The party dresses of the influencers that you need this Christmas
Celebrities are already beginning to implement their festive style formulas to warm up engines for the Christmas holidays, and that is why at Vanitatis we have activated our most glamorous fashionista radar to take note of the looks with which The influencers are enjoying the events that during these dates are piling up on the agendas of the queens of the networks. After having been analyzing the trends in this field, it is very clear that this Christmas the most sensual minidresses are going to be the protagonists, and lovers of glitter will also be able to enjoy these holidays a 'brilli brilli' display for which instagramers have been betting for some time .
Marta Lozano has conquered us with this silver sequin tight mini dress, a design by Victoria, Vicky Martín Berrocal's brand, which includes a strategic and flattering gather on the abdomen and marked shoulders.
Following the brilliant trail so common these dates, Lucía Rivera chose a sequined minidress with chain straps from Montenegro, the brand that is beginning to establish itself as the favorite of celebs on special occasions.
María Pombo has opted for a short dress in a lurex-blend fabric with a high neck, voluminous pleated sleeves, a gathered waist and a voluminous short skirt. This design is from her own brand, Name the Brand, and hours after the influencer wore it and after uploading an image on her networks in which she posed with it to promote it, the Pombo effect worked its magic, as the design was sold out immediately.
Paula Ordovás usually opts for minidresses, and in her last two public appearances she has opted for two designs that have made us fall in love. The first of these is a satin dress with a lingerie aesthetic and a shirt silhouette, a green creation by Rat & Boa, one of the favorite brands of influencers. We love how it raises the chromatic bet even more by adding heels from The Attico.
The second look is an incredible slim-fit mini-length velvet dress with a Bardot neckline with an asymmetrical ruffle on the chest and a back zipper closure from Montenegro.
In a sixties key, Gala González poses with an incredible pink long-sleeved minidress by Valentino with a bow print with appliqués on the neckline. She loves how she pairs it with black, masculine-inspired shoes.
Eugenia Martínez de Irujo knows that leather is the fabric of the season and chooses a Guess midi dress that she accessorizes with ankle boots from the artisan brand Cuchy.
And what can we say about the power of a good little black dress? These parties turn up the heat by adding shiny applications to its halter neckline, like this Versace dress with which Juana Acosta makes us want to dance.
More modest, but equally impressive, is the Uterqüe midi dress with which the influencer María Fernández-Rubíes Soler poses, accessorizing this design with jewelery from Ibiza Passion.
Always ready to shake up trends, Ana Rujas chooses an incredible printed dress from Sanda Simona Studio. It is a dress made in Serbia with an asymmetric silhouette and midi length with 'bodycon' fabric and 'cut out' motifs.