New Year’s Eve style

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New Year’s Eve can be a tough holiday to dress for. Finding plans is sometimes hard enough, let alone finding that perfect NYE look. But have no fear—whether you’re chilling on the couch or crowding into a Manhattan bar, we’ve got an outfit for you. Here are four different looks for whatever your New Year’s Eve plans may be:

Out on the Town

New Year’s Eve is the one holiday where you can get away with dressing like a disco ball, so why not go all out? This bright, flashy dress screams fancy New Year’s Eve party. So whether you’re hitting the newest club or the hottest party in town, just remember that you can’t go wrong with gold sequins and Old Hollywood-style accessories.

Cozy Night In

Sometimes it’s just as fun to curl up with a loved one and watch the ball drop from the privacy of your living room. Still look stylish in a matching camisole-short set, with a chic robe and comfy slippers. Just be sure and capture that NYE spirit by drinking champagne out of the nicest glass you can find.

Concert Look

Have tickets to the coolest show in town? Keep that rock-n-roll edge with leather pants, black ankle boots, and blood-red nail polish. It is New Year’s Eve though, so pay tribute with a glittery top and oversized art-deco earrings. Liquid eyeliner will help you nail that perfect cat-eye —a must for any NYE concert.

House Party

Just because you’re at a friend’s place doesn’t mean you can’t dress up! These are my favorite kinds of New Year’s parties—a chill setting, sparkly outfits, and never-ending glasses of champagne. Rock the night away in a layered, chiffon skirt and a simple beaded top. Diamond accessories keep you fancy, though we all know you’re kicking those heels off and dancing to Beyoncé in the living room before night’s end.

Rachel Carter grew up surrounded by trees and snow and mountains. She graduated from the University of Vermont and Columbia University, where she received her MFA in nonfiction writing. She is the author of the So Close to You series with Harperteen. These days you can find her working on her next novel in the woods of Vermont.

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