Christmas party dresses are a must-have in any winter wardrobe, and there's never been a better time to snap-up a new style.
This year, Christmas party dresses are looking better than ever. Whether you love sequins, fancy a feathered style or have been dying to try the metallic trend, there’s so much choice on offer, to suit every budget, shape and occasion.
If your diary is already filling up, and you’re already looking for that Christmas party dress, we’ve found plenty of sparkling going out dresses that will have you ready to hit the dance floor in no time.
Take a twirl in gorgeously grown up ladylike styles, stop traffic in a classic LRD, or wow in a floor-length gown from Mango.
If double duty dressing is more your style, effortless dresses in muted shades make for the perfect blank canvas. Invest in styles that will take you from the office to bar with a couple of well-chosen accessories. These are the dresses you’ll be able to reinvent time and again.
With so much choice one thing is for sure, your old LBD may be feeling a little neglected this season. Shop our edit of the very best Christmas party dresses now – don’t forget to give our Black Friday dresses edit and our sister site InStyle UK’s Black Friday clothing deals gallery a look, if you’re keen on a bargain..
The sequin is back and looking better than ever. This H&M version is right at the top of our wish list.
Christmas party dresses don’t come much cooler than this. Just add a bold red lip and heels and you’re good to go.
Velvet, one shoulder and under £40 – there’s nothing here we don’t love.
Looking for a chic maxi? This is the way to go.
Go for full on glamour and try this Preen number.
Feeling daring? Go for this red plunging style from Topshop.
Boutique is the destination for metallics this season, and this is our top pick,
The slip dress is back, and we think this is the coolest way to wear the 90s trend.
Self-Portrait fans will want to check out their latest Christmas party dress offering. Case in point? This chic lace midi.
The ultimate Christmas party dress, this bow front frock is all kinds of wonderful.
Sequins and slip dresses – we still haven’t had enough of them. This New Look piece brings the two trends together beautifully and we’re particular fans of the unexpected cross strap detail on the back.
This blue Christmas party dress not only comes in a standout shade, but has a cool cut-out back too.
Metallic, mini and nipped-in at the waist – this Alice & Olivia Christmas party dress is well worth a look.
Looking for something statement? You might want to try this Roksanda Ilincic Christmas party dress.
This season it’s all about feathers, and Topshop has it nailed with this black mini Christmas party dress.
Looking for a one shoulder Christmas party dress? Look no further.
Christmas party dresses can be super-glam, and we think this belted version is about as chic as it gets.
Fancy a sheer Christmas party dress? Try this option from Zara.
H&M is the ultimate destination for Christmas party dresses, and we think this black fringe style is well worth a look.
A-line, bold and about as statement as Christmas party dresses come, this Cedric Charlier frock is well worth the spend.
Go for this plunging ASOS Christmas party dress for maximum impact.
Looking for something a bit different? Try this high neck Christmas party dress option from Mango.
Carven does good Christmas party dresses. And this is our top pick.
Go for a 60s style Christmas party dress and snap-up this MSGM version.
The roll neck Christmas party dress has had a party upgrade and now comes in this fun glitter option.
Bored of your little black Christmas party dress? How about this embellished option?
If like us, you’re loving the boho-style trend, you might want to try this Christmas party dress from Warehouse.