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'Tis the Season: The Hottest Holiday Dress Colors

Holiday Dresses by Camille La VieCue the jingle bells: the holidays are weeks away! And between all your shopping, gift-swapping, and cookie-tasting, you’ll need to find an ensemble for your holiday celebration, whether you’re staying in or heading to a fancy bash. Luckily, the first holiday styles have arrived to Camille La Vie, and as always, are nothing short of chic. What to wear, what to wear? Instead of narrowing down your look by style, why not by color? Scroll below for our top 4 holiday dress colors that will make your presence unforgettable, no matter where the festivities take you.


Red Holiday Dresses A true holiday classic, red is both warm and chic. Not to mention, it’s been a hot color for the past few seasons, making it all the more appropriate for this time of year. Get glam in an off the shoulder or sleeveless style finished with illusion, lace, or a leg-baring slit.


Silver Holiday DressesSilver belle, right this way! This favorite metallic feels right at home for the holidays, mimicking the pretty tinsel and glistening lights we love at this time of year. Slip into a long evening dress for a black tie affair (maybe for NYE?) and save the short party dresses for a semi-formal night, like your school’s winter wonderland dance.


Gold Holiday DressesAdd instant warmth to the environment in a gilded stunner! Bring the gold rush in a curve-hugging mini bearing a whimsical sequin pattern, or strut in like a star wearing a floor-length evening gown. Add contrast with a pop of red lip, and you are good to glow, pretty lady.


Black Holiday DressesHear us out: we know black can be, well, blah, but that’s before you knew about these gorgeous LBD’s. Bring depth to your look by paying close attention to fabric; velvet and ombre sequins add festive touches, while minimalists will love a simple fit and flare with a surprise illusion back. Now that you’ve found your dress, consider it more time for gift-shopping (and Netflix-bingeing). Xo, Camille