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Thursday, December 18, 2014

Blogmas Day 6: NYE Party Outfits

Hey Girls,

Welcome to Blogmas Day 6!
Can you believe we are already halfway through the 12 Days of Blogmas?! That means there are only 6 days left until Christmas! Yay!!

I have spoken heaps about Christmas festivities, but I haven't spoken much about New Years Eve, which is a MAJOR part of the holiday season. I love NYE, and mostly because I get the chance to dress up in pretty outfits and spend time with my family and friends. So, for those of you who are partying it up this new year, here is some fun outfit inspiration for your style! Enjoy!




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Edge up your usual look for this NYE, by choosing a black and white striped dress in a cool cut and pairing it with a biker jacket. Keep the bag and shoes neutral, and play around with the jewelry and make-up by adding pops of colour in gold deep red! This look screams chic, trendy, and edgy! 





A pretty fit and flare dress in a sweet pink colour is both elegant and sweet. Wear this look for NYE by pairing the dress with femme accessories such as pearl earrings and a cute bow ring, as well as a fun silver clutch and stilettos. Make sure that your make-up also matches the colour scheme. A good idea for this look is to line lids with a silver liner, powder on some light pink blush, and add a swipe of glittery pink gloss for a super flirty appearance! 





A figure-hugging shimmery silver dress is super glam and perfect for ringing in the new year! Choose accessories in solid colours to really let the dress stand out, and stick to a theme of around 3 colours to look sleek and put together. When wearing large dangling earrings, it is a good idea not to wear a necklace as it can look more costume-y than elegant, and it is also a good idea to keep other accessories minimal. The statement colour in this look is plum, and it is seen through the clutch, and picked up in the eyeshadow. Deep colours work well with the 'glam' look. 





New Years Eve is a fun time, so let your happy attitude shine through your outfit! Bubblegum pink and vibrant blue are super fun colours and when paired together look great! In this look, let loose with statement accessories and exciting pink hues, and with a stretchy skater dress, you'll be dancing all night long! 



What kind of look are you going for this NYE? 
Let me know in the comments below!



Thanks for Reading,

Carissa




5 comments:

  1. I love all of these outfits! I have featured the same ring from "NYE Outfits: Sweet" and the same earrings from "NYE Outfits: Glam" in two of my sets on Polyvore. Check it out! www.iam4fashion.polyvore.com.

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  2. I absolutely love all of these! The edgy one? Perfection.
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  3. Beautiful collections ~ Sweet is sure "Sweet"

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