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Fashionista NOW: Festive Red Christmas Party Dress Inspo

Festive Red Christmas Party Dress Inspo

Nothing beats partying in red.

If bold red is something you look forward to wearing this party season, then here’s a short starter list of dresses with key trends nailed so you can glide across the room or street looking your best. Off-shoulder remains quite a hot trend and if you’ve got hot clavicles, why not flaunt those in a dress in red that’s designed so you can slay your shoulder game. Crochet lace in red is a fool-proof feminine party wear that leans on the sassy territory. With an appealing V-neck and back and a slim spaghetti strap, the dress makes the wearer look most demure and ladylike.

Another dress, which is actually technically not a dress but a culotte jumpsuit. I can’t resist sharing this beauty as it’s for the gals who want to seem like they’re wearing a dress but really not. The flare bottom of the jumpsuit allows for the visual trick to happen and the deep ruby red pattern on a black canvas screams dark elegance.

Well, what do you think of these beauties?


Jacquard Wrap Culotte Jumpsuit


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Red Crochet Lace Midi Flare Dress


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Red Off Shoulder Lace Midi Dress


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Which one would you love to wear? Share below – I’d love to know!

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