50 New Year’s Eve Dresses Under $100
News flash: There are only 20 days left in 2017. (Whoa.) Whether you plan on dancing the night away or welcoming 2018 in somewhat lower-key style, here are 50 dresses—all under $100—to wear to ring in the new year.
This forgiving silhouette lets you have as many desserts as your heart desires.
RACHEL Rachel Roy ($95)
Channel your drink of choice in your outfit.
& Other Stories ($65)
Fit and Flare
A classic shape in a wintery material.
Joe Fresh ($39)
Bonus: You can totally whip this guy out again for Valentine's Day.
The perfect amount of edge.
Chic and superhero-like.
Alison Andrews ($60)
This cut is so flattering.
The jersey says "casual" while the V-neck says "but not too casual."
Kinda looks like fireworks, no?
Diane von Furstenberg ($63)
Burgundy is a great alternative to fire-engine red.
Heads up that one-shoulder looks are poised for a comeback.
Halston Heritage ($96)
An excellent, not-boring LBD.
So you want something comfy?
Ann Taylor ($98)
Business on the top, party on the bottom.
This dress makes us want to dance.
Haute Hippie ($82)
Va va voom.
Felicity & Coco ($98)
This deep emerald color is so pretty.
Urban Outfitters ($79)
Metallic and shiny without being too much.
Michael Michael Kors ($66)
Subtle details keep this from being just another shift dress.
Cece Moss ($77)
We'd wear this art deco-inspired frock with super-opaque tights.
We're getting major '70s vibes from this dance floor-ready stunner.
19 Cooper ($95)
You'll wear this one again (and again).
So swingy, so lovely.
Eliza J ($83)
Now serving New Year's Eve drama.
Vince Camuto ($90)
This slinky maxi comes in red too.
Free People ($59)
Most stylish bumblebee ever.
In a sea of sequins, stand out in mustard yellow crushed velvet.
If you're not into the whole party dress thing.
Club Monaco ($99)
Just the right amount of sheen.
This one's a straight showstopper.
ASTR the Label ($72)
Millennial pink works for the holidays too.
A shorter hemline balances the relative shapelessness of this dress.
Cheers to shimmery metallic.
Ella Moss ($91)
Channel your inner goth ballerina.
Who What Wear ($37)
Adore how this looks with over-the-knee-boots.
The shine on this one's not too little but not too much.
City Chic ($99)
Long sleeves + short dress = greatness.
Karen Kane ($86)
Wilfred Free ($80)
Groundbreaking? No. Perfect for December 31? You bet.
Dorothy Perkins ($78)
Figure skater chic.
Black Halo ($98)
A racerback top looks good on just about everyone.
Aidan Mattox ($62)
A great option for more low-key celebrations.
Bodycon pairs well with a modest neckline.
Comfort is king.
Old Navy ($26)
A total no-brainer, if you ask us.