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Cocktail/party dresses: trends

The little black number is the classic cocktail dress and is perfect for business events and informal parties. This season, however, the dresses have a bit of colour too. They mostly come in close-fitting cuts, at most knee length, with slightly flared skirt sections. The diverse colour palette ranges from exciting red to elegant nude and girly pastel tones.

What to wear with cocktail and party dresses

And how should you style cocktail and party dresses for maximum effect? Just like the perfect cocktail, cocktail dresses are also about getting the right ingredients. In this case it is about the shoes and the accessories. Ballerinas are perfect for a relaxed garden party. High heels should be your go-to for chicer events and glamorous restaurants. Sparkling jewellery and a stylish clutch give your dress glamour appeal.

Exclusive fashion tip

Cocktail dresses are the perfect choice for fancy weddings. But be careful when choosing the colour: black is generally a no-go for weddings. White and nude are also better to avoid because these colours are reserved for the bride. Other than that your fantasy need know no bounds – from a bandeau dress to a seductive strappy dress, nothing is off limits.

Cocktail / party dresses

Cocktail
/ party dresses


Shirt dress with a palm leaf print
Dress with an asymmetric hem
Dress with an asymmetric hem
Wrap dress made of pure linen
Patterned dress with layers
Dress with lace top
Midi dress with a snakeskin print
Figure-enhancing dress with 3/4-length sleeves
Summer dress with an expressive scarf print
Sleeveless summer dress
Dress with a floral print
Summer dress with gathered shoulders
Midi dress with flounce sleeves
Pleated dress
Sleeveless dress with flounces
Summer dress with multi-coloured stripes
Lace dress with stretch for comfort
Chiffon dress with polka dots
Maxi dress with a batik pattern
Chiffon dress with pleats
Sleeveless summer dress
Summer dress with a polka dot pattern
Woven dress
Pleated dress with a floral print
Shirt dress with an exotic print
Slinky dress with a floral print
Dress with a floral print
Pleated dress with a chain print
Sheath dress in stretch cotton
Sheath dress in stretch cotton
Sheath dress in stretch cotton
Sheath dress in stretch cotton
Tiered dress
Dress with a floral pattern
Dress with an all-over pattern
Dress with plissé skirt
Dress with plissé skirt
Dress with polka dots
Dress with a graphic pattern
Maxi dress with wrap-over effect
Maxi dress with a floral print
Dress with colour graduation
Knit dress
Sleeveless dress with floral pattern
Dress in a two-in-one look
Slinky dress with a floral print
Jersey dress with a knotted detail
Lace dress with mid-length sleeves

Cocktail/party dresses: trends

The little black number is the classic cocktail dress and is perfect for business events and informal parties. This season, however, the dresses have a bit of colour too. They mostly come in close-fitting cuts, at most knee length, with slightly flared skirt sections. The diverse colour palette ranges from exciting red to elegant nude and girly pastel tones.

What to wear with cocktail and party dresses

And how should you style cocktail and party dresses for maximum effect? Just like the perfect cocktail, cocktail dresses are also about getting the right ingredients. In this case it is about the shoes and the accessories. Ballerinas are perfect for a relaxed garden party. High heels should be your go-to for chicer events and glamorous restaurants. Sparkling jewellery and a stylish clutch give your dress glamour appeal.

Exclusive fashion tip

Cocktail dresses are the perfect choice for fancy weddings. But be careful when choosing the colour: black is generally a no-go for weddings. White and nude are also better to avoid because these colours are reserved for the bride. Other than that your fantasy need know no bounds – from a bandeau dress to a seductive strappy dress, nothing is off limits.