Short and Shiny Homecoming Looks by Rachel Allan

Homecoming is one of the best times of the year. The weather is just starting to cool off from a million degrees, you’re in the heart of Friday night lights, and you get to attend the first formal event of the school year! The homecoming dance is the perfect time to change up your typical prom look. Most girls do it up big when it comes to prom- the dresses are dramatic and the hair and faces are flawless. Definitely nothing wrong with that, we absolutely love seeing your stunning prom looks! But, homecoming is your chance to go for a look that is a little softer and subdued. Rachel Allan has got some seriously stunning looks (including shorts !!!) that are perfect for your homecoming look! If you want to have a super trendy look for hoco, style 4627 is the dress for you. This platinum metallic is sure to keep you shining! It has a square neck with ruffle sleeves that drop to form a cold shoulder. This two-piece jersey dress is cute AND comfortable; run, don’t walk, to snatch this dress before it’s gone! We promised shorts, so we’re here to deliver! Style 4633 may be the cutest homecoming two-piece you’ve ever seen. The top is covered in a swirled bead pattern that makes it very whimsical and fun. But, we know what you’re waiting for… the bottoms aren’t your typical running shorts! They are a shiny magenta with scalloped detail that adds flair and shape! It has a belt around the waist that will flatter your figure and is completely beaded to tie the top and bottom together! Even better, you can mix and match these pieces with other parts of your wardrobe to form a gorgeous outfit for a date or nice dinner! If you liked the last style, you’re going to love this one! Style L1198 is flirty and so fun! Instead of separate shorts, this style is a complete romper. It has flowy lace sleeves and is encrusted with black beading for a subtle sparkle. The scoop back perfectly pairs with the deep V in the front, and the shorts are sure to be comfortable while you’re on the field or at the dance! I mean, what is better than a romper?!