When shopping for a gown so many contestants try to find that "winning gown", but the reality is, you are the one that wins, not the dress. Make sure you choose it to suit you. One element of this is the color selection of your dress. Everyone tends to think that certain colors are winning colors, but when you look at the past winners of pageant systems, they all wear different color dresses, yellow, black, red, white, pink, etc. One thing the winners all have in common, they chose a color that was right for them, not the pageant.
A few tips about color to keep in mind when shopping for gowns:
- Fabric holds color differently. So Blush in Taffeta, and Blush in Acrylic Fiber will vary in shade.
- If you can get a color analysis done, do it. Knowing what colors look best on you and make you stand out is worth the investment.
- Don't go by what the sales person or your friends say, choose the color that you feel the most confident in, that will show in your confidence on stage and in the interview portion off stage.