Fairy-tale ball gowns Prince Charming will love and so will the Prom Princess in you!
Sexy fitted Mermaid designs to show off your fab curves with the glamorous look of old Hollywood screen goddesses
Dramatic halter gowns with plunging V-necks
Classic A-line silhouettes updated with fun pockets in the skirt. A timeless silhouettes that never goes out of style.
Figure-flattering Empire gowns that makes you look taller with flowing red-carpet look chiffon skirts
What's hot for plus-sized Prom dresses in2020?
Shimmer and shine: rich metallic fabrics that brigtened up the big night in popular colors like gunmetal, rose gold, silver and did we mention peacock?
Simply elegant: watch for gowns designed without any embellishment to be big.
Sequins: nothing is sexier or more glitzy than a Prom dress sewn in sequins.
Light blue: watch for this color to be the hot hue for Prom 2020. Our fave for this "it" color? Ice blue!
The Tease Prom Collection of figure-flattering plus size prom and formal gowns is sold exclusively at fine stores nationwide. Beware! Any Tease Prom formal gown sold on the Internet it is a counterfeit design. You will never get the flattering fit or style for Prom night or any of life's special occasions.
Where to Buy:
Shop till you drop online looking at Tease Prom 2020 Collection But you must head to a store to buy one of these amazing designs. Tease Prom dresses are never - ever - sold online. If you see one, beware! Stop and consider that the dress you are looking at is likely a counterfeit copy with poor quality fabric and construction and a horrible fit. Unsure if it’s a fake or a real Tease Prom gown? Contact us! We'll be glad to let you know.
Take the safe road. Shop with confidence. Buy an Authentic Tease Prom design at one of our Authorized Retailers. Check our Store Locator for one near you.
Designer Phyllis Brasch Librach, the talent behind the Tease Prom Collection, exudes a genuine passion for teen-age fashion. She knows how heart-breaking the hunt for the perfect Prom dress can be for curvy teens and their mothers. Phyllis launched her special occasion dress company after she failed to find a trendy plus size frock to fit and flatter her daughter.