How to Choose a Military Ball Dress

PromGirl offers gorgeous gowns and affordable formal dresses for military balls.

New York, NY -- January 18, 2007 -- The military ball is an important event for those in the armed forces with dress protocols for military and civilian attendees. The proper dress for a military ball is a formal evening dress or gown. The dress should be knee to floor length and tasteful. PromGirl (www.promgirl.com) offers beautiful gowns and stylish dresses just right for military balls.

With the broad selection of dresses at PromGirl, selecting the right dress is not a challenge. Most military balls include a formal dinner, receiving line as well as dancing. In selecting a dress, it is important to choose a dress in which you can easily walk, sit and dance. The members of the military in attendance will be in dress uniforms, so you will want to choose a dress that will complement your escort.

PromGirl has formal dresses from knee to floor length at a variety of price points. With a selection that includes dresses from petite to plus size, women shopping a military ball dress can find a tasteful formal dress at PromGirl no matter what their size or budget. Don't forget that you will need a pair of shoes for the formal dance. While at PromGirl, check out the large selection of matching prom shoes and high-heeled formal shoes and accessories.

"The military ball is an important function for military personnel," says PromGirl Vice President Kim Broomall, "We offer women a wide selection of dresses and shoes so that they can look their best at this event."

Here are four tips from Prom Girl for choosing a dress for a military ball:

1.   Select a dress that is knee to floor length
2.   Choose your dress in a color that complements your escort's attire
3.   Pick a dress style that is comfortable for walking, sitting and dancing
4.   Wear formal shoes that you can walk and dance in

And here's a bonus tip: be sure to ask if there are any special instructions that you need to know about proper etiquette for the military ball.