Winter Formal Dresses 2018

Winter Formal Dresses 2018
Looking for the latest designs and styles of winter formal dresses? Here, we tell you about the same.
Unlike summer dresses that are fashioned out of light cotton or linen material, winter dresses need to provide you with comfort and warmth without compromising on the looks. There are many formal events that you might need to attend during the winters, for which you need to know the formal dresses you can wear.

During winters, you can experiment with bold colors like red, purple, electric blue, fuchsia, and emerald green. These bright colors can be toned down with neutral-hued coats and streamlined winter jackets.

For work, dresses should ideally be form-fitting with an impeccable cut and tailoring. Materials like knit, jersey, jacquard, and duchess satin, all work well for winter dresses.
Sweater Dress
What's a better formal wear for winters, than a sweater dress? Colors like blood red, emerald green, or electric blue work well. A sweater dress in cashmere looks elegant and timeless. For a slightly casual look, pair it with heels and a trench coat. For a formal look, pair it with a black or white belt.
Beige Sweater Dress
Sensual Brunette
Shift Dress
This is a must-have winter dress. Shift dresses are the perfect choice when you like to experiment with your clothes or when you want a fun environment at work. A shift dress which is fitted at the bodice and is knee-length, is ideal for winters. You can wear it with tights or stockings. A military jacket or a car coat will go well with such a dress.
White Shift Dress
Shift Dress
Tweed Dress
Tweed dresses are ideal for winters. They are chic and they keep you warm. Look out for knee-length dresses with bows. You can wear such a dress to an office party or a lunch meeting with equal ease. Pair it with a tuxedo jacket in a solid color like wine or black, and ankle-length boots. A skinny belt and a chain strap quilted bag will complete the look.
Black And White Tweed Dress
Woman With Dandy Style
Velvet Dress
If you think velvet dresses look dated, you are wrong. Velvet dresses are appealing and give a very regal look. You can pair them with long trench coats and calf-length boots. You can wear a contrasting scarf if you think the dress is too shiny.
Blue Velvet Dress
Sensual Fashion Model
Maxi Dress
Think that maxi dresses are only for summers? Well, the right maxi dress can work for winters too. You can look stylish and feel warm at the same time if you wear maxi dresses over turtlenecks. A maxi dress in a fabric like jersey or wool with a demure neckline and a clinched waist is ideal for winters. Colors like navy blue, burgundy and deep purple look great. Pair a maxi dress with boots and keep the accessories to a minimum for an uncluttered look.
Gray Maxi Dress
Simply Gorgeous
A-line dress
An A-line woolen dress is a great choice as it is comfortable and chic. It looks great in solid colors like bright red, emerald green, and blue, or in pastel colors like textured gray, brown, and pink. You can tone down the solid color by pairing it with a cashmere or pastel-colored coat. If the A-line dress is light-colored, spice it up with a bold-colored coat. Pair this dress with black stockings and black or brown boots.
A Line Dress
Elegance Smiling Woman Presenting
Jersey Dress
One of the best dresses that you can wear in the winters is the jersey dress. Look out for jersey dresses with pleats. Printed jersey dresses with embellishments on the collar are also quite trendy. A wrap-around jersey dress looks utterly classy and formal.
Yellow Dress
Female Model Wearing Long Mocha Coat
Who said dressing up in winters is not fun! Even high-street brands stock winter formal dresses. The right winter dress will not only make you look stylish and chic but will also keep you warm and comfortable.