December is the dedicated month of some of the most glamorous parties throughout the year. It’s time to sparkle, it’s time to be glamorous and most of all it’s time to look your best. Whether it’s a Christmas party or the crazy New Year’s Eve bash, it won’t hurt you to know a few of the top trends for party wear in December 2012.
All women have one thing in mind when it comes to December’s parties: looking their best. So there’s a lot of pressure for the outfit to be flawless and obviously in line with trends. As a matter of fact, if you’re not feeling too inspired about the dress you’re going to wear at a December bash, looking at fashion trends for the season is a great way to start.
Top dress trends for December 2012:
When it comes to this year’s fashion trends, designers have had it all: romantic, delicate, natural or opulent and powerful. By the way, the color is what makes you pop, so instead of a little black dress kind of thing, rather go for a little red dress, or purple, or neon blue or full of sparkles. Obviously picking the right dress for the Christmas or New Year’s Eve bash has to take into account the formality of the event.
But taking a look at designers’ numerous interpretation of trends, you should find just enough models to find the right one. In a nutshell, if you’re thinking about wearing a red dress for your New Year’s Eve bash, take a look at fall/winter collections by Giorgio Armani, Kakaan, Christian Dior and Donna Karan.
On the overall, the rule of thumb when it comes to party wear for December parties is go glam. That means it’s time to wear sequins, metallic accessories and colors, open back dresses, opulent flower embroidery and luxurious fabrics. Just check out Etro, Osman, Valentino, Balmain, Lanvin, Dolce & Gabbana and Leonard and you’ll see for yourself how royal velvet, silk, lace embroidery and jewelry embellishments will feel.
However, if we’re talking about glam dresses for December 2012 bashes, it’s good to know designers have awarded sequins their very own spot under the spotlight. Look at Versace, Naeem Khan, Elie Saab, Antonio Berardi and Jason Wu to see what we mean. Their collections have given sequins a whole new dimension thanks to innovative design.