Christmas Dresses

Isabel Spearman of the Daily Dress Edit with her inspiring Instagram feed and wonderful Pop-Up Shops has exclusively revealed to us her top Christmas dresses whether you’re in the mood for party sparkles or comfortable tartan.

I completely love the combination of the black lace with the festive green in this Cefinn Kayla dress. It will look great with heeled boots and a velvet blazer and it will be one of those dresses you pull out of your cupboard every festive season and still love to wear. Kayla Lace Funnel Neck Asymmetric dress, £320 from Cefinn

This is the ultimate Christmas dress with its soft red tartan check and slightly oversized style. It can style up for a party with a pair of heels, it can do Christmas Day with a flat black boot and plenty of room around the waistline and it can also be worn casually every day during the season. Rose Tartan Riding House Dress, £195 from Justine Tabak

I have such a soft spot for velvet and have been trying to wear it during the day this year rather than saving it for best. This chocolate Wyse style has the perfect amount of stretch which makes it a seriously comfortable dress to wear. Isobel Velvet Dress, £295 from Wyse London

Florals are often thought of as a summer print but I love a winter floral and this Iris dress with its lovely teal, navy and burgundy tones is so easy to wear. I’d team it with chunky boots and layer it with a super slim polo neck underneath for colder days. Macy Print dress, £165 from By Iris

Everyone needs a Kemi Telford dress in their wardrobe, the prints are fantastic and they are supremely easy to wear, like this red and navy check with its roomy waist. It makes them easy to layer if you need to and you can smarten them up and cinch them in at the waist with a belt if needed. Limited Edition Red Check Free Dress, £200 from Kemi Telford

This dress will make you smile every time you wear it. Made beautifully in London to order from dead stock velvet and then carefully appliquéd with Mary’s signature stars, you know you’ll be the only person in the room wearing this dress. Celeste black velvet dress, £245 from Mary Benson

I can’t resist a red tartan dress in the lead up to Christmas and own a small selection that get pulled out year after year. This beautiful Glenda style from Cabbages & Roses has been made in the UK and is a heavyweight and fully lined style that you can layer up and down.  £350 from Cabbages and Roses

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Christmas Dresses
— Francesca
25th November 2020

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