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NYFW’s Best Cocktail Dresses

24 Blogazine brings more highlights from NYFW: This year’s cocktail dress selections were off the hook. The colors were bright, the textures out of this world and the designs were  innovative and definitely great takes on this year’s trends.

Let’s kick it off with Zac Posen’s interesting turtle neck paired with a dress! The red, silk turtle neck looks absolutely stunning and practical with a low V-Cut patterned dress. The dress itself is a fashion statement with cutouts on the sides and striped textures. And paired with a turtle neck and red stockings, this outfit is a new fashion statement we’ll be seeing soon, outside of the catwalk.

Prabal Gurung’s designs were exceptional. The different shades of white and cream were combined for a ruffled and textured strapless dress. This look is bold and definitely requires a fierce fashionista to work it out. Also Gurung’s metallic ruffled dress has so much character. Especially notable are the use of bright color, the new take on the off the shoulder trend and the layering of fabric. Paired with a bouffant hairdo (inspired by Snooki from Jersey Shore) you are ready to make your own debut.

If you’re the kind of gal who likes to keep your style simple, Isaac Mizrahi’s low v sequined mini and Carlos Miele’s traditional bright cocktail dress with sequin embellishments, are what you should look for when purchasing a cocktail dress. Once again, putting your hair in an updo is a way to keep the ensemble chic since you are showing a little bit of skin.

Finally, the new fierce fashion trend is digital prints. Whether it’s a skirt or a dress, digital prints are alluring and exude a creative presence as opposed to other traditional designs. Diane Von Furstenberg’s digital print mini is adorable with scrunched up material on the right side. This look is perfect with smoky eyes and a messy bed head.

For more fashion looks and designs from NYFW, click here.

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