It’s the week before a big holiday party - you have deadlines to make, presents to buy, and food to prepare. The last thing you need to be worried about is what to wear, but all too often, that tops our list of holiday season concerns. You can’t go wrong with an ugly Christmas sweater or last year’s holiday best, but why not try something new and head out of the door taking inspiration from all of our favorite Christmas movies?
This Kimchi Blue velour mini is the perfect dress for when you want to channel your inner Zooey Deschanel circa “Elf”. Spunky enough that you’ll set yourself apart from the crowd, yet simple and elegant enough to be worn again, this is a dress that’ll get you singing “Baby, It’s Cold Outside” in no time.
The Santa Clause
If you didn’t watch The Santa Clause in December, did Christmas even happen? A staple movie calls for a staple dress - and this Lucy Paris cocktail stand-out is just the number. With bell sleeves that give it that Mrs. Claus touch, I’m sure you too will find your Tim Allen and save Christmas.
Travel back in time with this lace, ruffled mini and steal the show with all the classic elegance the dress embodies. The midnight blue silk trim adds that holiday detail - with all the White Christmas spirit and joy.
For the free-spirited rebel, this is a dress that doesn’t follow any rules. Abandon the body con for this flowing sequined mini shift and feel like a holiday season rockstar. In rose gold or ivory, this Pop Goes The Party number is ideal for the Holiday season or maybe a 21st birthday party six months from now. Once a rebel inspired by a John Hughes film, always a rebel inspired by a John Hughes film.
The Polar Express
The Polar Express is a film that no matter what age, you will just always be in the mood to watch. Full of nostalgia, whimsy, and of course, Christmas spirit, you need a dress that mirrors the same. This beige skater dress has a bow worthy of Santa’s bag and a skirt worthy of spinning in. Dance the night away and channel the North Pole while sipping hot chocolate and counting down til’ Christmas morning.