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New Year’s Eve Fashion Inspo: The Eyelet Dress Style

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A forever classic, the eyelet detail lends something extra feminine with a touch of fun on dresses fit for a low-key yet lovely new year’s eve dressing mood. 

Whether you opt to a small gathering and staying in as the clock turns and the date switches to a new year, a lovely dress to wear can set the mood for a new chapter. Looking through the season’s most celebrated dresses and the key styles much loved for the casual pandemic year, the eyelet detailed dress feels like a good fit to end the year and to ring in 2021. The cut-out detailing has been seen to adorn sleeves, bodice, neck, hem and sometimes, throughout the dress. 

For something sweet and textural, the presence of strategic eyelet on a dress that’s punctuated with distinctive voluminous sleeves, open back styling or a sweetheart neckline adds a precious feel to the versatile modern day dress. Dressed up or down depending on how you style your hair, accessorize and the type of footwear, the latest eyelet dresses are a sure way to make a lingeringly sweet impression.

Check out below for dresses with the eyelet statement that we’re eyeballing currently…

All in the details: Pretty Eyelet Dresses To Ring in 2021

Orange Eyelet Puff Sleeves Ruched Waist Dress
Pink Mini Eyelet Side Bow Dress
Yellow Mini Eyelet Dress
Pink Eyelet Button Up Puffy Sleeve Dress
Pink Open Back Eyelet Dress

Which eyelet dress would you love to wear? Share below and tell us why!

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