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Published on December 6th, 2017 | by


These Mila Kunis-Inspired Holiday Dresses Ring in Under $100

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The holiday party season is in full effect—what are you wearing?

If you have no idea, let the stars serve as, yet again, wardrobe inspiration. They go to their fair share of parties, after all. Worried about not having Zendaya‘s stylist or Selena Gomez‘s bank account? Don’t stress—we rounded up all the festive frocks you’ll need to hit the holiday circuit in style while staying under a $ 100 budget. Need a fashion-forward but slightly conservative ensemble to impress your boss? Sofia Richie has the dress for you. Want to stay way under budget with a piece you can wear pre-Christmas and for NYE? Follow in Tracee Ellis Ross‘ fashionable footsteps.

To see holiday dresses under $ 100, keep scrolling.

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A red mini works all year round, as evidenced by Selena’s Dior frock worn to the Rudderless premiere. However, a piece like this has special power during the holidays. Everyone will appreciate the look, no matter the silhouette or shade—you’re basically a fashionable Santa Clause.

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Créneau Dress, $ 54.99

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Wrap Neckline Dress, $ 59.99

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Nothing says holiday more than plaid, check and houndstooth. Perhaps the rectangular and square shapes remind us of presents or the pattern is oftentimes found on thicker material, but feel the festive vibes without looking too costume-y.

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Asymmetrical Ruffle Hem Plaid Dress With Belt, $ 30

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Navy Blue Checked Shift Dress, $ 49

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Wear your holiday dress again for New Year’s Eve. Sequins and 3-D embellishments are hallmark trends of the season—it’s the time of year when being extra is the norm, after all. While metallic sequins are expected, punch things up even more, like Tracee in her JCPenney pink frock, with colorful shine.

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Knee-Length Dress, $ 76

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Sequin Dress, $ 69.90

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What does one wear to a holiday work party? You can’t reveal too much…or else HR may get involved. You can’t be too casual…you want to impress the boss, after all. Take a style cue from Sofia at the SAG-AFTRA Foundation Patron of the Artists Awards and rely on a tuxedo dress. It’s at both times sophisticated, chic and you’ll have room for dessert.

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Double Breasted Dress, $ 84

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Grey Checked Blazer Dress, $ 55.00 

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Velvet will forever be a staple of the winter seasons. However, this year, take inspiration from the actress in Elie Saab Couture and opt for dress that features the crushed fabric and another material. The contrast is subtle but elevated.

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Contrast Velvet Dress, $ 49.90

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Kristen Floral Velvet Tassel Crop Midi Dress, $ 12.50

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The illusion trend isn’t going away anytime soon. Instead of a full-on naked dress, opt for sheer components in black mixed with more feminine prints, as seen on Mila’ beautiful Dolce & Gabbana dress.

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Print Velvet Midi Dress, $ 95

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Sheer Mesh Dress, $ 69.99

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