Velvet Dresses: The Perfect Outfit for Holidays and Beyond

There is certainly a good reason why velvet is coming back every season as the perfect fabric for winter. Many fashion designers adore velvet and tend to show it every fashion week for fall and winter seasons.

A-Line Off-the-Shoulder Floor-Length Velvet Evening Dress With Split Front
Dress ID: 209160

Velvet dresses are very flattering. They are warm, feminine, and timeless. The most popular and fantastic colors for velvet include shades of green, red, black, and blue. Going out partying in them is the perfect thing. They keep you cozy, while you still manage to look excellent.

Style Tips on How to Wear Velvet Dresses

  1. Transform your dress from day to night by adding bold details such as a leather jacket or blazer.
  2. Velvet dress needs to be worn with high heels, clutch, and statement lipstick color.
  3. For winter, opt for the red or green velvet.
  4. If you are going out, don’t hesitate to add some metallic details to your attire.
  5. Choose a floor-length dress for a wedding ceremony and short or knee-length for after-parties.
A-Line V-neck Asymmetrical Velvet Prom Dresses
Dress ID: 192350

Whether you are going to a wedding, New Year’s Eve party, or a birthday celebration, you can always pick an impeccable velvet dress. If you are going to a wedding as a bridesmaid, choose a fabulous velvet bridesmaid dress. Wear a green or a red velvet dress for a Christmas party.

Meanwhile, here are some of the most trending velvet dresses that will leave everyone speechless when you arrive.

Trendy Velvet Dress Styles

Lace and Velvet Combination

The combination of lace and velvet material is very flattering. It keeps you warm and stylish at the same time. If you are looking for a vintage velvet dress, choose a velvet dress with lace embellishments for both an old-fashioned style and a contemporary style.

A-Line/Princess High Neck Floor-Length Velvet Evening Dress With Beading Sequins Split Front
Dress ID: 149491

Perfect for both weddings and other evening events, this royal blue dress will make you shine wherever you decide to go. Its design is unique. Floor-length and side slit embrace the length of your legs, while turtleneck bodice will provide you with the dose of glamour.

Black and Gold

Beauty, elegance, and luxury, black and gold combination is always a winner. It is timeless, perfectly glamorous, and posh.

Trumpet/Mermaid V-neck Sweep Train Velvet Evening Dress With Sequins
Dress ID: 147972

As the velvet is a fantastic fabric for the winter season, don’t hesitate to wear this dress with details. It is already decorated with gold sequined embroidery. Pick your favorite pair of earrings and a small clutch to complete an exquisite look.

Deep V-neck Ink Blue Velvet Dress

Classy yet provocative – these two words describe this lovely ink blue dress. Deep V-neck might be over-the-top for some, but the rest of the dress is pretty conservative, so it is completely appropriate.

Ink Blue Velvet Dress - A-Line/Princess V-neck Floor-Length Velvet Evening Dress With Beading Sequins
Dress ID: 153644

Long sleeves, as well as floor-length, are perfect for the cold season and Christmas weddings. You will certainly incorporate the theme.

Off-the-Shoulder Dress

An off-the-shoulder neckline will give you a sexy look, while velvet keeps you warm at night. Style it with bold details such as pointy-toe heels and a leather jacket.

Sheath/Column Off-the-Shoulder Knee-Length Velvet Cocktail Dress With Ruffle
Dress ID: 140397

If floor-length dresses are too much for you, then you can always opt for a dress like this. It is classy, never goes out of fashion, and perfectly blendable for all occasions.

Velvet Maxi Dress

Contrary to short off-the-shoulder dresses, you can pick a long velvet bridesmaid dress to wear for the wedding. Form-fitting and figure-flattering velvet dresses can elongate your shape.

Velvet Maxi Dress - Trumpet/Mermaid Off-the-Shoulder Sweep Train Velvet Bridesmaid Dress
Dress ID: 221228

In this dress, the delicate popover trims over the off-the-shoulder neckline for a sweet vibe while the dainty sweep train offers a dreamy look.

Little Black Dress

There should always be a place for a little black dress in your wardrobe. It is the fashion item that you can recycle for many occasions. Whether you decide to wear it for more or less elegant occasions, it will always make you look perfectly sophisticated and chic.

Little Black Dress - Sheath/Column Scoop Neck Knee-Length Velvet Cocktail Dress
Dress ID: 170890

Pair this eye-catching velvet dress with strappy sandals or stilettos, statement jewelry, and a fancy clutch; and drape a camel coat over your shoulders.

Green Velvet Dresses

Emerald green velvet dresses are one of the most searched gowns for both formal and informal occasions. As green symbolizes nature, it also creates a luxurious look with velvet dresses.

Fascinating and Show-Stopping Emerald Green Velvet Dresses

Choose to wear a velvet dress like this. A V-neckline offers a touch of femininity as the front slit balances the look. Long sleeves render warmth while creating a gorgeous look.

Shades of Red

Rendering romantic vibes, red velvet dresses are so popular. Aside from the feeling it expresses, it is also considered to be one of the perfect shades for Christmas apart from green. Darker shades such as burgundy velvet dresses also emit a dreamy touch of glamour while giving a taste of sexiness.

Red Velvet Dresses - Trumpet/Mermaid Off-the-Shoulder Sweep Train Velvet Mother of the Bride Dress With Ruffle
Dress ID: 225556

Match your burgundy velvet dress with an ivory or white faux fur wrap during the winter season. Statement earrings and black close shoes will also help complete your exquisite look.

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