In less than 24 hours, the world would have celebrated “Happy New Year 2014,” and at this last minute a few people are still looking for something to wear to ring in the new year in style.
The Fashion Examiner brings you a round up of various articles giving fashion and style tips and making it easier to find what to wear on New Year’s Eve.
Quintessential little black dresses, which we predict will rule New Year’s Eve night. Little black dresses have a life of their own because they are versatile, and can one feel and look like a 100 bucks, especially for those who believe that black can be slimming.
Metallics are a hot new fashion trend in 2014, but choosing the right fit is primary. Nothing beats a well fitted dress. Others will stare in envy and wonder whether the dress was made specifically for the fashionista’s body. Every curve will be highlighted and every problem area minimized.
Fashion statement jewelry pieces that welcome the new year with a bang. New Year’s Eve dresses and outfits are known for their sparkle and shine. It is the one time of year when luxe is more. Whether it is luxe for less or luxe for quality, the key is to accessorize with the right statement pieces.
Ditch the sequins and bring in leather accents for a stylish New Year’s Eve celebration. Leather and faux leather have been one of the most popular fashion trends in 2013. From sexy peplum tops to stylish sleek leggings, leather has popped up everywhere. So what better way to say adieu to 2013 than to rock one of its most stylish trends on New Year’s Eve.
New Year’s Eve fashion is the best time to take the fashionista out of her comfort zone in style. New Year’s Eve parties are some of the most stylish events of the year. It is a time when fashionistas end the old year in style and start the new year off with a chic bang. It is the one night when competing with the world’s shiniest disco ball may not be the worst idea. Normal fashion rules normally go right out the window, and sparkle and shine take over the night.
Forget the dresses and go with pants or skirts. Choose non-dress options for the flexible fashionista. Dressing up without the dress can be difficult for some people, but choosing the right pants, skirts or tops does not have to be an ordeal. Go for looks that say festive holiday season without screaming disco ball. A simple pair of dressy blue or black jeans goes great with a top or jacket embellished with sequins, studs or any other sparkle details.
Happy stylish New Year 2014.