Holiday Dress Trends of 2018

It’s the most wonderful time of the year, so you should look just as wonderful yourself. Finding the perfect dress for the holidays can be tricky, so it’s important to know which dress styles and colors are on trend. Before you go out to purchase a traditional holiday cocktail dress, make sure to check out these long holiday dress trends of 2018!

Not-So-Little Black Dress

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Faviana Style S10015

The little black dress, or LBD, will always be a trend. This season though, opt for a black dress that’s a little longer than your knees. Black is always in a style, and you’ll blend right in at any holiday party or gathering. Look both elegant and formal in a black dress similar to Faviana Style S10015. Bonus points for styling the off-the-shoulder trend as well, looking even more classic with a high slit. Your holiday party dress can still be form fitting to show off your figure and look sophisticated. Make sure to pair your attire with crystal jewelry, metallic shoes, and those holiday nails!

Evergreen Holiday Dresses

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Faviana Style 10014

Just like the classic evergreen trees, it’s no surprise that this deep green is another holiday dress trend. Find a one-of-a-kind evergreen dress such as Faviana Style 10014. It can be form fitting and cut out, accentuating your body while still being unique. This women’s holiday dress is flattering on all skin tones, making the perfect color to celebrate the winter holidays. Accessorize your holiday dress with hanging earrings and a bangle, sticking to nude shoes.

White Slip Dresses

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Faviana Style S10001

If you usually wear black, try a brighter, neutral color on the opposite side of the spectrum. These white holiday dress trends give off a clean and angelic look, perfect for the majestic holiday season. It can even be a short, holiday cocktail dress or a long gown such as Faviana Style S10001. No matter which length you choose, you’ll look refined and ready for any holiday event. Complete the look with pearl jewelry or winter accessories to give you an extra glow!

Red Holiday Dress Trends

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Faviana Style S10016

For those of you who are feeling bold and really want to get in the holiday spirit, find a red dress! Faviana Style S10016 is the perfect shade of red that will make any holiday dress young and sleek. No matter which style you choose, you’ll be sure to make a statement and have all eyes on you! Minimal jewelry is needed since the dress will be doing all of the talking, as you can let your locks of hair down. Finish the look with fashionable shoes and a bold, red lip.

Shimmer & Sparkle

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Faviana Style ES10112

To shine with the lights and decorations around you, go with a holiday dress that has its own sparkle. You can go for an all-over sparkle holiday cocktail dress, metallic wear, or any dress with shimmering embellishments. Faviana Style ES10112 is a great example with its sparkly, sequins detailing. The great aspect of choosing this holiday dress trend is that you can choose any color that fits you best! Try rose gold, silver, bordeaux, forest green, or navy. Any one of these holiday dresses will sure be eye catching and make you stand out!

Share with us your holiday outfit and which holiday dress trends you wear this season  by tagging us on Instagram @glamandgowns, and Faviana’s Instagram @Faviana, Snapchat @Faviana_NY, and Twitter @FavianaNY. Also, don’t forget to subscribe to our Youtube channel for more fun vlogs!



Gina Gargiulo

Marketing Assistant

Gina Gargiulo is an aspiring writer and alumni of the Fashion Institute of Technology. She enjoys that she can take her life-long passions of fashion and beauty and combine it with another love of hers, writing. She has many high dreams she's determined to achieve, while hoping to influence others along the way.

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