One of my all-time favorite parts about the holidays is the excuse to rock oober-sparkly dresses wherever I go. This year will be no exception. The cute and chic trend is still going strong, leaving plenty options for glittery dresses to wear to any occasion!

Daring, but not too daring: The Long Sleeve Dee Sparkle Dress by Guess is perfect for those of you who are a bit shy about looking like a disco ball, but want to moderately reflect the Christmas lights or Chanukah candles. Its conservative neckline makes it perfect for any family function and its daring, see-through back, exposed zipper, and front waist pleats show off sexy curves at any cocktail party. Accessorize it with a chunky necklace or daring earrings, a festive ring, and metallic heels.

Disco-ball mini: For those of you who want to shine the brightest, this Ella Sequin Mini Dress is sure to turn heads in its unpredictable purple color. The all-over sequin effect makes it a great dress for women with fewer curves. Go easy on the accessories so the look isn’t over-done.

Classic and Conservative Dazzle: Yes, you can still sparkle at your grandparents’ house this holiday season. Choose a dress like this Brooke Sequin Dress . Its silk, black belt, finished with a bow and keyhole back makes it a trendy and yet classic piece that even the Virgin Mary would approve of. Then, you can dress it up with some patent leather platforms after grandma’s dinner when you go to the big bad wolf’s house.

Casual Gitter: Yes, you can still strut sequins at casual holiday affairs! This Holy Sequin Dress is perfect for a low-key holiday dinner or a casual night out with friends. Pair it with some ballet flats and a classic blazer to keep it simple and comfy.

Sweet and Sparkly: This lilac Jozlyn Sequin Dress’ pleated mesh detailing and long tail makes it as sweet as sugar plums. Juxtapose it with some chunky platforms!


-Emily Freeman

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