the new New Years Eve

December 20, 2012



The past couple of years (including this one) I've opted out of the quintessential sparkly dress for hashtag NYE, as to not drown in the expected sea of sequins. I posted these two pant looks on District South (fab new blog on the block) this week as new New Years Eve attire options. Knowing it is hard to break from the sequin mini, I included a couple ways to wear those too. What do you think? Best night of the year to be bedazzled? Or... new year, new you, new suit? See the outfits here and let us know!


"There is never a better measure of what a person is than what he does when he's absolutely free to choose." - William M. Bulger

9 comments:

  1. love the velvet heels and pink jcrew pants! i have to bust out my green velvet blazer this year!

    -Lauren
    http://ourprettypieces.blogspot.com/

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  2. this has got to be one of my favorite posts of yours! i love it all and NEED both those pants in my life, asap!

    xo,Taylor
    iLikeMyClothesTaylored.blogspot.com

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  3. I need more velvet in my life!! These are very "Carrie-Bradshaw-celebrates-NYE" and I LOVE it! xx

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  4. i need every one of these pieces in my life!

    xoxo stylelista
    www.stylelistaconfessions.com

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  5. Ha! I just posted my NYE outfit options today...and yes, they all include sequin. I couldn't help it!!!

    From,
    Wearing Sequin Along W/ Everybody & Their Mother on NYE.
    Six2Eleven

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  6. I want all the pieces. Now. Love this collection! x

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  7. love the twist on new year's fashion and seriously cannot wait to see the colors/prints you rock to ring in 2013.

    xo
    d
    www.louwhatwear.com

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