The time has come for us to end the year and start our journey off in 2016. What better way to celebrate your accomplishments of 2015 and goals for the new year than in a style like Cara Delevingne, Gwen Stefani, Lady GaGa, and celebrities alike.
Whether you decide to dress up and go out for the night or stay in for a casual hoorah with friends, an essential to the perfect night always includes the perfect outfit.
Try incorporating your favorite trends from 2015 as a way to end the year properly with 70s fringe and suede, Balmain and military inspired pieces, and delicate Victorian frills pieced with rough accessories.
Rather than opting for the standard gold and glitzy dress, try going for a bold two piece suit set or jumpsuit. The bold prints will stand out just the same as the glamour of a bold metallic dress. Or you can keep the metallic and wear the tradtional New Year's Eve trend in a tailored pantsuit or one piece jumpsuit as well. Karen Walker is known for her esoteric looks and her Spring 2016 Ready-To-Wear collection is perfect for this.
The lux texture of satin and silk is another key to an eccentric New Year's outfit. In a 70's silhouette, the fabric looks timeless and stands out. A silk/satin jumpsuit or a nightgown inspired dress is a different take on dressing for a night of partying. Black is always the way to go in this textured fabric. Pair it with bold red heels and side swept loose waves for an added pop.
For a more subtle way to stand out for the night, try a smoky eye or gold makeup look with a casual dressed down outfit or a bold red hair color paired with a red outfit if you don't mind standing out. Blunt and bold haircuts are simple yet they speak volumes when it comes to an overall look, especially a blunt cut bang.
Cheers and have a Happy New Year!
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Jina Michele is a NYC based fashion and style blogger. Her personal style blog showcases her and adoration for all things style related. Jina has had the experience working as a fashion journalist, public relations representative, social media manager, and in audience development. Some may say that the industry is shallow and superficial but for her it is an art. Any chance that Jina gets to express her obsession with fashion she takes on with passion and persistence. Her motto, “life is short, buy the shoes” and "if the plan doesn't work, change the plan but never the goal!”
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