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New Year’s Eve Style Tips

NYE is quickly approaching, and that means the party invitations will start flooding in. There’s no need to be overwhelmed by the idea of dressing for holiday parties, because Style Doctors has the ultimate New Year’s Eve Style Tips to get you through the season.

In order to be fully prepared and dressed your best from head to toe, you need to know the kind of party you’re attending and plan your outfit in advance. Our professional stylists offer a very helpful array of shopping appointments for occasions like these, and we’d love to get to know you, help you find the perfect outfit and take the stress out of your day.

Black Tie or Cocktail Party?

There are a few different kinds of parties around this time of the year, and each one requires a different dress code. The two most popular are black tie events and cocktail parties. The black tie events are self explanatory: suits, ties and evening gowns will be expected. Then there are cocktail parties, which usually happen after work. This is where your handy cocktail dress comes in, or even a matching separates combo, which you can even wear for work and then accessorise for later that evening.

Incorporate Trends

Some of the hottest trends this year — velvet, metallics, and sequins — belong in your NYE outfit. Go for a crushed velvet mini dress paired with tights and over the knee boots, or maybe a shimmering ombre midi skirt with a sleek turtleneck. If you prefer more minimal looks, incorporating these trends into your accessories — like metallic bags, jewelled earrings, or velvet heels — can be more subtle.

Velvet Body | Velvet Belt | Velvet Chain Bag | Burgundy Velvet Heels | Velvet Pleated Trousers | Peacock Feather Bag | Velvet Watch | Navy Faux Fur Jacket 

It’s important to branch out when you’re shopping for holiday outfits. Try something you wouldn’t normally pick up, and try on whole outfits at once. A circle skirt will never look good with the t-shirt you wore to the mall, and an evening gown won’t look right with trainers. Remember to contact our friendly stylists for more New Year’s Eve Style Tips and to book your appointment today!

by Molly

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