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New Year's Eve Fashion

bubbly

Champagne is (of course) a New Year's Eve essential.  So whatever party/club/soiree you're heading out to, coordinate your dress with the bottle of champagne you're bringing.  Amp up classic gold with a little leopard print.  Make coral glow with glittery gold.  Stay pretty with pale pinks.  Unleash your sassy side with violet and crimson---red-hat-ladies-who?  Or embrace tradition with emerald green and onyx.









thisyearsblack

Black is this NYE hue.  Hit the dance clubs in a sequin-embellished mini dress and black boots made for getting your groove on.  Look hot at the bars in dark wash skinnies, a shoulder-revealing black top, and shiny pumps.  Channel your sophisticated side at a dinner party in a classy LBD and ladylike heels.  For a chill party opt for gray skinny jeans, a cute black top, and matching flats.  For an at-home all-nighter go with comfy sweat pants, a soft henley, and your fave slippers.









thinkpink

Go glamorous with a girly hue this New Year's.  Get all dolled up for a lavish event in a drapey one-shoulder dress, glittery pink heels, and a matching clutch.  Get your Barbie on at the bars in curve-hugging skinnies, a sequined tank, cropped blazer, and bumble-gum pink booties.  If you're hosting a fun girls' night-in, stick to cozy gray leggings, an over-sized pink sweatshirt, and plush slippers.









outtatheblue

Break out the blue, baby.  Grab sapphire-hued martinis with your girls in a gorgeous blue cocktail dress, silver glitter heels, and earrings reminiscent of the famed Titanic "heart of the ocean."  For a night of Kinect, slip into your trusty pair of blue-jeans, a tee, and chucks.  Or burst onto the bar scene in black sequin shorts, black leggings, a blue Monroe tee, and sexy booties. 









seeingred
It's your prerogative to look red hot this NYE.  Paint the town red in a glittery crimson mini dress, plus matching tights and booties.  Keep things warm and cozy for a night at home with the fam in faded blue jeans, an uber-comfy red shirt, and coordinating boots.  Go a little Mad Men in a vintage-inspired frock and retro pumps.  You'll be the spice of the pajama party in polka-dotted flannel pants and wintry slippers.  And lastly and most classy, own the night at the fancy party in your burgundy cocktail dress and seductive heels.


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If you choose to drink this NYE, do so legally & responsibly.♥

Comments

Leah said…
I love this post! In my dreams I'm hosting a lovely New Years Eve party and want to rock one of the champagne dresses so bad - especially the coral or emerald green one! Maybe someday... But I really love all the ideas - and am having a hard time deciding what to pick for a night of appetizers and board games with the family and boyfriend! :)
Hannah M. said…
Love all of those Pink outfits! :)
Anonymous said…
I love all the drinks with the outfits! My favorite is "bringing out the bubbly"
Annie Maguire said…
Lovely sets, they're all beautiful! Now that I have discovered your site, I will be checking back more frequently :) the site looks so peaceful lol.

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