Have you spent all your time planning what to buy your nearest and dearest and how best to impress the in-laws this Christmas, completely forgetting about yourself? Don’t worry; help is on hand. We’ve picked out five of the best Christmas
Karen Millen Hard Metallic Jacquard Dress
Every woman needs an LDB in her wardrobe and this one from
Therapy All Over Sequin Dress
Shimmering, shining metallic dresses are the hottest styles on the high street this Christmas. This bold, golden dress from Therapy will help you stand out from all those fairy lights and baubles. It has a loose sixties style shape, with sleeves to the elbow and rounded neckline. Its casual shape is perfectly contrasted with the statement making material covered in thousands of golden sequins.
Cutie Mesh Waist Dress
This show stopping red dress from Cutie is unbelievably sexy. Its bodycon shape and mesh sections above and below the bust will make you the centre of attention. This dress isn’t for the wallflowers among you as it is figure hugging and leaves little to the imagination, but as a party dress, this is a real winner.
BIBA Asymmetric One Shoulder Maxi Dress
Maxis aren’t just for summer. This stunning dress from BIBA proves maxis are year-round essentials. This beautiful blue metallic dress is a mixture of classic Hollywood glamour and seventies disco fever. The ruched and draped detailing add interest and help to flatter the silhouette whilst the one-shoulder strap keeps it modern and fresh.
Warehouse Colourblock Soft Slouchy Dress
Reminiscent of the 1940s skirt and blouse combinations, this two-tone dress from Warehouse is relaxed yet sexy. It looks like two separates, but the creamy, slight rouched one-shoulder top and black tulip skirt are actually one dress. It’s simple, sassy and perfect for a night out with the girls.
With Thanksgiving around the corner, it’s not hard to worry more about the cooking and calories than it is what you’re wearing. Between the heat in the kitchen and family and friends on their way, maybe a fitted sweater is the least of your worries. The style experts at Dressbarn, however, say the bird shouldn’t be the only thing well-dressed on Thanksgiving.
The indulger 🙂 would look cute,comfy and have plenty of wiggle room in this sweater dress with tights and slouchy boots.
The fashionista who can do It all herself will look effortlessly chic in this satin blouse, pencil skirt and ballerina flats.
Comfort Queens will not have to sacrifice style in this military style blouse, jeggings and riding boots.
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I was out shopping a few days ago and noticed that the Christmas dresses are all out in force. I absolutely love this time of year, with rail after rail glistening with
Christmas is probably the only time of year that we could get away with wearing such a ridiculously sparkly dress, so make the most of it. We are lucky that gorgeous cocktail dress come in tons of styles and designs – the hardest part is choosing one. A sequined dress doesn’t just inject a touch of glamour; it also puts me in mind of the Hollywood starlets of the past. And another thing – cocktail dresses don’t have to be black! I get so bored when I’m chatting to my girlfriends about our Christmas cocktail dresses and they all begin with “Well it’s black….” So I went on the hunt for a sparkly, sequined dress of COLOR.
When I typed the words “sequined cocktail dress” into my search engine, there were tonnes of sites popping up, and a lot of them were money-motivated. The top sites were the ones offering cocktail dresses at around a mere $30, which got my pulse racing (and so many styles, from retro and modern to racy and demure). I adored the red sequined numbers but was worried I would come across as a bit of a Jessica Rabbit wannabe, so settled with a gorgeous lilac dress with a shabby chic feel – brought to you by Kate Moss no less! So remember, when it comes to cocktail dresses, black isn’t always best!
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Jag Ture is a regular article writer and blogger for a variety of retail and deals based websites including Brandsexclusive.com. Brands Exclusive are an online fashion retailer, specialising in Cocktail Dresses and