Pull & Bear’s Youthful and Cool Party Looks for 2015

With almost a month left until Christmas, we are being treated to more and more stunning holiday collections every day to find that ideal party outfit and dance the night away! This time it’s Pull & Bear’s turn to show its youthful and cool party looks for 2015 launching a brand new holiday lookbook that will surely catch the attention of many of you. Pull & Bear’s line-up takes advantage of the latest winter 2015-2016 fashion trends, such as sequined dresses, lace embroideries and sheer and sleek fabrics. It is indeed an energetic collection with loads of dark colors that are just meant to make your skin shine on the backdrop of the forthcoming New Year’s Eve’s lights.

Pull & Bear Party Looks for Christmas 2015

Infused with the most sophisticated Seventies party styles, Pull & Bear’s 2015 party collection mainly features a range of jumpsuits with relaxed lines and deep-V necklines gently caressing the silhouette and celebrating its curves. Moreover, exposed shoulders and waist-enhancing belts come to be perfect details for balancing the figure, creating a symmetry and making it look even more slender. In order to perfectly finish off Pull & Bear’s long party jumpsuits, a pair of chunky boots or high-heeled stilettos could be probably the best choice when it comes to matching accessories.

Intricate lace embroideries give the jumpsuits a more sensual vibe, which will look nothing but jaw-dropping at any Christmas party. Such embellishments have been also used on backless mini dresses with long lace sleeves and sheer cuts basically meant to be paired with a romantic retro updo or a jocose messy bun. While the latest catwalk trends demand a natural makeup look, when it comes to evening mini dresses they can be ideally complemented with dramatic smokey eyes.

From sheer fabrics to strings of sequins, the Pull & Bear holiday 2015 collection gives pretty affordable alternatives to those who are looking for party dresses to be match either with a feminine cardigan or a contrasting tuxedo blazer. Also, if you really like Pull & Bear’s collection, but are looking for a more eye-catching dress in a bolder color, you may always opt for the solid-colored golden lingerie dresses or for the paisley-patterned mini dress with golden embroidery that will create a good contrast with any mannish jacket or boyfriend tuxedo blazer.

As proven by Pull & Bear’s latest lookbook, this 2015 wintertime is all about glam dresses with daring cuts and bold embellishments that will instantly land you in the spotlight at any party. That basically means that if you do not feel like spending hours in front of the mirror to create a matching makeup, your holiday look will still look perfect.

Pull & Bear Party Looks for Christmas 2015

Photos courtesy of Pull & Bear

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