You could call 2015 the year of the dress as this past season has seen some of the most dynamic and (thankfully wearable) trends we've seen in a long time. Now that the holiday season is upon us, rather than go for the same old sequin stand-by, why not try out one of these new trends to ring in the new year? We've paired each of these looks with either the Camille or the Angel from our Signature Collection–the first line of truly comfortable high heels. And to celebrate kicking off the Holiday (Party) Season, we're offering $25 off a pair of Signature heels with the code: PARTY25
Look 1–Caped dress
You can't go down the street in any city without seeing a woman in a cape these days, and we're excited this romantic accessory seems here to stay. A great way to make a statement at your holiday party is to wear a dress that incorporates a cape, the simpler the style the better. Here we paired the look with a statement necklace and the Camille. The shine of the gold and the patent leather offsets the bold red chiffon.
Look 2–Shirt dress
An ultra-modern and incredibly comfortable holiday party option is to try the shirt dress trend. For this look, we paired a silk shirt dress with a long fringe necklace (fringe being another huge trend) and the Angel pump. The sexy silhouette of the Angel gives a feminine twist to this menswear inspired ensemble.
Look 3–Midi length
The midi length dress may be one of the most welcome new trends of this year. We love how it can be worn by almost anyone and harkens back to a time when women got dressed up to go to the grocery store. For a holiday party, this length is perfect if the event doesn't call for a gown but not your beaded mini skirt either. We love how this look is both modern and classic all at once. Here we paired a midi dress that plays with demure and sexy elements with the Camille, which does the same.
Look 4– Flared mini
If you've got great legs and want to show them off, but don't want to wear something tight, try the flared mini trend. It's an incredibly flattering and fun style. We chose a version with black lace over a neutral base, a great twist on the little black dress, and paired the flirty Camille to add to the long leg effect.