Best prom styles under $100

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You can do prom on a budget and still have your dream dress. Check out these amazing styles that you can afford and still have money left over for the perfect shoes!

Courtesy of Unique Vintage

Bright Star

Gold Sequin Starlet Short Cocktail Dress,
$82, unique-vintage.com

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Courtesy of promgirl.com

Two Tulle For School

Short Strapless Party Dress,
$98, promgirl.com

Courtesy of ModCloth

Lace to the Finish

Modcloth Pirouette Perfect Dress,
$92.99, modcloth.com

Courtesy of mygirldress.com

Shimmer and Shine

Bubble Hem Party Dress with Accented Bow,
$75, mygirldress.com

Courtesy of gojane.com

Passionate in Purple

Strapless Tiered Ruffled Tulle Hem,
$98.99, gojane.com

Courtesy of Unique Vintage

Paris is Dancing

Blanc! Noir! Fleur! Scoop Neck Belted Swing Dress,
$98, unique-vintage.com

Courtesy of gojane.com

Shades of Gray

Pleated Ruffle Trim Cocktail Formal,
$64.99, gojane.com

Courtesy of promgirl.com

Naturally Neutral

One Shoulder Cocktail Dress,
$89, promgirl.com

Courtesy of ModCloth

Ruffle Your Feathers

Tile Be There Dress,
$99.99, modcloth.com

Courtesy of mygirldress.com

Teal There Was You

Unbalanced Hem Prom Dress,
$89.99, mygirldress.com

Courtesy of Unique Vintage

Silver Lining

Platinum Strapless Fitted Gathered Ribbon Tie Prom Dress,
$64, unique-vintage.com

Courtesy of gojane.com

Teal the Show

Asymmetrical Sequin Rhinestone,
$82.99, gojane.com

Courtesy of promgirl.com

One Shoulder Bee Darlin Dress

One Shoulder Bee Darlin Dress,
$99, promgirl.com

Courtesy of Unique Vintage

Purple Haze

Purple & Black Ornate Blossom Cocktail Dress,
$88, unique-vintage.com

Courtesy of mygirldress.com

Ready or Knot

Dashing Red Bubble Hem Party Dress,
$75, mygirldress.com

Courtesy of Unique Vintage

American Gothic Glamour

Black Sweet As Peach Pie Strapless Chiffon Swing Dress,
$98, unique-vintage.com

Courtesy of promgirl.com

Be a Gem

Dancing Queen Short Halter Tulle Dress,
$99, promgirl.com

Courtesy of gojane.com

Dancing After Midnight

Beaded Rhinestone Jewel Trim Formal,
$68.99, gojane.com

Courtesy of promgirl.com

Trailblazer

XOXO High Low Dress,
$99, promgirl.com

Courtesy of gojane.com

All Laced Up

Strapless Tiered Lace Cocktail Formal,
$85.99, gojane.com

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

 

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