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Motel Rocks The Party: New Collection Unveiled

What presents are in store for this festive season?

Hot fashion brand Motel are kicking off the festive season with their new arrivals of party frocks, glitter suits and embellishment guaranteed to get you decked up better than a christmas tree.

Incorporating sexy cut-out panelling, striking neon and winter florals – as the brand synonymous with party fashion, look no further than Motel for that killer frock. But first, check out their behind the scenes video for the shoot.

Sheer panelling has really taken off this year and is always a sure way to spice up any style while still retaining an elegant look. Motel’s Moonchild dress is perfect for effortless glamour. Panelled down in sheer fabrics and soft matt, the detailing on the sleeves and collarbone is a spot-on attention to detail that draws the eye down to the slender waist and flirty hemline.

For the glitter and  glamour wallflowers among us – the Wild Rice Dress is a luxurious option for being bang on trend after dark. A smooth velvety fabric in eye-catching teal with a shimmering A-line silhouette – this dress is a sure steal for winter wardrobes at £50.

If you’re feeling super festive or wanting an outfit that will make a statement, the cutout Dame dress in siren red is the ultimate frock to party in this season.

The halter neck style and panelled slits says sassy, sexy and ready for the dance floor. Featuring a body con style to hug those curves and a length just above the knee, add some chunky heels and minimal accessories, then you’re done.

Available in black, red and white for £38, you’ll have some choosing to do. So while a LBD IS a staple for any season, why not be daring and go for poker-hot red…unless you’re wanting to show off that tan in the white version…?

For more Motel madness and new arrivals, head to http://www.motelrocks.com

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