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on my list | new year’s eve dresses

I don’t know yet if I have New Year’s Eve plans this year, but I do know that a pretty dress is a great excuse to make some. Classic, funky, and plenty of sparkle, I’m loving these picks for New Year’s Eve.

on my list new years eve dresses

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If you haven’t noticed by now, I love a good fit and flare frock — the fuller the skirt, the better. When I started looking for NYE dresses, I was disappointed to find most are still of the body con variety. What I love most about all six of these dresses is that I would feel comfortable, in addition to fabulous, during my celebrating. I don’t know about you, but I don’t want to ring in the new year feeling self-conscious!
I’ve had my eye on this J.Crew Factory dress for a bit, but after seeing it on Jess earlier this month, I’m confident it would get a lot of wear in my life. I recently fell in love with Alfred Sung through work (they make the prettiest bridesmaids dresses!), and I couldn’t help but include this Audrey-esque dress to my wishlist. Again, this is a dress I feel like I could grab for any formal event and know I’d look great without a lot of effort. The navy skater dress is a little more out of my typical style, but the embellished bodice was just too apropos for the event!
The pink sequined dress from ASOS is like a twirly embodiment of ban.do, which is a special kind of perfect. I feel like this dress requires a dance party, so somebody find me one! The Ann Taylor lace dress is obviously a more subdued option, but I’m obsessed with the styling here and I think it would be a smart investment, much like the Alfred Sung dress. Finally, and way out of my price range, is this uh-dor-a-ble two-piece sequin dress. The top part is removable, the whole thing is my best shape, and HOW COOL are these colors!? Gimme.
What are you doing/wearing on New Year’s Eve?
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