How to… dress for the party season

Looking ahead to party season? There’s more to a festive outfit than sequins. Think prints, beautiful shapes and a heavy dose of velvet.

9th November 2017

It’s that time of year again. The weather is cooling. The knitwear is on. And the party invitations are piling in.

It’s that time when your lunchbreak is spent searching for sparkle and shape: anything to help you stand out from the festive crowd. Well, look no further. With cool satin, opulent velvet and bold exclusive prints on offer, our favourite party pieces are sure to have you wowing in no time.

The Mini Dress

Slinky and alluring, this strappy dress is set to stun for your party schedule. A modern shift silhouette with intricate back strap detailing and a new, shorter hem, just add gold jewellery, heels and prosecco.

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The Tuxedo

It’s no secret. Velvet is big news this season. And nothing says style quite like a well-tailored blazer. Stand out from the crowd of dresses with our plush velvet tux. And add a final feminine touch with a cami and statement clutch.

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The Statement Separates

Cashmere this good deserves a night out. Take your favourite halo knit jumper for a spin and pair with our striking snow flocked tulle midi, inspired by the original works of British snow artist Simon Beck. Wear with ankle boots and simple jewellery for a laid back, festive look.

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The Print

The easiest way to turn heads this party season, opt for silky bold winter florals. Tapping in to ‘English Eccentricity’ and the bohemian lifestyle of Virginia Woolf and the Bloomsbury set, our hibiscus print dress features gathered sides and an elegant cowl neck. Looks best with a martini in hand.

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The Sparkle

The flirty one. Linger by the Christmas lights and watch them come flocking with this waist nipping iridescent dress. Or wear with crisp white trainers and a leather jacket for a fresher take.

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The Showstopper

This hand-beaded and embroidered dress is an exquisite example of couture design. Inspired by the original works of wind artist Cameron Robbins and cut in beautiful Duchess satin, think of it as a moving canvas.

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By Josie Johnson

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