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Fashionista NOW: 10 Fiery RED Party Dress Styles For Christmas 2015 Fashion Inspiration

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Red dresses remain a reliable party go-to. Find out 10 red dress styles that are out there and learn the most minimal way of styling them.

Ladies, besides getting our chins glittered up the way some men with beards are planning to sparkle this upcoming holiday season, the one true party frock that will forever be ever reliable in a sensible party lady wardrobe is a dress in eye-popping RED.

To help you wrap your mind around the various dress styles you can opt for this party season, let us turn our attention to the looks below, shall we?

| Katarina Vidic

If you have a thing for soft and flowy dress, choose one that feels like cloud hugging your body. This one is sleeveless has a wrape style neckline and a side slit. Accent with only black accessories for a strictly dual color scheme party dressing.

| Manuella Lupascu

Here’s an all red party look that will have heads turning because hey, it’s all RED from top to toe. The red dress has a sheer lace bodice and a twirly layered skirt. Strappy red heels and bag in the same color seal this bomb party outfit.

| Saskia von P.

Wear a plain red dress in a high neck design. Layer it with a sparkly gold neckpiece. Carry a black bag with a gold chain and slip your feet into comfy black flats that also brilliantly feature sparkly chains.

| Elena Sandor

Sometimes, a hot red crochet midi dress is all you need to get into the party mood. Statement earrings and strappy heels along with a skinny black belt and a clutch complete the look.

| Daniela Macsim

This babydoll red dress flares out and so the waist is left in comfort to just be. A perfect dress for heavy feasting that we all know the party season is all about. Can’t part with fringe? Accent with it!

| Barbara Kucharska

This red dress comes in a drop waist design, high neck and three-quarter sleeves. Wear with a white bag and a metallic ankle strap heel for a look that is reliably charming.

| Mariagrazia Ceraso

The ever ladylike lace dress when rendered in a hot red hue is supremely eye-catching. Accent with white and the most minimal of jewelry, you’ve got a really chic and unforgettable party look!

| Kamila Z.

Chiffony, flowy, long sleeved and midi in length, here is a red dress that is beautifully feminine and a retro classic in terms of its minimal design. Layer with a graphic statement jacket and wear black heels to go with the black tights for an elongating effect.

| Silvia P.

The structured off-shoulder dress in red holds its shape making it easily a really dressy dress to pick for a fancy Christmas gala. The strappy heel and quilted bag are both kept elegant in black. With this dress where the upper top is exposed, you can get sparkly by wearing a statement necklace and earrings.


So tell us: Which of the look is your favorite? Have you figured what it is will you be wearing for the upcoming dressy Christmas party? Share your thoughts below – I’d love to know!

“Life shrinks or expands in proportion to one’s courage.”Anais Nin

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