Teen Vogue's Virtual Prom: Best Instagram Looks

From elaborate makeup to gowns fit for a red carpet.

Teen Vogue’s Virtual Prom has come and gone, and it was certainly a night to remember. With an iconic performance by Chloe x Halle, a surprise (and hilarious) cameo from Dylan Sprouse, and several other memorable celebrity appearances including Charli D’Amelio, Lana Condor, and Madelaine Petsch, it’s safe to say that it was a festive night — as made even further evident by the attendees, all of whom were equally dressed to the nines.

Throughout the night, prom guests posted photos of their formal attire to Instagram and Twitter, using the hashtag #TVGoesToProm. While everyone looked like a member of the prom court of course, we decided to round up some of our favorite pics of the night. From elaborate makeup designs to dresses fit for a red carpet, check out some of the best Instagrams from the evening!

We loved this backdrop from @oofmel.

Not to mention the glamorous dress! A+ style game.

And @la.richardss is making us want to dye our hair pink.

Can we also talk about these eye gems? Perfection!

We’re ready for @1ieko to give us a master class in mirror selfies.

Total glam!

The patterns! The stars! Oh my!

We’re loving everything about this look from @oh____nevermind.

IG user @beyoncebbz went for an iconic pose by the stairs.

Hello, lighting! We adore these pics — and this dress.

We’re all about the star motif from @stellalowery.

Not to mention the gold gown and matching eyeshadow. A look!

Pretty sure @diveroliviakae aced the formal photo portion of the evening.

This is red-carpet worthy.

And this adorable photo of @ciarasimone8 is a mood.

“Prom was fun,” reads the caption. We definitely agree!

And remember — prom may be over, but the senior year celebrations have only just begun. Up next? Teen Vogue’s 2020 Commencement ceremony, which will feature appearances from Stacey Abrams, Tomi Adeyemi, Jameela Jamil, Brandon Maxwell, Aly Raisman, Tracee Ellis Ross, Noor Tagouri, Jonathan Van Ness, and Anna Wintour. For more details — and how to submit your own commencement speech — click here.

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