Christmas dress!

It’s time to get out the glitz as the Christmas party season is upon us. You probably have a number of invites already or a flurry of marked dates. By now you are facing your closet brooding on what to wear. If not, then you are probably scouring malls or bazaars looking for good outfit finds. The high street is full of styles to choose from, so there’s no excuse not to dress to impress!

Every year Christmas dresses are in high demand during the festive season. Xmas dresses usually will have satin or velvet as the main fabric with lacy or brocade designs. Swedish blogger and full time model Lina Söderström (Lina Di Moda) has chosen a blue velvet dress for her blue Christmas and she did not make a mistake. On the one hand the dress is pretty and simple and on the other hand the velvet material gives her outfit special holiday touch.


What are you going to choose this year? Red or blue? Maxi or mini dress? Velvet or lace?



  1. Sparkly dress -> Sparkly, slinky dress looks like it was made for a Christmas Eve party.
  2. One-Shoulder Dress -> A one-shoulder dress is a great way to show a little skin over the holidays without revealing too much.
  3. Sheath Dress -> The sheath dress is a classic shape that will never go out of style.
  4. Fit n’ Flare Dress -> The fit n’ flare is one of the most universally flattering dress shapes. It can both emphasize an already small waist and create one where it didn’t exist before. This dress is perfect for most holiday occasions.
  5. Wrap Dress -> A wrap dress is a perfect choice for an office holiday party. Beware of low-cut versions, though; you can use some fashion tape to make a revealing dress a little less so, or have a snap installed at the tailor.
  6. Shift Dress -> A shift dress will keep you both looking polished and feeling comfortable during festive feasts.
  7. Sweater Dress -> When you don’t have to look too formal, a sweater dress is a great option. Pair it with tights for optimal warmth.


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