Memories from Payton

Prom Fashion (See prom fashion pictures)

Payton’s 2014 senior prom saw 150 teens dressed to the nines in a ballroom at the Drake hotel. The fashion was as varied as the students themselves: short dresses and long, black tuxes and white. One of the major trends in the ladies attire was dresses with cutouts or open backs; it seemed like everyone was showing some skin. It’s a lot more difficult for the guys to differentiate themselves in a tux given that most tend to go with the black jacket and white shirt. However, there were a few standouts in white, or with colored vests, who spiced the scene up.

Julia Szromba, Sam Sylvander, and Morgan Aranda break the "little black dress" trend.

Julia Szromba, Sam Sylvander, and Morgan Aranda break the “little black dress” trend.

James Smith and Ethan may pose in their brightly colored vests.

James Smith and Ethan may pose in their brightly colored vests.

Matthew McConaughey, I mean Nathan Read, also killed it in a white tux.

Matthew McConaughey, I mean Nathan Read, also killed it in a white tux.

Evan Lowry was one of few who chose to venture away from the traditional black tux.

Evan Lowry was one of few who chose to venture away from the traditional black tux.

Natalie Palmert went against the norm of the floor-length prom dress- and looked great while doing it.

Natalie Palmert went against the norm of the floor-length prom dress- and looked great while doing it.

JinJin Tang shows some skin in her backless dress.

JinJin Tang shows some skin in her backless dress.

Alyssa Estrada joins the ranks of dresses with cutouts.

Alyssa Estrada joins the ranks of dresses with cutouts.

Eleanor Musick is one of many wearing a dress with cutouts,

Eleanor Musick is one of many wearing a dress with cutouts,

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