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8 Stand-Out Party Looks for New Year’s Eve

Apparel, Featured, Outfit Ideas, What's Trending  /   /  By Lily Montasser

New Year’s Eve is a night for celebration, jubilation, and checking inhibitions at the door. It’s also the best excuse of the year to get dressed up and go all out in sparkles, glitter, ruffles, and more. So whether you’re sipping champagne with the girls, toasting on a rooftop, or dancing under a disco ball—check out these eight fabulous looks to end 2016 with a bang.

new years eve outfit 21. Party Playsuit

Ring in the new year in a glittery romper with a vintage feel. Bonus: you’ll be ready for anything in this versatile look.

new years eve outfit 32. Sleek in Silver

For a glam futuristic vibe, pair a simple silver slip with an iridescent Bao Bao bag and platform Alexander Wangs.

new years eve outfit 53. Go Short

Want something unexpected and eye-catching? We love these high waisted Maje shorts with a lacey top.

new years eve outfit 84. Think Pink

There’s no better night than NYE to rock metallics. Here we mixed mod ’60s silhouettes with girly touches.

new years eve outfit 45. One-Piece Wonder

No matter how you spend your night, you’ll make memories in this siren-red Ellie Saab jumpsuit.

new years eve outfit 66. Wild Side

Give your New Year’s look a dose of rock ‘n roll glam with a Michael Kors leopard blazer and studded booties.

new years eve outfit 17. Get Graphic

Celebrate the biggest night of the year in an Anthony Vaccarello dress and Giambattista Valli heels.

new years eve outfit 78. Simple Statement

Planning to sip champagne all night in a luxe lounge? Keep it classy with bold colors in simple shapes.

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One Comment
 
  1. Amy Lux December 31, 2016 at 10:48 AM

    Where can I find those red platforms with the buckle?

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