Friday Frock: What to Wear for The Biggest Night of Your Year

Today I’m signing off for Christmas, not before sorting out one last sartorial dilemma however! Florence Finds will be back to normal service on 2nd January and in fact I have something rather special to brighten up your January. In the meantime I’m making no promises and will blog as and when I have something to share, so keep your eyes on Twitter, Facebook or check back here when you have a bit of down time. You can also follow my Christmas on Instagram. (This is a web link if you don’t have Instagram on your phone.)

When I wrote the title to this post, I was alluding to your New Years Eve dress. If you’ve got somewhere to go, then your frock has to be something special for this most celebratory of nights. In fact, my biggest party of the year was a 30th Birthday for one of my good friends. A super stylish lady, I wanted to make an effort and found the perfect dress in the ASOS sale.


La la Lashes // Midi Dress with Holographic Embellishment (On Sale at £72 from £120!) // Faux Panther Clutch Bag // Shoes, Nine West (old) // Nails: ESSIE ‘Leading Lady’.

I had swapped my usual Zara clutch with my Mum to complete a wedding outfit for her the same weekend and used this Faux Panther Clutch of hers instead. I loved the slightly wild look to the decadent muscular panther clasp with subtle sparkle collar detail.

Of course, aside from the sparkle, the talking point of this dress is the back, or rather lack of. (And before anyone asks… I went without.) Teamed with a vampy blood red lip and Christmas nails, I felt super glamorous.

Of course, no party is complete without glowsticks and eye lashes. These lashes are by La la Lashes – the lash itself is quite a subtle effect but they are dusted in fine glitter and as a result when the light catches your lashes and with every blink, you get a subtle sparkle – they’re a cheap way of upping the glam factor if you don’t have a new dress to wear 🙂

Happy weekend readers!

Love,
Rebecca
xo

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19 thoughts on “Friday Frock: What to Wear for The Biggest Night of Your Year

  1. Merry Christmas and happy holidays to you too Rebecca.
    You looked absolutely stunning, so, so good.
    By the way, thanks to your inspiration I am now rocking a sparkly, shiny, full of paillettes pink nail (the other ones are pearly bright pink).

  2. Ooh Rebecca, I think this is my favourite outfit of yours yet! The frock is stunning and the length really suits you. Also loving the nails and the panther clutch.

    Have a lovely break xx

  3. So gorgeous – I love the midi length, although I fear I am too short to pull it off.
    Have a lovely Christmas break Rebecca, looking forward to seeing you again in January!

  4. What a beautiful dress – and you look lovely in it Rebecca!

    Hope you have a wonderful Christmas and New Year!

    Sarah x

  5. WOW! Rebecca you look HOT! This dress is so glam – Love it!

    Have a fabulous break!

    Merry Christmas and a happy New Year!

    Dx

  6. You look amazing in this dress.
    Hope you have a wonderful Christmas and New Year.
    I have thoroughly enjoyed Florence Finds this year.
    X

  7. You are one brave lady- although I think the embellishments on the dress don’t make the “going without” obviously until you see the back 🙂

    I LOVE that panther clutch- it’s going right to the top of my Please-Be-In-The-Boxing-Day-Sale Wishlist.

    Have a lovely Christmas! xx

  8. Love the dress you looking amazing! Love the nails too – do tell what one is it please or is it your gel nails?

    Have a great Christmas x

  9. Thank you so much for this – I’ve been looking for a dress like this for ages! I wore it last night and felt lovely and had lots of compliments too. Happy New Year to you! x

  10. Hi
    I am loving this dress and you look amazing in it. I have been eying it off myself to wear to a friends wedding. Wanted to get your opinion on if it runs true to size? Also, do you think it would be tooo ‘sparkly’ for a glam garden afternoon/evening wedding?

    • Hi Lucy! I wore a size ten and was on the heavier side for me at the time so I would say you may even need a size down. I reckon with a nice jacket or cover up it would be lovely for a wedding and then full on sparkle at night. It’s got a really vintage feel and I got tons of comments on it 🙂

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