The Christmas season is upon us once again and it's that time of the year where as well as ticking everything off your xmas shopping list, we start to think about outfits we can where to those special occasions leading up to Christmas. I've put together a little wishlist of dresses I've got my eyes on this year. I have no idea whether I'll be doing anything that requires a fancy outfit but it's always good to be prepared nonetheless.
1 - Cobalt Bardo Dress - Asos
I love the structure of this dress, it's classy but has a sexy edge to it. Cobalt is a colour I have recently fallen in love with as it's so bold and really stands out, which is something I think most people looking for a dress for a certain occasion tend to go for. I'd say as the neckline is so far up you wouldn't really need to accessorise it up too much. A nice pair of earrings would be perfect, but if you'd still prefer to rock a necklace with it then something dainty would be spot on.
2 - Green Glitter High Neck Dress - Topshop
No matter what occasion, Topshop always have the perfect dresses for everyone occasion. This high neck just has everything I look for in a dress down to a t. This is a really lovely looking high neck and I honestly think no necklace is needed at all. I could see some bangles looking gorgeous with it.
3 - Navy Sequin Dress - George
I'lll always be a lover of glitter but I think I love it just that extra bit more around this time. I love the simplicity of it. Navy isn't really my first choice of colour for a dress as I either love to go for plain black or something really colourful. I'm not really a big fan of the top of my arms either so I really like how it's neither sleeveless or too long. These would look amazing styled with some heeled boots.
4 - Deep Plunge Split Maxi - Asos
This is honestly such a daring dress and I'd really have to put a lot of thought into whether I could pull it off or even just wondering whether it's too fancy or not to what I am attending. It's amazing to take risks sometimes, especially with fashion and your own personal style. When picking dresses I like to stick with not having everything out at once and this pushes that a bit as there's cleavage and a thigh split, but I think it's perfectly fine whether you choose to go for one or both.
5 - Printed T-Shirt Dress - Asos
This is definitely something a little different from what I'd usually go for as it's a t-shirt dress. I really like it because I don't think it's my typical christmas party style dress. Unlike the other dresses I've picked, I think this one would be great to style again for other fancy events that aren't christmas related.
Apologies for the awful quality but I hope this post has given a little insight and perhaps inspiration into ideas for what to wear in the coming weeks leading up to christmas... And possibly new years events.
What kind of dresses do you like to wear to Christmas events?