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Have a Feeling You Won't Find the Perfect Prom Dress? 'Let it Go!'

Thanks to this year's spring collection from Jovani, young ladies will find a warm feeling inside even as winter hangs on for a few weeks more.

LOS ANGELES, March 14, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- This winter's hit movie Frozen, has proven to be a terrific hit. The movie features two sisters with wildly different personalities, but one thing in common – both show off a taste for dazzling dresses that will no doubt have girls considering the designer dresses and gowns they'll flaunt at this spring's prom. Fortunately, Jovani's prom 2014 collection proves that the world-class fashion house has outdone itself yet again. As girls around the country wait out the end of their own seemingly endless winter, they can take heart in knowing Jovani's pageant dresses, party dresses and more are sure to set new trends all spring and summer long.

Across much of the US, this winter has been one of the coldest, snowiest, and downright gloomiest in decades. For young women, that can mean a lot of nights bundled up under blankets inside, when they'd much rather be out and about, living it up and dancing the night away. Yet, daydreaming about prom can keep a girl excited even when the bitterest winds are gusting outside.

Looking out the window, it may seem like ages away, but the truth is that in only a couple short months, the day you've been awaiting since freshman year – or let's be honest, since kindergarten – will finally be here! Perhaps best of all, after endless months in a world that's frozen over, you can "Let it Go", as Elsa would say, and cut loose, while strutting your stuff in an utterly dazzling gown by Jovani.

Jovani is renowned among fashionistas the world over for their stunning array of dresses in a dizzying array of styles for every taste. For this year's prom season, the famed designer has gone all out, with all new styles, fits, silhouettes and fabrics that will have you utterly melting faster than snow mounds when spring hits its stride.

Jovani designers know that every girl's idea of the perfect prom – and their perfect look for the big night – is totally unique. That's why their prom collection for 2014 includes everything from slinky short cocktail dresses like Jovani 92110, featuring an embellished sweetheart neckline, to heart-stopping couture gowns like Jovani 72725. The mermaid gown features a beautiful beaded bodice with a unique tiered tulle skirt and train, making the dress the perfect mix of sophisticated grace and an undeniable sense of flirty fun.

If the last gasps of winter have got you longing for the scintillating thrills of spring, remember to check out the latest Jovani fashions at the designer's constantly updated website and dream of one of the biggest nights of your life. You can also keep in touch with the fashion designer's social media platforms, including Pinterest, Facebook, Twitter, YouTube, Tumblr, BlogSpot, LinkedIn, VK, Instagram, and Google+.


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