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The end of year parties and occasions are fast approaching, and this may be the perfect excuse to throw on that sequin dress.
It’s approaching the end of the year, where parties, presents, and festive cheer are abounding. It is also the time to put on your favourite party dress! Looks like sequin season is here.
If you are a fan of sequins, or want to try a shinier dress option this year, then you are in luck. We have put together some sensational sequined outfit options for you to draw inspiration from.
Whether its your Boss’ Christmas party or an intimate New Year’s Eve dinner with friends, we believe we’ve got your sequin needs covered. Get ready to party the nights away in these dazzling numbers. Don’t forget to match them with some accessories and party-appropriate shoes to complete your look.
How about a gold sequined one-shoulder number by Dundas?
Try something a little structured with Balmain's off-the-shoulder sequined tulle playsuit
If you're feeling some seventies throwback vibes, Temperley London's pleated sequined chiffon gown will get you there
Perhaps a Saint Laurent sequined crepe mini dress?
Something modest yet chic like Alex Perry's Williams sequined crepe midi dress
Or show a little skin with Temperley London's Bardot sequined crepe jumpsuit
A beautiful, deep silver-coloured tulle gown by Stella McCartney
A sequined midi by Gucci might be up your alley
Something a little shorter like this Alex Perry off-shoulder option, perfect for parties
Another open-backed number from Alexandre Vauthier
Bottega Veneta's sequined-embellished satin-jersey midi is a classically chic option
Talbot Runhof has you covered for the sequined little black dress
Temperley London's open-back dégradé sequined crepe midi dress
For a jumpsuit that bares more skin, Dundas' crystal-embellished number is an option
One can never go wrong with a sequined jumpsuit. Here's one from Temperley London
For a grander option, this long dress by Dundas is elegant yet trendy
Michael Kors' black sequin georgette dress
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(Photos courtesy of Net-a-Porter)