31 Dec

Well here it is, one of the most fun nights in everyday fashion: New Year’s Eve!!!

I hope you all are planning on going out, having some (safe!) fun, and dressing up in any way that makes you happy, whether that’s sweatpants on the couch or a fabulous designer gown for a black tie affair.

In my family we spent midnight when I was younger with some traditions, like shaking coins for a loud noise to scare away evils, and eating noodles for good luck, and turning on every light in the house for a bright and cheery new year.

And when it comes to your outfit what could be brighter than sequins! Sequins will always be in style for New Years Eve and Style.com and The Skinny blog have posted this fabulous round up of sequins from the runway. There is a look for almost every style in the realm of sparkle from one-shouldered mini’s to jumpsuits with top hats.

If you’re like me and picking out your outfit at the very last moment, use these photos for some inspiration….

“Pictured, from left to right: Burberry, Cynthia Steffe, Vena Cava, Just Cavalli, Versace, Emilio Pucci, Matthew Williamson, Carlos Miele, Hervé Léger by Max Azria, Richard Chai, Julien Macdonald, 3.1 Phillip Lim, Balmain, Tory Burch, Proenza Schouler, Chris Benz, Antonio Berardi, Oscar de la Renta, Isaac Mizrahi”

If I had my choice, hands down this Burberry Prorsum piece of beauty would be my choice:

I could be my very own Times Square crystal ball!

Seriously, these are some fierce outfits: so take some inspiration, make it your own, have an amaaaazing night, be safe and I’ll see you in 2010!




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