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How To Style: Your New Year’s Eve Look

"You can never-ever go wrong with sequins on New Years Eve".

Oh my! It is officially that time. New Year’s Eve is approaching and I’m siting here with bikinis and beach attire heaped on my bed, purely because planning beach-ready outfits is not as easy as party-dress planning, not even close. So to distract me from my bathing suit dilemma, and to inspire the next part of my packing category, here is our New Year’s Eve How To installment and also the last one of the year!

With that said, let me pour myself a glass a chardonnay and wish you all a wonderful 2017.

  1. Go Bold. It’s the best time to add bold patterns and beautiful textures to your ensemble. Go for bold colours and try contrasting metallic accessories. Pair it with a great floral clutch and you’re ready to go!


2. Sequins. You can never-ever go wrong with sequins on New Years Eve. Try a sequined blouse with your favourite denim skirt or play with a sequinned midi and graphic T. We love it paired with ankle boots and an over the shoulder chain bag.


3. Black Magic. An all-black ensemble is probably our favourite go-to. We love a sexy black number with cutouts paired with killer black pumps and a contrasting clutch. Ad some bold jewellery for a fun statement.


4. Party Pants. It ain’t a party if you ain’t got your party pants on! We adore a fully textured straight leg trouser with a pair of high-heeled sandals in a bright colour. Pair it with a great tote and a flowing pussy-bow blouse.


5. Glitter. You can add sparkle to any outfit if you have enough glitter. We love it on shoes and on accessories like your clutch, but also in make-up. Try a little extra sparkle by dabbing a little glitter on your lips before you head out or apply it to your cheekbones for an extra strobe effect. Don’t forget to have fun!


Cover image by Vogue*

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