It looks like the season for office parties, festive drinks, Christmas dinners and New Year's celebrations is back on, and so there's finally a reason to invest in party dresses that you'll actually be able to wear.
I understand sequins aren't for everyone, but there really is an option to suit all personalities out there. If you're feeling OTT, go for full-on 80's sequins. But for something more muted, choose a matte or dark sequin accent.
WHITE PARTY DRESSES
Forget any preconceptions you might have about wearing white at a party, there really is very little as chic as a creamy satin gown or minimal white suit.
When in doubt, an LBD will see you through any occasion. This season, opt for a paired-back 90s silhouette. Cut out details were everywhere on the catwalk, but if that's a little too darling, opt for a plunging neckline or back keyhole.
DRESSES WITH SLEEVES
The emphasis on statement sleeves this season means there are plenty of stylish options about if you're not keen on showing your arms.
DESIGNER PARTY DRESSES
While they may seem pricey, designer dresses can be worth the extra money, thanks to more durable materials and impreccable raftmanship. You can shop my favourite designer dresses that i show you above, in very affortable price.
THE MINI DRESS
There's something ceremonious about donning a mini dress - and it puts dancing firmly back on the agenda. This season, there's an array of frothy delights to indulge our inner whimsy. Meanwhile a mini, with backless detail with chain in green will scintille like the night sky.
THE SLINKY DRESS
Nothing feels as sbtly elegant as a silky dress with an elongated hemline. Take your cues drom BSB whose nautral-toned pieces feel both feminine and lanquid - particularly the 90s inspired dress which looks like liquid gold.
THE BRIGHT AND COLORFUL DRESS
What inspires a feeling of celebration quite like a dress in a vivacious hue? Designers opted for joyful colors this festive season, offering spirited dresses that radiate hapiness.
THE MODERN BLACK DRESS
A black dress never goes out of style, making it one of the ultimate investment pieces in any festive closet. But this season, the forever classic has been given a contemporary spin, refreshed with modern detailing and directional silhouettes. Tge statement off the shoulders mini for example, make a powerful impression. Meanwhile a cut out detail midi which cinches in at the bodice a must-wear for festive seasons to come.
THE FLORAL DRESS
The tropical floral print and elegant halter neck on this floaty summer party dress makes it a great go-to for hot nights. I love the sheer fabric teamed with a practical extra layer that hits just past the mini skirt level, so you wont be worrying that your knickers are showing.
THE HOT PINK DRESS
Hot pink is probably my favourite colour for summer parties - it sets off a tan, feels bright abd festive for the warm nights, and suits so many skin tones and hair colours. This dress is just fun- the backless detail, the sleeves, the flirty length all work together to make it a showstopper.
THE DEEP RED DRESS
What could be more of a showstopper than a deep red dress ! This stunning gown is fit for any formal event, with the cutt out detail.
THE MIDI SLIP DRESS
I'm loving all these silky dresses in bright, summery patters. It's a welcome level-up from the block colour slips we saw over the couple of years. This dress will hug your curves, but the pattern will act as a blur effect .
THE SATIN BACKLESS DRESS
Simple yet oh-so-elegant, this silky backless dress gets its showstopper status thanks to its drwstrings at the side and the lowback.You can have fun with accessories here - opt for jewelled statement earrings, or even add a chain belt for extra glam.
THE FLOATY CASUAL DRESS
Created in organic cotton, this floaty casual dress feels eleveted thanks to its beautiful open back with a delicate tie.
THE LINEN WHITE DRESS
Spell is known for its beautiful casual dresses, but what we love about this Bronte gown is the way you can take it from day to night with a quick footwear and accessories change.