Nightclub dresses have particular requirements. You want to look your best and be comfortable for a long night of dancing. As we head closer to 21 June, who is not looking forward to going back to the clubbing scene? Club dresses are the weekend outfit par excellence. Off duty dresses with plenty of sass. Here a bodycon dress is just the ticket, and A Good Frock usually has some in stock and don’t think you have to be limited to black. While a bodycon dress works really well, you can choose any colour that suits you. Most people choose black, but if you don’t, you’ll stand out in a crowd. Here are a few club dress options, currently for sale on A Good Frock.

Nightclub Dresses in Black

Nightclub dresses in black can be any length – choose short or midi. To illustrate the point A Good Frock currently has this short black silk blend Dolce and Gabbana dress and this midi black lace Dolce and Gabbana dress. Or if you really want to raise the roof there is this vintage black bustier Dolce and Gabbana dress.

The short silk blend dress is 6% elastane, great if you are looking for a bodycon fit. It has ruching throughout for a flattering fit but do contact me for measurements, as I think it comes up neat. Alternatively, the midi black lace Dolce and Gabbana dress while longer offers up a range of different options depending on what you wear underneath. For clubbing I might suggest some Wolford underwear. For the less adventurous among you a slip dress as per my photo works just as well. The vintage option – the black 1995 bustier dress is pure sass. And while it has been worn, is perfectly serviceable for clubbing. The hook and eye fastenings which run the length of the back of the dress are in mint condition. On the night there’s no better feeling than knowing you are wearing something unique. We all like to stand out in a crowd.

Other Fashion Options for Clubbing

If you want to avoid black then might I suggest this coral ruched dress by Christopher John Rogers. Rhianna wore this style of dress on a night on the tiles and there is no reason why you can’t too. Made in New York in a small workshop it’s the very antithesis of a mass produced dress and jaw droppingly sexy too. It’s not quite orange. The designer’s colour is ‘coral’ which is very bespoke.

On any of these dresses you can contact me for more information on measurements and fit and the amount of stretch.