Prom Fashion Trends

It’s officially prom season, Bratzies! You know I’m all about trend setting and making a fashion statement, so this year I’m kicking it up to a whole new level with my light up dress! What better way to standout in a crowd than to light up the room, right?!

But just because I’ve got my look all picked out, doesn’t mean I haven’t been keeping my

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eye on the upcoming prom trends for you lovelies. Here are the top three fashion statements to look forward to this prom season:

Short feathered skirts are totally hot right now. Dresses with feathers look fun, fashionable and fierce!

Sequins! You can never have too much glitz! Just remember to keep the accessories to a minimum when wearing a fully blinged out dress.

Having trouble deciding on a short dress or long dress? The high-low hemline is so in right now! Show some leg in the front and keep it long and glam in the back. Some high-low hemline dresses even come with a fun pattern on the inside!

Tell me all about your prom fashion picks!

Luv,

True Hope Bratz Dolls Receive Celebrity Support

In February, MGA Entertainment announced its plans to launch a line of dolls called “True Hope” Bratz® and Moxie Girlz™ Dolls in response to the social media petition for a bald doll to raise awareness of children going through chemotherapy, affected by alopecia or dealing with a parent with cancer.

Hunger Games star, Kalia Prescott, encouraged her Twitter followers to check out Bratz True Hope.

 

The dolls will be available to purchase in June at Toys “R” Us and $1 from each will be donated to City of Hope Cancer Foundation.

Bratz and MGA Entertainment received a resounding amount of support from the public following this announcement. We wanted to share some of the buzz from our celebrity supporters here on the official Bratz Trends blog—it’s always trendy to help others!

At the 2012 Kids’ Choice Awards celebrities tweeted their support for Bratz True Hope.

Aubrey O'Day from former pop group Danity Kane and Celebrity Apprentice star, tweeted her support and applauded Bratz for being the first to create dolls for this cause.

Dana Wilkey from the Real Housewives of Beverly Hills tweeted her support and thanked Bratz for stepping up!

Jennifer Stone, who plays Harper on Wizards of Waverly Place, stopped by to say hello to the True Hope Bratz!

Another Wizards of Waverly Place star, Maria Canals-Berrera, came by to see what True Hope is all about.

Madison Pettis, currently stars in Disney's Life With Boys, posed with True Hope Bratz.

Singer Cody Simpson showed his support for True Hope Bratz Boyz!