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5 Head-Turning Jovani Homecoming Dresses

Autumn fashions are known for their understated colors and style, but that hasn't held back Jovani designers from offering a diverse array of eye-catching homecoming dresses

LOS ANGELES, Aug. 18, 2014 /PRNewswire/ -- Sure, the leaves in most places won't start changing for at least another month, but as far as most teens are concerned, we're already well into the 2014 homecoming season! Fortunately, the world-class Jovani designers are already on top of it with a fall collection that is even more expansive and dazzling than usual. You'll have plenty of options to choose from when seeking out the one perfect dress to accentuate your own beauty, so, to help make your shopping as easy as possible, here's a list of some of the most innovative trends to look for:

  1. Swinging 60's Style – The Mad Men effect has taken ahold of top designers around the globe – including the always en vogue designers at Jovani. For mod-inspired flower-power that's fun and flirty, check out Jovani 92319; it's a sleeveless dress featuring floral prints and a colorful lace applique. It's both a blast from the past and undeniably au currant.
  2. Vibrant Hues – Fall fashions are traditionally based on understated blacks, browns, blues and grays, so what better time could there be to make a splash in a dazzling bright dress like Jovani 91270? Believe it or not, this strapless lace little number with a sweetheart neckline and sheer corset bodice isn't from the Jovani 2015 prom collection – it's ready for the dance floor this fall!  And why not – it's ALWAYS the right time of year for pink!
  3. Sheer Perfection – Every girl's tastes are uniquely her own, but for some, no dress can compare to the exquisite appeal of a sheer evening dress. Fortunately, the elite Jovani designers have paid attention, as you can see in Jovani 20203, featuring a divine cap sleeve, intricate beading and side sheer panels and back.
  4. Remarkable Sparkle – The blend of autumnal grays, blacks and blues that are so common in the autumn are perfectly offset by the dazzle of a beaded bodice dress like 99252, featuring a draped jersey bottom and open back. Available in blush, black or nude.
  5. Dark Romance – Of course, the more muted shades of fall don't necessarily have to be boring. Ladies looking to express their more mature side will find plenty of options in the moody tones and intricate patterns of Jovani 89930. These dresses prove that sophistication can be sexy, too!

You can visit the Jovani website at www.Jovani.com right now to see what's in style, who's wearing Jovani, and what makes Jovani dresses and gowns truly exceptional fashion statements. Jovani also has active social media accounts, found throughout the web with the handle "JovaniFashions" on Facebook, Tumblr, Twitter, Pinterest, Blogger, and Instagram; "JFashiongrl" on YouTube, and "Jovani Fashions" on VK, LinkedIn, Google+. For more information, contact [email protected]. Look like a celebrity this summer, get a Jovani now!

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