The Best Christmas Dresses to Wear This Year!

It’s finally that time of year: Christmas! Therefore, it’s also the time to find the perfect dress for Christmas. There’s an array of colors and styles you can choose from, and we want to ensure you fit right in. Whether you’re attending a Christmas party or wearing it on the holiday, all of these will do. Here are the best Christmas dresses to wear this year!

Best Christmas Dresses to Wear: Cocktail

best christmas dresses to wear
Faviana Style 7853

Holiday cocktail dresses will always be a popular choice when it comes to Christmas dresses for women. That’s why a cocktail dress like Faviana Style 7853 is a perfect choice! This short cocktail dress flatters any figure, having simplicity with edgy side and back cutouts. Look for a cocktail dress that fits your own style, then dress it up or down anyway you want! You can accessorize with some bangles, heels, and a bold lip to really finish the look. On the other hand, you can make the outfit more winter-y by pairing it with a big coat and boots. The choice and comfort level is up to you!

Best Christmas Dresses to Wear: Long-Sleeved

best christmas dresses to wear
Faviana Style S8005

Since it is the beginning of winter, it’s inevitable that it will be a bit chilly. Therefore, this next woman’s Christmas dress is one with long sleeves! Faviana Style S8005 is a prime example of how long sleeves can make a Christmas dress look classy and sophisticated. Opt for a dress that is long or short, both keeping you warmer than other options. You don’t need many winter accessories with this one. Just matching shoes of your choice and subtle earrings!

Best Christmas Dresses to Wear: Cold Shoulder

best christmas dresses to wear
Faviana Style 8088

We promise this dress for Christmas is warm and loving! Just like your favorite cold shoulder sweaters, you can now rock a cold shoulder dress at Christmas. You can find one that is long-sleeved, mid-sleeved, or short such as Faviana Style 8088. All give the same cold shoulder effect, revealing just the right amount of skin. Give off a fun and flirty vibe this holiday season with this Christmas dress, in the color of your choice. You are sure to turn heads in any atmosphere!

Best Christmas Dresses to Wear: Red & Green

best christmas dresses to wear
Faviana Style S7916

Red and green Christmas dresses for women are also a huge hit. These are the prime Christmas colors, so there’s no better way to fit in with the Christmas atmosphere. Go with a shade of red to match the decorations, or a deep green to match the Christmas tree. Faviana Style S7916 showcase both beautifully, while adding in some beading as well. Accessorize with silver earrings and a diamond bracelet to really shimmer with the lights!

Best Christmas Dresses to Wear: Angelic

best christmas dresses to wear
Faviana Style S8012

Last but not least, you can wear an angelic dress for Christmas. Just like the angel decorations and spiritual holiday itself, you will fit right in with your white Christmas dress. Try finding a women’s Christmas dress like Faviana Style S8012, which is complemented with mesh and lace. The intricate designs and fabric make the dress more delicate and elegant, perfect for Christmas day. Pair your white or ivory dress with pearl earrings and crystal accents to really glow like an angel!

Share with us your best Christmas dress you wear this year by tagging us on Instagram @glamandgowns, and Faviana’s Instagram @Faviana_NY, Snapchat @Faviana_NY, and Twitter @FavianaNY. Also, don’t forget to subscribe to our Youtube channel for more fun vlogs @FavianaNYC!

xoxo,

Gina

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Gina Gargiulo

Marketing Assistant

Gina Gargiulo is an aspiring writer and alumni of the Fashion Institute of Technology. She enjoys that she can take her life-long passions of fashion and beauty and combine it with another love of hers, writing. She has many high dreams she's determined to achieve, while hoping to influence others along the way.

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