Ah, New Year’s Eve, arguably one of the most iconic and important days of the year for fashion. It goes without saying that this night is all about the glitz and glamour, but how do you style classic and quintessential pieces without going overboard?
Sticking With The Basics
You certainly can never go wrong with a little black dress, more commonly referred to as a LBD. New Year’s is the perfect time to experiment with different fabrics and silhouettes. If you want to try a new look, but aren’t quite comfortable with a funky style or super out-there piece, a spiced up version of a classic is always a safe bet.
Practical AND Fashionable
While waiting in line at your party spot, whether it’s a house party or a bar in your hometown, it’s important to dress for the weather…that is, without sacrificing style.
A classic black leather jacket, complete with funky zippers and all the details gives you a little bit of warmth without ruining your entire outfit. It’s no secret that sherpa and faux fur jackets are all the rage right now, and New Year’s can be a great time to opt for a fancier take on this trend.
Nothing screams sleek and sophisticated quite more than a black blazer, but this sparkly edition can take your outfit out of the office and into the party.
Stepping Out in Style
Shoes can make or break any outfit, and New Year’s Eve is the perfect time to pull out that shoe you’ve been waiting to experiment with, but just couldn’t find the perfect time.
Booties are perfect for any occasion, and this glammed-out style are a head-turner.
If you’re thinking of wearing a simpler, more toned down outfit, why not go wild with a crazy, bright pair of heels? Statement shoes are in style right now and can take any plain look and turn it into something fabulous.
Fashion sneakers have also become increasingly popular in recent years, so if you’re looking for a more casual or laid-back shoe, sneakers are your new best friend.
Choosing an outfit to ring in not just a new year, but a new decade can seem overwhelming at first. However, there isn’t a time more perfect to try a new look than New Year’s, whether than means a whole new outfit, or just incorporating a few accessories.