Top Thirteen Skanky Prom Gowns: Definitely Not Mom-Approved (PHOTOS)

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10. Hot Pink Mini Dress by Sherri Couture 2220

Site description: "Short gets sassy and fun in this seductive hot pink mini dress by Sherri Hill. If you're looking for a sexy short dress in pink to show off your curves this form fitting dress is a perfect choice. Dare to wear it to prom or make it a fun night at the clubs this mini dress is sure to get you noticed. This sexy short dress is also available in black, red, or white. $260."

Our take: This notice-me number comes in every teenager's favorite colors and shows off our tiny ass before it goes to hell ten years later. Bonus: We can go bra-less.

Mom's take: Well, you have to have the right shape to wear it, that's for sure. Actually, I think that one is better than the other ones. It needs to be a little longer overall, but at least it's a little higher in the front. I like the pastel green version. No, that one's not that bad. But these dresses are all for twenty-something-year-olds, not sixteen-year-olds.

Are we allowed to wear it to prom? No.

9. Terani Dress P1616

Site description: "Show off your toned back in this 2013 Terani Dress style P1616. Showcasing a plunged neckline, and bedazzled straps that criss cross in the back and create a lovely view. A printed chiffon skirt overlays a tulle poufy skirt. Compliment with Tear Drop Earrings, Multiple Single Strand Bracelets, and Fabulous Heels for a finished look. You will make a fashion forward statement in this flirty Terani Dress. $350."

Our take: The white fabric heralds a return to innocence. Also, we could add some wings and reuse this as a fairy costume for Halloween. Get more for your money!

Mom's take: Well, that looks like a nightie! I don't see anything good. No, absolutely not.

Are we allowed to wear it to prom? No.

8. Xcite 30342

Site description: "Stunning high low dress with a halter neckline and embellished with sequins. $318."

Our take: The long/short combo should please both Mom and Johnny from the football team. Besides, this dress will fulfill our long-held dream of becoming a sexy vampire, like the ones that are all the rage on TV nowadays.

Mom's take: Ugh, it does look like a vampire dress. I don't think it's necessary to have the dress's back cut out when you're sixteen. I don't like the long and short of it, and there's too much cleavage. I don't like this one at all. At all.

Are we allowed to wear it to prom? No.

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