WHAT TO WEAR ON NEW YEAR’S EVE

A toast to you: you’ve (almost) made it through the frenzy of the holidays. All that’s left to do is find an outfit for New Year’s Eve — eek! But don’t panic. Whether you plan on turning heads at a party or watching the ball drop from the front row seat of your couch, we have plenty of New Year’s Eve outfits to put your wardrobe anxiety to rest and help you sparkle as brightly as the bubbly in your glass.

HOW TO PICK A NEW YEAR’S EVE DRESS OR JUMPSUIT

Kiss 2017 goodbye in an outfit as dressy as a dress but as comfy as pants. You guessed it — a gorgeous black jumpsuit with lace detailing. Add a velvet-flocked kimono for a little warmth and lot of style points. Prefer to have your last-minute New Year’s outfit put twirling to the test? Choose a flirty and feminine dress in metallic shimmer or flocked florals. Finish with a statement necklace in rhinestones or sparkling tassel earrings, a pretty clutch and your best friend at your side.

HOW TO STYLE JEANS AND JEGGINGS FOR NEW YEAR’S EVE

Not into dresses? No problem! Jeans and leggings can be a super stylish way to watch the ball drop. Simply, pair your favorite destroyed jeans with heeled booties and a pretty tank in velvet with lace detailing or a bold buffalo plaid print. Or go for shinny black jeggings or leggings and strappy block heels to dress up your look. Top it all off with a cinched-waist military jacket and layers of necklaces.

HOW TO CREATE A COZY NEW YEAR’S EVE STYLE

The perks of staying in on NYE? Not having to wait to get comfy ’til after the ball drops aka rocking your favorite leggings and graphics all night long. But if you still like getting a bit festive for the big night, style your favorite jeggings with a fun graphic and buffalo plaid. Finish off your look with a few statement jewelry pieces and a handful of confetti.

 

 

Whatever you wear to kiss 2017 goodbye, we know you’ll look amazing! Here’s to wishing you love, health, happiness and even more reasons to smile (and style) about in 2018.

  • Joan

    This blog post is beautifully done! More like it in the future, please!