By Sarah Kinonen. Photos: Courtesy of Instagram.
Remember when, back in 2005, the Internet was in a state of influx thanks to a single striped bondage dress? (Was it black and blue, or white and gold? My money's still on black and blue, TBH.) Well, folks, we might just be back to those confusing, color-changing days because the Dress 2.0 is here, but in a totally new form: a shade-shifting sequin mermaid gown.
The dress in question, created by Miami's A'Dore Couture Gowns Inc., is a custom-made white high-neck, key-hole mermaid gown covered in hundreds of intricate sequins that, when touched, transform from a pretty pearlescent shade to glistening gold hue. Pretty cool, eh?
OK, so technically the shade transformation on this prom number was created to change when touched, meaning it's not just a trick of the light that's altering this design's appearance, unlike other specialty dresses we may have been personally victimized by before. Nonetheless, there's no doubt this dress is still pretty mesmerizing, if you ask us. And whoever gets to wear this sparkly number to their senior prom is one lucky (and presumably happy) customer. Not only will they get to perform a full-on magic trick for friends (we're assuming), but they'll also get to take home not one but two different shades of gowns. Double dress win.
If you've got a few seconds to spare while you're sipping your morning coffee, go ahead and take a look at the color-changing dress in action here, where you'll see the shade-shifting in full effect.
This story originally appeared on Allure.
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