I am telling you now, I did not in any way intend to highlight mini-dresses for my 2020 New Year’s Eve edit. However, the more I browsed through My Theresa’s selection of party looks, the more my style subconscious, ignoring the longer versions that scrolled by, fixated on these thigh-grazing stunners. I’m not mad though as my subconscious was definitely trying to make something clear: we are ushering in a new decade Pretty Birds and we need to end the aughts with a leggy bang. Sound on, the aughts on the way out, and legs on deck for the 2020 win. What do you say, are you game to show your gorgeous gams?
New Year’s Eve Mini-Dresses for Every Style
As I looked for dresses, this Rasario 80s style number was an immediate standout. As many of you know, I am a huge fan of pink and this shade gives me a mini Madonna “Material Girl” vibe. I’ve never been a heart breaker and not including this dress would have been a total eclipse of the heart.
Whimsical Flower Goddess – Richard Quinn Velvet Print Mini-dress (On Sale).
Why bring flowers to the party, when you can wear them? Plus, your hosts will probably much more appreciate a bottle or two of bubbles with which to ring in the new year. See where I’m going with this? So spread your petals all over the dance floor, and ignite joy in the hearts of everyone you meet with your flower power.
Edgy Soul Sister – Nanushka Asymmetirc Faux-Leather Mini-dress, Sandals by Wandler.
Not a fan or color, print or embellishment? Or, do you feel your best in a little black dress? No worries, Nanushka’s got you covered, well at least one shoulder and to the middle of your thighs that is. Hey, hey, this is all about the mini after all!
Glamour Puss – Self-Portrait Embellished Mini-Dress, Gold, Pearl and Diamond Earrings by Mateo NY.
Put a smile on your face and slip on this chic black and white embellished number to ring in 2020. A ruched ruffle, a string of crystals and a swathe of lace are the ideal ingredients for a glamorous New Year’s Eve celebration.
What are you planning to wear this New Year’s Eve? Inspired by this mini-selection? Drop us a line in the comments below. We would love to hear about your lewk!
Images by Matteo D’Agostino