Holiday Season Brings Out the Prettiest Frocks!

Yesterday, I took a personal day at the mall to do a little retail therapy and to reward myself for finishing out this fall quarter.

I wasn’t sure if there were going to be any holiday parties while I was at home, but I wanted to be ready. I wanted to be sure that I could find a beautiful dress that would make me stand out and in all honesty, I’d rather spend money on a holiday dress than an “ugly Christmas sweater.”

Since I know we’re all looking this season, I decided to round up a few options from some of my favorite places to shop and browse at:

Stretch Velvet Double U-Neck Long Sleeve Mini Dress – American Apparel

Black – $42

Nothing feels more like holiday spirit than velvet!

Longest Night Dress – Anthropologie


Satin-Trim Sheath Dress – Banana Republic

Red light – $152

Strapless Gathered Cocktail Dress – BCBG Max Azria


Can I have those shoes prease?!

Colorblock Cut Out Dress – Bebe


Spirit Dress – French Connection


Single Ruffle Panel Dress – Forever 21


Silk Taffeta Bow Monde Dress – J-Crew


Ali Pleated Dress – Marciano


Shoshanna Strapless Jacquard Dress – Nordstrom


Hawks by Geren Ford Jacquard Dress – Urban Outfitters


Marc Jacobs Bow-Embellished Lace Dress – Neiman Marcus


Jay Godfrey Renzo Pieced-One Shoulder Dress – Neiman Marcus


Knitted Crochet Tinsel Dress – Top Shop


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2 thoughts on “Holiday Season Brings Out the Prettiest Frocks!

  1. itsyowyow says:

    me too! I tried my best to pick a variety

  2. Heather says:

    I love the Anthropologie and J Crew dresses!

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