Between decorating, baking, and preparing for parties, winter can feel like a magical time of the year. Luckily for shopaholics, nothing adds to the magic of the season like dressing up! Whether you want to show off leathers, furs, sequin, or a-lines, you’ll want to look amazing. We can help. Read on to see some great dresses you can rock at your next holiday party.

You deserve nothing less than the perfect Jacquard dress. With a touch of vintage and a timeless print, the Crimson Skies Jacquard Dress By MM Couture is for you. (via Ruche)

Elegance is best when understated. Make heads turn when you wear this Debut Flounce Dress. The structure and flare of this dress is perfect for family occasions and professional functions. (via Ann Taylor)


Anne of Green Gables said, “It is ever so much easier to be good if your clothes are fashionable.”  Be better than good. Be a darling in the Downstage Darling Dress. (via ModCloth)

Ladies, the price is right, the dress is tight, and it would sure look good with suede. Enjoy some champagne in Pretty as Punch Dress.  (via ModCloth)

You’ll never guess why we find the Colorblock Cut-In Shift so exciting. Is it the two shades of attention-grabbing blue? Nope. It’s not the lace or the tulip skirt, either. It’s the neckline! Never underestimate a good shoulder-clavicle ratio. (via Anthropologie)


The cut of this bell skirted dress is great for every size, height, and personality. The material combination on the BB Dakota Easy as Blueberry Pie Dress is perfect for cold weather and theatrical enough for holiday drama. Plus, it has pockets! (via ModCloth)

Even peplum skeptics will love the understated Elsa Peplum Dress. This peplum is a shy lace tier that will keep all your secrets (namely, the ones that involve way too much cheesecake). Camouflaging your midsection like a pro– thanks, peplum! (via Anthropologie)

Peek-a-boo all around: show off your bod in this Under Blue Moon Dress. With bombshell details like a bustier bodice, removable straps, and a cutout back, this dress is ideal for romantic holiday evenings. (via Free People)

What is your holiday style?


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