Gown Down, Ladies

You may not be hitting the red carpet, but who says you can't get your gown-on like an A-lister? A wedding, gala or a seriously swanky dinner are enough reasons to keep a good gown on deck. 

Celia L. Smith Jan, 12, 2015

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Sequin gown, French Connection, $348, frenchconnection.com.

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Asymetric neckline gown, Michael Kors, $140, farfetch.com.

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Pin tuck silk maxi dress, Topshop, $490, topshop.com.

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Stretch Micro Modal maxi dress, Tart, $130, theoutnet.com.

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Leather peplum gown, Alice+Olivia, theoutnet.com.

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Colorblocked dress, H&M, $49, hm.com.

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One shoulder printed crepe de chine gown, Halston, $525, netaporter.com.

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Silk blend cross front dress, Carven, $270, farfetch.com.

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Embroidered maxi dress, Dorothy Perkins, $127, dorothyperkins.com.

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Crystal embellished lace gown, Needle & Thread, $540, netaporter.com.

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“Hayworth” cut-out dress, Reiss, $322, reiss.com.

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"Cleopatra' gown, Diane von Furstenberg, $349, matchesfashion.

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V-neck slit dress, H&M, $49, hm.com.

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Silk floral ruffle-front dress, Thakoon Addition, $424, avenue32.com.

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Double silk Georgette gown, Olcay Gulsen, $150, olcaygulsen.com.

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Silk blend sheer gown, SuperTrash, $215, supertrash.com.

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