The Holiday Party Dress Edit

Holiday Party Dress Edit.


If your list of invites to Christmas and Holiday parties is fast outstripping the number of outfits you can put together, here’s a quick post on how to ‘werk it’ this festive season with our Holiday party dress edit. I think the great thing about dressing for a party or event this time of year is that you can get away with almost anything. Whilst there’s a leaning toward the frivolous with sequins and metallics seeing a lot of action, it’s also super easy to be elegant and chic and still hit the right style notes.


The key to a winning party look is to feel totally comfortable with what you are wearing so that you can relax and enjoy the evening or occasion itself. Find your comfort zone, and you will find your happy place style wise. For more info on how to find your own style niche try our Start Here page, or grab a coffee and read this post about which party dress suits your style.


I picked up this sleek party dress from Mango recently (they’ve been pretty much killing it all season long on the trend front), and although I’m definitely looking to spend less on fashion these days and do a little more shopping in my own wardrobe, I already have at least 3 spring events chalked in for re-wearing this cutie. I’ve paired it here with Kurt Geiger sparkly heels, a SS19 blush clutch from The White Company (*recently gifted) and a simple Marni gold cuff (similar here).


What’s great about party dressing, is that you can mix up your textures and styles. I’m a great advocate of mashing up and layering a look, and these days it’s totally de rigueur to work your biker jacket with your sparkly skirt, or your faux fur jacket with your velvet party pants. And when it comes to seasonal bling, if you prefer to steer clear of all over bedazzling at this time of year, you can always drop a nod to the festive vibe by opting for some sparkly accessories.

Holiday Party Dress Edit… where to shop.


So where to shop for your Holiday party dress and what to look out for this season? First up to nail a few seasonal trends look for ruffles, sequins, sumptuous fabrics like satin, silk and velvets. As well as animal prints, winter florals and metallics if you are looking to keep one step ahead of the fash pack. Here’s an edit of some our favourites out there right now… click the images to shop. #AffiliateLinksUsed.

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