16/12/2014 07:45 GMT | Updated 20/05/2015 10:12 BST

New Year's Eve 2014: The Party Dress Edit

New Years Eve - the possibilities are endless. Which is why you need a dress that will work for all-night gallivanting, glitz and glamour whatever you have on the cards.

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Dressy dresses that show you've made the effort, but that you can pull out your best moves in and feel Beyoncé kind of flawless.


The thing is, the idea of shopping for one - as well as all the Christmas presents you still haven't bought - will make you want to call the whole thing off.

But let's calm selves (take a sip of prosecco and a handful of Miniature Heroes) because we've whipped up a dress edit for you.

A see it, love it, click to buy it scenario that will save you venturing into high street shopping hell. The hordes are HUGE this year.

If NYE is your excuse to splurge (you're dating someone new/ you're single and need not to be/ you want to knock your partner off their feet) then the pink bouclé A-line dress by Victoria Beckham from Harvey Nichols (£480) is for you.

We also love, love, love Zara's silver sequinned shift dress (£69.99) and the metallic strapless vacuum dress from Farfetch (£1,253).

The line up of party dresses at Topshop (check the red silk slinky slip dress, £85), Mango, Marks & Spencer and Net-a-Porter are all fabulous too.

This is not the time to play down your look - it's New Year's Eve, you need to see 2015 in wearing something wow.

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