Holiday Style Guide: New Year’s Eve Party Steals and Splurges
Have you RSVP’d to a New Year’s Eve party yet? The last bona fide NYE party I attended happened back in my college days, and like most good parties, there are a lot of things about that night that I don’t remember! Even if you do partake of the festivities and end up losing swathes of memories of what happened during the night, what’s certain is that you shouldn’t forget to stay in style with some steals and splurges.
It’s never wrong to put on something shiny for new year’s; in fact, it’s highly recommended in most circles! But ditch the floor-length gown and go for a cocktail dress: it’s different, more fresh, and easier to move around in when the dance floor opens up.
Alternatively, you can always go with the classic LBD — but change it up this time with trend we’ve been seeing plenty of recently: black and white. A black dress with a sliver of white panel peeking out makes it a little different from your usual run of the mill LBDs.
And since black and white is making its way back onto fashion trending topics, the above dress would be a good choice especially if you want it to go with your…
See what I mean about black and white reasserting itself as a trend this new year? Singapore-based shoemaker Charles & Keith have come up with an entire catalog that pays homage to the comeback kid that is black and white.
Nothing says “New Year’s Party” louder than all things bedazzled. When it comes to ringing in the new year, don’t be afraid of looking like a traffic hazard by wearing as many reflective surfaces as possible. This is the only time besides Halloween that most people can get away with it, so take advantage of it and do not hold back!