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Let StyleAble help you start the New Year as you mean to go on, with style, glamour and a touch of sparkle! The festive period is the perfect time to ooze elegance and dress to the nines. If you’re in need of some inspiration, then this selection of show stopping party dresses will help take you through to 2015. I have scoured the highstreet to find some of the most flattering styles to suit any shape. All have the added sparkle we need, either to get yourself that midnight kiss, or just make you the envy of the party. By Lisa Thompson

Hourglass Figure…

Here we have the perfect dress for the hourglass beauty, nipped in at the waist and accentuating your assets, £55 from

Sparkly dress from

Pear Shaped…

Pear shaped gals look amazing with an embellished neckline. This will divert attention away from the lower half of the body and show off an elongated (and of course swan like!) neck.  £159 from

Ted Baker dress


Straight shaped ladies will dazzle in a classic fitted maxi dress with heavy beaded detail. This look will give your figure those well deserved added curves, £50 from the Miss Selfridge premium collection at

Miss Selfridge dress

Apple Shaped…

If you are an apple shape, go for a dress that will emphasise your cleavage along with an empire waistline. Avoid clingy material, especially around the middle. This 50’s style dress will give you a well proportioned shape, with curves in the perfect places, £32.50 from

Superdre Skaters Dress

Ok, so if dresses aren’t your outfit of choice, check out my top 5 findings of the hottest jumpsuits to suit every shape. A jumpsuit is the perfect alternative to a traditional dress, with the added bonus of keeping your legs a little warmer on those winter evenings! 

£52 from Warehouse:

Jump suit from Whistles
£135 from Whistles:

Jump suit from Oasis£55 from Oasis at John Lewis:

Sequined French Connection Jump Suit

£159.95 from French Connection:

Jump suit from Missguided

£29.99 from Missguided:

Jump suit from Warehouse

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