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A-Line Party Dresses: Line Them Up!

Theyskens' Theory, Amanda Uprichard, Michael Kors, Charlotte Ronson, Herve Leger A-Line Dresses

Hester Prynne may not have liked the scarlet “A” on her dress, but the A-line flatters all! With Mod being so trendy this season, nothing is sexier or more chic than a flirty A-line silhouette. So, hide away your skintight gear until New Year’s. You can’t get that gorgeous twirling effect from it, anyway, and you want to be turning heads all over the dance floor. Here are some dazzlers for the holiday season:

Charlotte Ronson A Line Dress with Lace Panels: One does not need sequins to get into a party mood. I love the sweetness of floral and lace, which Charlotte masterfully mixes with lamé and tweed.
On ShopBop for $365.

Theyskens’ Theory Dillian A-Line Dress: When you think of an A-line, you think of a sweet look, but the cuts along the neckline of this Theyskens’ Theory number are undeniably sexy. LBDs are a classic for all seasons and reasons!
At Neiman Marcus for $445.

Amanda Uprichard A-Line Lace Dress: There’s no way Santa will miss you in this lacy red outfit! He’ll applaud your seasonal coloring, but you might get put on the naughty list for that sexy neckline.
Exclusively at Neiman Marcus for $265.

Michael Kors Ikat-Print A-Line Dress: Ikat may not be a traditional winter pattern, but the shimmer and shine of the gold will look great with holiday décor!
At Neiman Marcus for $2,595.

Herve Leger Graphic A-Line Bandage Dress: Okay, I’ll throw the Herve addicts a bone here, but let’s see if you still want it after you hear this! There’s a reason why all Herve Legers come with a large tag on the OUTSIDE of the dress now. Rumor is that “working girls” were returning them after wearing them to service clients. I heard this straight from a retailer, who somehow managed to say this it all a straight face. Major ew, right?
At Neiman Marcus for $2,150.



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