Slayin' Party Dresses for Fresher's Week | MissPap

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When going to uni, it’s important to look fresh AF. After all, there’s a reason they called it Fresher’s Week! You need to make your first impression count, and there’s no better way of doing that than with one of our slayin’ party dresses.

The MissPap resident stylist has hand-picked some of our most babein’ party dresses guaranteed to make your Queen of the Dance-phwoar. Take a look at what we’ve got for you…



The Eliss Black Lace Cut Out Mini Dress is a sassin’ take on the classic LBD. It’s ideal for showing off your killer curves, while the luxe lace and cut out detail is sure to get all eyes on you this Fresher’s Week and for the rest of the year. Wear with high heels and accesorise with a clutch bag and statement earrings for max style points.



Swing into action with this gorgeous Selma Orange Shift Mini Dress. Get you a dress that can do both - combining laid-back casj vibes with all the class you need on a big night out with your new BFFs, this is the perfect dress to take you from day through to night with ease. Complete the look with some of our ankle boot beauts.



Give everyone serious dress envy this Fresher’s Week and beyond with this Nina Black Halter Neck Mini Dress. Dare to bare in this halter neck classic and look fierce AF when you need to the most. Sling on a pair of barely there heels to really set the place on fire. Also available in red if you fancy something brighter, bolder but just as babein’.



This Harper Black Ribbed Bardot Dress is so versatile, you can wear it pretty much anywhere. Well, it might be a bit much for lectures! Throw on some trainers and a baseball cap for ultimate lounge-chic vibes, or wear with over the knee boots and a choker for when you need to glam it up in the evenings.


What will you be wearing this Fresher’s Week? Check out our full range of stunning party dresses.


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