2010 has been a remarkable year for Sherri Hill. Always a favorite, Sherri Hill gowns and cocktail dresses make a routine appearance at beauty pageants all across the world. Elegant, feminine, and stylish, too, the dresses exude grace with youthful charm that’s befitting of any beauty queen. And even though the label is no stranger to the beauty spotlight, it’s still a big accomplishment when both Miss America and Miss Universe are crowned in Sherri Hill.
On January 30th, 2010 Miss Virginia, Caressa Cameron was crowned Miss America. She wore a dazzling Sherri Hill evening gown in yellow satin with a rhinestone bodice and flashy one-shoulder neckline. Simple and refined, the gown complemented the young contestant’s carefree style, and the boisterous yellow hue matched her glowing personality.
Fast forward to August 23, 2010 at the Mandalay Bay resort in Las Vegas. After days of competition, Jimena Navarette, Miss Mexico was crowned Miss Universe 2010. She chose a stunning red evening gown by Sherri Hill, artful in its elegant design. Delicate pleating at the bodice, an embellished one-shoulder neckline, and a graceful flowing overskirt captivated the world’s attention from the pageant stage. Shimmering ruby embellishments added to her enchanting charm.
In addition to the crowned winner, all of the top 15 contestants wore the same Sherri Hill cocktail dress during the competition. This fun party frock is a trendsetter with chic bandage layers and flashy rhinestone embellishments. It flatters several different body types and can be worn in a variety of styles. Maybe it’s this versatility that keeps the label in the pageant limelight? We’re not really sure, but one thing we do know is we can expect the same quality, fashion-savvy, and refinement from Sherri Hill that will always be a leading contingent.
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