What’s hot in formal dresses for winter balls this year

By on November 7, 2015

Winter is almost here and with the holiday season soon upon us, there will be winter balls and Christmas parties to attend. So, this is in fact, the right time to begin looking for your outfits for the big holiday events this year. Here are our favorite picks, inspired by the fashion catwalks of the year.

Mauve is the new pink in town

Pink has been hot and happening for a while now. It takes on a sophisticated look in this new rendition of mauve that is quickly gathering fans everywhere. Check out this fantastic evening gown in mauve. The ruffled skirt and ruched bodice play havoc with textures, and come together perfectly. Great for a winter ball, it is romantic and sophisticated. Pair it with a luscious wrap or stole and you are all set for any party evening.

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Sprightly hi-low hemlines

Happy hemlines that bounce and dance as they pass you are the craze now.  It was featured by many designers including Louis Vuitton and Mary Katrantzou on the fall-winter catwalks and was well-received by women everywhere. If you want to add this cheerful hemline to your winter wardrobe, look no further than this evening dress by After-Six in matte satin. The A-line gown with a fitted waistband is simple and elegant. The contrast of black and white creates an attractive combination.

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Short skirts to show off your fantastic legs

The weather may be cold, but shorter hemlines are in the fall and winter spotlight. Mini skirts were popular, as were evening dresses with higher hemlines. You can keep the chills away by sporting a fashionable knee-high boot and showing off your slim silhouette. Get ready to shine at your next winter party in this fabulous navy dress from the Jadore evening collection. Sexy and stylish, it is the perfect dress to flaunt your stunning figure and look confident.

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One-shoulder beauties

We’ve seen multiway dresses, strapless and sleeveless gowns. But nothing beats the charm of a one-shoulder dress. The beautiful neckline immediately reminds us of a stunning Goddess. Suitable for both night and day events, this design works wonders in shifting focus from your lower half and emphasizing your toned shoulders and arms. Our pick is this beauty from the Jadore SD collection.

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Notice how the pretty scintillating waistband enhances the charm of the pleated texture that engulfs the entire gown? The small clasp at the shoulder adds more finesse to the design. If you want to show off your well-toned arms and draw attention to those sexy collar bones, here is a dress to don. Don’t forget to accessorize with chunky and oversize accessories and flats, which are the trends this year.

All the dresses featured here and many more beckon you at our collection for dresses for all occasions. Visit our online gallery at Best for Bride and be inspired by the beautiful dresses that are available in all sizes Make your pick today and get ready to take the winter stage by storm.

About Olga Pomeransky

Olga is manager at Best for Bride since 2005. Currently Best for Bride operates 4 bridal stores in Canada (Toronto, Etobicoke, Hamilton and Barrie). Best for Bride sells wedding, bridesmaids, mob dresses and more. http://www.BestForBride.com

3 Comments

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    Sharon Smith

    November 15, 2015 at 9:18 PM

    I love the new PINK. that is an awesome dress.

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    Bernice Fonseca

    November 15, 2015 at 9:31 PM

    I kind of like the idea of a 1-shoulder dress with the “new” pink color.

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    Mabel Brewer

    November 16, 2015 at 7:48 AM

    I am not a fan of the one shoulder look. However, that pink dress at the top is a real eye catcher.

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