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7 Dresses for Your Special Evening: Look No Further

posted by Chris Valentine

There are many occasion where ladies like us can and want to wear something special: going to the opera, to a fancy dinner, weddings and so on – these events require strict dressing code. However, with such events big spendings come within and in order not only to look great but also keep your wallet happy, you need to work pretty hard.

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Look no further! Today oddculture shares a list of seven amazing dresses you can wear for your special evening.

  • NORDSTROM. Bardot ‘Delvigne’ Crop Jumpsuit, Black.

Let’s stay with classical black, but let’s go a bit modern and choose a dashing and young jumpsuit for your special occasion. This, at Nordstrom, will show off your long legs and deep v-neck will elongate your neck and show off it too. Pockets – which are super handy and so necessary – are also here, so you can skip the purse for the evening too. While delicate cut-offs on the top will help you feel even sexier and posh. After all, no one else will come to the event with a jumpsuit, so you feel as fashion icon instantly.

Now let’s go a little bit more vintage and rediscover good old color blocking techniques. His Adrianna Papell’s dress will suit every type of body type and will instantly make you feel like million bucks. With closed neckline and appropriate skirt length, you can be sure to meet even the toughest dress codes, while opened back will still keep you looking sexy and sophisticated.

  • SAKS FIFTH AVENUE. ML Monique Lhuillier Floral Printed Mikado High-Low Gown

If you are a little bit braver and want to show off your good sense of style and personality, you won’t find a better fit than this unique and amazing Monique Lhuillier. Floral print here is not over the top and a little bit dark. Therefore it will suit strict dressing codes perfectly. Criss-cross back and gorgeous floral prints on a wavy high-low gown will definitely be a center of attention wherever you are going.

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Little black dresses will never go out of style, so why not invest in one fabulous dress and enjoy it for ages? This one, made by legendary Diane von Furstenberg will suit all special occasions and can be dressed up and down accordingly too. Lacy trim, which is this season’s hit, will give a little bit more seductiveness little lace-trim spaghetti straps will let you show off your tan you get after foreign holidays somewhere warm and exotic. Well, it is a bit expensive, but Neiman Marcus coupons can do the trick on most of your orders!

  • MACY’S. Vince Camuto Sequined Lace Cap-Sleeve Dress

Macy’s might not sound like a place to dig up nice, luxurious looking formal dresses, but in fact, it is. And this Vince Camuto sequined dress is the best example of it. It looks ridiculously good and doesn’t cost tons of cash! With perfect blush color, it can be perfect for daytime events too, and can be worn to weddings as well.

  • LAST CALL. Maia Sequined Ombre Cowl-Neck Dress, Gold/Black

Last Call is another great place to find budget-friendly gorgeous dresses. And this sequined ombre goddess is another excellent example of it. It is shiny, fun, and definitely going to make you stand out from the crowd. It is just perfect for a little bit more casual occasions, which still require dressing up, and it can really help you out to show off your personality – diva!

  • RALPH LAUREN. Emmy Velvet Dress

Finally, if you consider yourself a true fashionista, love haute couture and want to show all that – this dress is a must-have. Ralph Lauren has always managed to amaze people with its unique point of view, and this velvet dress is an excellent addition to the family. Pleated ruffled collar with a four-snap closure at back of the neck, at the center front of the bodice and buttoned pleated cotton-blend cuffs and a sleek black shape will make your feel like a royal. And that is all you need to feel during your special occasion. Enjoy!

 

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