Here's How J.Crew Replaced Its Bridal Line

Sheer (and sparkly!) fun.

J.Crew is ready to party.

After nixing its bridal collection a few months ago, the retailer launched a new lineup of flirty party ensembles that is totally knocking our socks off.

The new “Ready-to-Party Collection” features 64 festive styles from formal cocktail dresses to crop tops and matching skirts to J.Crew’s classic seersucker and gingham frocks, a spokeswoman told The Huffington Post. Pieces range from $88 to $298 and are totally swoon-worthy:

<a href="" target="_blank">Tulle ball skirt</a>, $198 (shown with <a href="" target="_blank">Jackie embellished cardigan</a>, $98)
Tulle ball skirt, $198 (shown with Jackie embellished cardigan, $98)
<a href="" target="_blank">Long spaghetti-strap dress</a>, $168 and <a href="" target="_blank">ball skirt</a>, $188 (shown with <a href=";sisearchengine=197&amp;siproduct=G1326&amp;noPopUp=true&amp;source=googlePLA&amp;lsft=srcCode:GGBS00006_99104535401_200317638_15965730078_18283950120_c_pla_online__9031553&amp;gclid=CJPq48avkNICFQ9EfgodnSsJjA" target="_blank">gingham off-the-shoulder swim top</a>, $58)
Long spaghetti-strap dress, $168 and ball skirt, $188 (shown with gingham off-the-shoulder swim top, $58)
<a href="" target="_blank">Ruffle-hem dress</a>, $198&nbsp;and <a href="" target="_blank">tie-shoulder strapless dress</a>, $158
Ruffle-hem dress, $198 and tie-shoulder strapless dress, $158

The collection is based on 21 silhouettes that can be mixed and matched to create different outfits, J.Crew womenswear designer Somsack Sikhounmuong said in a statement.

He calls them “emotional pieces that any woman or girl would wear to any occasion, whether it was to a party, a date, or just a fun get together with friends.”

The collection is available online now and will be in stores in mid-March. Party on!