6 Outfits For Your Best New Year's Eve Ever
Since it seems like most of the Internet agrees that everyone is ready for the year to be done, this New Year’s Eve may be one of the most celebrated in a long time! Wherever you end up chugging champagne and searching for a midnight kiss that night, these outfits are a perfect way to stick a middle finger all the way up at this past year since you’ll have the last laugh.
Trade in the traditional sparkles for a velvet dress. The regal-looking texture will make you look chic at any gathering and you can double-dip this look for a holiday party. Deep hues like navy, maroon, or olive will look good on anyone!
2.Shake Up Sequins
Every year, sequin dresses around the country get fished out of closets for New Year’s Eve. While there is nothing wrong with that classic go-to, you can shake up the sequin trend by sporting the sparkle on a different staple. We are currently coveting rompers and jumpsuits that aren’t overwhelmed by a full sequin application but rather highlight their shimmer more sparsely.
Who says your outerwear can’t be the main focus? The faux fur trend is back and you can drape a coat or vest over your outfit to tie it all together. The best part is you will look stylish while keeping warm in the cold!
4.Look Cool In Tulle
When the ball drops at midnight in Times Square, channel your own Big Apple vibes with a classic tulle skirt like the one classically associated with New York City’s fictional “It Girl” Carrie Bradshaw. A black or cream tulle skirt over a sleek bodysuit is a bold way to charge into 2017.
One of the iconic parts of the Victoria’s Secret fashion show is seeing the models lounge around in silky robes as they get their hair and makeup done. Channel your inner Angel with a satin dress for the holidays! This fabric makes every dress look so elegant, which means you can go for a dress with a daring slit and still look classy!
WARNING: This trend is not for the faint of heart! We’ve seen sheer styles make waves from wearing bodysuits under totally sheer skirts and sporting adorable bralettes under see-through shirts. Throw a blazer or fur coat over a sheer style for a bit more coverage if rocking a transparent dress is a bit too bold for you.