How to Dress for Your Next Holiday Party

The holiday season always brings out the best dresses in everyone’s closets. With the holiday parties coming up left and right, you have to be sure your style is up-to-date and season-appropriate for all the festivities. Here are some of the best holiday dress trends to rock this year:

1. Rich Velvet

Below, new “It” girl Georgia May Jagger wore a velvet maxi dress with a tie waist for a flagship store opening. She added a pop of color with a green bag and finished with her signature sexy bedhead hair.

Georgia May Jagger attends the Thomas Sabo flagship store grand opening in Hamburg, Germany on September 24, 2015

Left: Free People Premier Velvet Dreams Dress, $168; Right: Only Hearts Long Velvet Slip Dress in Navy, $154

2. Modern Lingerie

Lingerie-inspired dresses in all hemlines are perfect for a sexy holiday party with friends. Go for frocks in silk and satin, showcasing gorgeous lace details. Pair with a fur coat for that extra oomph of sexiness. If the weather gets too cold, these dresses also work well with leggings and tights.

Left: Blue Life Peacock Lace Dress, $160; Middle: Natalie Deayala The V Neck Slip Gown in Dove, $215.60 (before: $308); Right: Rory Beca Lace Trim Silk Mini Dress, $224

3. Sexy Lace

Lace dresses are always a sure hit during holiday seasons. Double up on the trend by pairing it with lace patterned stockings for a much more daring look.

Left: WAYF Cross Back Lace Midi Dress, $108; Middle: Madewell Short Sleeve Waisted Lace Dress, $168; Right: WAYF Lace Dress in Burgundy, $78

4. Sophisticated Pleats

Kate Hudson schooled everyone on how to be effortlessly sexy at the Glamour Women of the Year awards. She wore a gorgeous J. Mendel metallic pleated gown with a deep v-neck and wowed the red carpet crowd. Wear pleated skirts for that sophisticated and feminine style, perfect for holiday office affairs.

Kate Hudson at The Glamour Women of the Year Awards 2015 at Berkeley Square in London on June 2, 2015\

Left: 4 Collective Strapless Pleated Dress, $97.50 (before: $325); Right: Nicholas Deep V Pleat Dress, $347.50 (before: $695)

Credit: WENN.com/gbrci/Future Image/Zara

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