New York, NY, November 19, 2016 --(PR.com
)-- Just as the excitement from homecoming has quieted down, fashion powerhouse Jovani has released their 2017 prom dress collection. The 2017 prom dress collection reflects some of the latest trends in the fashion world. From ruffles and floral prints to bold colors, plunging necklines and illusion mesh designs, Jovani's design team has focused on turning all the major catwalk styles into prom-ready dresses.
Though a number of new companies have popped up online offering cheap prom options, these newbies fall far short on quality. Unlike these dress retailers that cater to the low-end high school prom market, Jovani's gowns are crafted from fine fabrics with high-quality construction. The 2017 prom collection by Jovani is targeted toward a discerning customer who wants to wear the finest prom dresses available in fashion-forward styles.
According to Jovani designers, some of the biggest prom trend colors have been incorporated into the dresses for 2017. Maroon and burgundy remain on the shortlist of hot prom colors for 2017, as do the traditional black, red and also white. It's interesting to note that white, traditionally a little-worn prom dress color, has gained ground on other colors in recent years and is in high demand for prom 2017.
Now that the 2017 prom dress collection has been released to the public, the dresses are beginning to hit Jovani's more than 2,000 retailers across the world. From Neiman Marcus to fine evening wear salons, girls giddy to start hunting for the perfect prom dress will soon have the chance to try on their favorite 2017 styles. There is also good news for high school prom goers who loved last year's styles – Jovani's 2016 prom dress collection is still available at select retailers across the country.
About Jovani Fashion
Known for their high fashion design and red carpet celebrity dresses, Jovani has been offering a growing prom dress collection for a number of years now. Jovani was founded in 1980 by Jacob Maslavi. Now owned by his sons Saul and Abraham, the company has grown to over $125 million in annual sales – making it the largest player in the prom dress industry. Jovani designs are created with the intention of bringing out the inner beauty of all women who wear their dresses.