Latest Trends in Cocktail Dresses For Fall 2015

Get ready for fall 2015, as I am here to share with you latest trends in cocktail dresses. What is so special about the upcoming autumn season? Lots of designers and fashion brands added opulence and glamour to their very special evening looks by using intricate embellishments and embroideries.In today's post we are going to see timeless classic frocks, modern shifts, jaw-dropping cocktail creations what will make everyone look at you on your next night out.

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We see an interesting creation from Banana Republic. It's a bright pink shift worn atop grey turtleneck sweater styled with grey tights paired with fuchsia heels.

Bright and colorful designs are great for making a real statement in the crowd, of course you need to keep the balance, by adding calm colored accessories. This year is full of long sleeve cocktail frocks, what will ideally look with your favorite clutch and classy heels. If it's a classic party, then you might be interested in classic silhouette numbers, what identify timeless elegance and ultra-feminine vibes. As you can see, there are great ways to style them with stiletto heels and glittery clutches for an ultra chic look. My personal favorites are the brightly printed ensembles with A-line silhouettes, and flirty look. You will definitely need one of the following models, what will make you a real diva at any event. Anyway, I have rounded up this Winter 2015-2016 designs to make sure you look fabulous at all of your festivities.

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Barbara Tfank offers a gorgeous retro inspired floral print frock. Ideally fits it's wearer's beautiful silhouette.

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Another great shiny style from Barbara Tfank collection.

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The leaves print on Barbara Tfank dress looks irresistible.

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I am so in love with this fit-and-flare ensemble. Looks pretty retro inspired to me.

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Bouchra Jarrar keeps it sweet and ladylike. We see A-line long-sleeve shift in pink color with white sleeves.

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A long-sleeve lightweight piece from Cacharel. I like the blue, sky-blue blurred dot print.

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Brand Capara offers a sleeveless cocktail number what will ideally fit your cocktail night events. Love the shiny gold metallic boots.

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Brand Cultro keeps the print to be creative, while the silhouette simple. Love this asymmetric long-sleeve shift.

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Dorothee Schumacher keeps things simple and classy. The abstract floral print looks perfect. I love the way model wears this frock paired with high socks and peep-toe mules.

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Duro Olowu is here with a vibrant print long dress. In love with its stripes and dots.

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Here is another Duro Olowu creation. This time it looks quite sophisticated.

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Swan printed shift with 1/2 sleeves from Emma Cook is worn with white tights and low-heel glossy black shoes.

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Great Greenland x Jesper Hovring offers office-friendly cream white frock which can be updated with fur cropped jacket and pointed-toe black pumps.

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There is kind of sporty touch in this dark blue HANAH frock. Love the way it's styled with high-sole lace-up black mannish shoes.

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The simplicity is the key. I recommend to take a closer look at this Hellessy creation.

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Another great looking wrap look from Hellessy.

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An abstract print sleeveless straight fit shift from ICB.

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Jil Sander is here with zig-zag printed frock. Love the way it's styled with glossy black boots.

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An abstract kaleidoscope bird print appears in Juana Martin long-sleeve frock.

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Another pretty design from Juana Martin.

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How about some retro touches from Lena Hoschek. Love the fit and white-green look.

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Another great looking, simple design from Lena Hoschek.

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Pedro del Hierro Madrid offers a black velvet wrap dress in tiny little white dots.

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Rebecca Taylor is here with floral jacquard long-sleeve creation.

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Here we see a sleeveless number from Rebecca Taylor with peplum bottom

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Sachin Babi keeps it sophisticated. In love with this sleeveless fit-and-flare ensemble.

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I see kind of boho touch in this Vanessa Bruno long-sleeve dress.

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ZAC Zac Posen.

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A purple special evening event gown from ZAC Zac Posen.



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