Four and has been the go to in the group for the classic prom look. Tiffany Designs gets its name from the daughter of the owner of the House of Wu, Tiffany Wu. The owner Wen Wu wanted to bring a prom line to the United States that had the girl next door look. When prom and pageant dress shopping, it will be very easy to pick from the Tiffany Designs prom dress line. The dresses are simply easy to wear. They are very well made and their fit is amazing. Tiffany is for the all American girl who loves life and looking great!

Since 1994, Tiffany Designs has been leading the prom dress industry. They have always had their customer in mind when designing gorgeous dresses that any girl can wear. A Tiffany dress will work for any formal event you have in mind. Homecoming, pageants, prom, sorority formals, fraternity formals, Christmas parties, recitals, cruises, or formal weddings are all great places to wear a Tiffany Designs dress. One of the best places to find good prom dress websites is on our "approved sites" page.

Bold colors are always used in the Tiffany Designs prom line. We love turquoise, fuchsia, red, emerald green, black, royal blue, and white. Necklines featured in the Tiffany Designs line are: halter, sweetheart strapless, one shoulder, v-neck, scoop strapless, straight strapless, and sweetheart halter. Silhouettes found in the Tiffany Designs line are: a-line, mermaid, slim flare, ruffle skirt, trumpet, hi-low hem, ball gown, or pickup full skirt. Lots of different materials are used in the collection. Materials used are: charmeuse, taffeta, organza, tulle, chiffon, printed taffeta, fully sequined, printed chiffon, satin, lame', printed charmeuse, lace, glitter tulle, printed tulle, silky chiffon, and sequined organza.

The designer of Tiffany Designs is Liz Luo. She loves detail and tries to include special touches like beading, embroidery, and other embellishments to all the gowns. As you can see, these dresses include lots of details and this is what makes them so unique. You can have classic looking prom dresses with a touch of spunk! That little extra touch makes the girl wearing the dress feel extra special. So, we are going to help you find the perfect dress for your next formal event in the Tiffany Designs line. Are you going to prom? Look at the mermaid styles! Mermaid styles are the designer's absolute favorite type of dress! Liz Luo loves to bling out the top of the mermaid dresses and let the beads fade out as they make their way down the dress!

Are you going to be in a pageant? If you are a freshman, pick up one of the many beautiful ball gowns in the collection. You cannot go wrong with any of them. If you are a Sophomore, try one of the empire waist chiffon gowns in a beautiful soft color! If you are a Junior or Senior, Tiffany makes a wide variety of dresses that would work for this category, but our favorite is the straight strapless, beaded bodice, a-line skirt, with a front split in a solid color like black, white, turquoise, or fuchsia! This style is a Tiffany Designs classic and you cannot go wrong! We are positive that you will love the Tiffany prom line as girls have been doing for close to twenty years! Tiffany Designs corporate headquarters is in Fort Myers, Florida.

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