New Year’s Eve is just two days away and who doesn’t want to look fantabulous on New Year’s Eve with the best outfit they ever have. We got some stylelicious tips for you to shine the brightest among the rest.
If you are planning to spend New Year’s Eve in a nightclub where everybody dons the trendiest of dresses, do something different but ultra stylish to make you stand out among the rest. Be risky and try this year’s coolest look with a light blue or purple dress shirt and keep the top two buttons open for a more daring image. Top your shirt with a classy leather blazer for a more polished look. This is the year of leather so get yourself a nice pair of leather pants and rock the New Year’s Eve with a refined yet daring look.
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If you are lucky enough to celebrate the New Year’s night in open air then keep yourself cozy and warm with winter jacket and quality winter boots, a matching winter hat, scarf and gloves. You can look for leather winter jackets or if you can’t afford leather go for dark grey mohair trench coat, which are easily found at Armani, Prada and John Varvatos.
Rave parties are always popular on New Year’s Eve, especially among younger party goers. So if you are planning for a 24-hour dancing session, get yourself something sporty and comfortable. You can choose a dark blue, white, red, purple or black sleeveless t-shirt and top your shirt with a tank top as it will give your body plenty of breath ability and you won’t have to take it off when your nerves go crazy. For Rave party it is always better to put on track pants for they are comfy and simple. Your outfit will not fly until you wear flamboyant sneakers. Plus wear a fisherman or cowboy hat with tinted aviator glasses for the ultimate rave look.
If you are invited on to some formal dinner party on New Year’s Eve, a classic black and white combination would be your best bet. You’ll need to wear a sophisticated suit to enthrall the hearts at the party. But make sure your suit fits and looks perfect. If you are a little conservative then a sharply cut three-piece suit would loom groovy and dazzling but if you want to be daring then try the latest plaid suits. Try to keep the colors to a minimum; a classic black and white combination would do wonders with a plaid tie in purple or cherry shade.