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Evening dresses with promtimes.co.uk

Today's post is sponsored by promtimes.co.uk All opinions are my own.
promtimes.co.uk offers a great selection of dresses for the important events in your life: from weddings to prom to a fancy night out, promtimes.co.uk has it all.  

Holiday season is approaching and usually for me what that means is choosing a dress for a fancy Christmas social. Any excuse to pick out a new dress, really and I'm happy but there's something about Christmas music, egg nog and rum, delicious treats and a fluffly snow fall that makes me want to dress up and pretend to be fancy. This year there will be no such lavish Christmas party, but that doesn't stop me from imagining what I'd wear if I had a chance to get all beautified!
I took some time to look around Promtimes' site and was thrilled to see some categories that appealed to me. There are evening dresses, evening dresses under 50$ and even a category for pink evening dresses!  What interested me the most was the vintage evening dresses, because I like a little old school sparkle and shine.  I think it pairs perfectly with a bold glass of red and some jazz.

Here are my top 5 evening dresses for the festive season:

1- Sassy in black.  I would wear this in a heartbeat.  


2- I thought this one was simple, yet elegant enough to make you feel like a million bucks.  I love the peplum detail around the waist.


3- This is a dress I would love to wear in theory but I don't think it would look good on my short torso-ed body.  I would likely buy it and make my taller, leggier friend, Erin wear it.


4- I love the colour of this dress and the feathered skirt.


5- Lastly, this is my number one pick. The mixture of browns, creams and blacks scream Christmas and a snowy night to me.  I also love the tulle skirt and lace detail on the top.

All these dresses have the perfect amount of sparkle and flow to make for a wonderful evening.  Which one would you pick for your perfect wintery night out?
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