Did you ask for the perfect pair of heels for Christmas? Now that the two-day holly madness is over it’s time to find the matching dress. Because what better way is to celebrate New Year’s Eve than with a breathtaking gown that’ll have you turning heads all night long. Our TOP 10 smoking hot selection of gorgeous dresses are waiting for you. Which dress are you? Daring sequins, the little black dress, the long sleeve one or the most volumed one? It’s about time to sort it out! (SHOP this post: CLICK on the images)
A more demure take on the designers signature sensuality is all about black. The black crepe Angelina dress from Altuzarra (left) is cut with neat capped sleeves and falls to a ladylike knee length. While the “Faith” bandage dress from Hervé Léger (right) has delicate scalloped edges and a floaty hemline, gold-tone studs add to the tough-luxe vibe. Match both with high sandals and golden accessories.
New Year’s Eve is the very best occasion to shine bright like a diamond. And why not do it with a sequins or metallic textured dress? While Emilio Pucci (left) did not fail to leave some space without glam, Michael Kors (right) used silver thread to add shimmer to this fil coupé dress. Due to the kitsch-like gowns, go for laid-back accessories such as simple suede pumps or sandals and clutches.
When it comes to dresses, even if they are sequinned, simple black ones or the bohemian types I love when they come with long sleeves. I find it so beautiful when you put on a nice gown with perfectly fitted tight sleeves and wear a neat nail polish and pretty jewellery. Salvatore Ferragamo (left) amps up the drama with his metallic gown while Lover’s luxurious silver coloured shift dress (right) made of high-quality lace in slim fit and in knee length with stand-up collar.
Would you dare being the spotlight of the night? I hope you don’t mind my craziness but I just could not resist lining up these two standout beauties from Lanvin and Issey Miyake. Lanvin’s standout ivory mini dress (left) has been impeccably crafted in France with slim straps, a silk-satin bow and a silk-organza lining. It’s just as striking as Issey Miyake’s asymmetric volume dress (right) in the shade of petrol blue. Keep yours in full focus with minimal accessories.
After thinking in textures, cuts and statement blacks, let’s see about colours. While Valentino’s little red dress (left) is almost like a wardrobe staple, this Preen by Thornton Bregazzi cobalt blue dress (right) demands attention, with its effortless but elegant silhouette and tonal, graphic print. Only for such nights like NYE. How do you feel about colours though? Red is indeed working for me, and blue is a colour I’ve just started to call my own lately. Did you manage to decide which dress are you?