15 Dresses to Buy in January Fashion for New Years

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No matter the occasion or season, there are always plenty of opportunities to wear a dress, and of course, plenty to choose from.And since there really isn’t a bad time of year to invest in one, we’ve rounded up a monthly collection of our favorite dresses that you can buy right away.
January can be a tough month to wear, but a new dress is sure to help you break free from any winter style stereotypes you might find yourself falling into.From extremely chunky knit dresses with delicate details (like those from Alexander McQueen and Gabriela Hearst) to slouchy dresses that are more sweatshirt-like than real (see our picks from Theory and Whistles), this Moon has a lot of clothes to look forward to.These are the kinds of clothes you can happily wear at home during this uncertain time and go out again when the time comes.For those planning an escape to a warmer place, there’s a poolside mini dress on sale ready to leave town with you.There’s nothing like starting a new year with something new.New Years, new clothes – or two!
What better way to fight winter SAD than with a little retail therapy?Proenza Schouler White Label’s stretchy long-sleeve top may be blue, but its tie-dye swirl pattern is sure to be the cure for this season.
One of the most elegant and comfortable day looks for winter is a dress paired with trousers, and this Joseph tunic is the perfect way to achieve a minimalist layered aesthetic.Plus – it will keep your legs warmer!
Warm up in Gabriela Hearst’s stylish snow knit; its black bodice detail does all the tightening and styling for you.
If you’re in the market for a sweater dress, consider investing in a dress that can be worn in multiple ways.LVIR’s chunky chocolate rib-knit dress is actually a two-piece – including a sleeveless dress and a turtleneck; the styling options are endless!
Retreat in a warm place this month?Of course, you’ll need to bring a vacation-friendly dress — and this one happens to be on sale.
This black long-sleeve turtleneck sweater is the ultimate base layer for winter dresses.Layer it inside a lightweight dress, or wear it straight on.You won’t want to leave the house without it!
Except this hoodie – yes, a hoodie!—Wool and cashmere ribbed knit for curling up at home.Bonus, the black utility boots look great too.
With its leather-trimmed full-zip dress, Staud’s reinterpretation of the prepster polo dress gets just the right edge.
Don’t be fooled by its color or cut—Christopher Kane’s sun-drenched wool and cashmere dress is winter fun.
This season Ganni presents a very exaggerated but perfectly retro collar, paired with a satin jacquard bodice and contrast stitching.
One of the coolest knitwear trends right now in dress form.The sweatshirt is made of material with an extra-long silhouette that’s comfortable and elegant, making the transition from work from home to the office as easy as wearing it.
What could be warmer or more stylish than a chunky cardigan dress from Alexander McQueen?Its dark green is a practical alternative to navy or black, while its sculptural shape adds volume in all the right places.
Aeron’s silk midi may be graphic, but its neutral mix feels on par with a winter palette.
A perfect blend of velvet and moiré, Batsheva pearl-adorned grassland is modern and feminine.Can we recommend a pair of sheer tights and loafers to go with?
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Post time: Jan-13-2022