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Outfit Inspiration for a Rockin’ New Year’s Eve


Are you stumped on what to wear to the one, two, or even three New Year’s Eve parties you’ve been invited to? Have you decided to take the plunge this year by hosting your own New Year’s Eve party? Are you ready to add a few new, on-trend pieces to your wardrobe that you can wear to other get-togethers or throw on for day-to-day wear in the future? If you answered ‘yes’ to one or more of the questions above, you’re in the right place! When choosing these three different outfit ideas, I considered three things: style, comfort, and fit. And since we’re focusing on trios in this article, allow me to add another fun trio: which girl represented by each outfit are you? We’d love to know!

Outfit #1: The Blair

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I used to love watching the show Gossip Girl because of the characters’ unbelievably glamorous fashion statements. My favorite outfits were worn by the character and Queen B, Blair Waldorf. Blair’s style is perfectly over-the-top, preppy, and classic all at once. This particular New Year’s Eve look has Blair Waldorf written all over it because of the structured glamour in the sparkly pencil skirt, the preppy look of the plaid button-down, and the sleekness of the navy pumps. You can re-create your own version of this outfit by wearing any style of sparkly, sequined skirt and pairing it with any color plaid button-down you already own. If it’s a cold day for you on New Year’s Eve, you can winterize this look by wearing sheer tights and heels (or booties!) while remaining Blair approved. If you want to add extra sparkle and pop, throw on a short statement necklace and a red lip!

Outfit #2: The Rose


When I think of the name Rose, I think of mature, timeless beauty. Jumpsuits, to me, are mature, classic, and timeless. They look great on many body types and are a perfect option if you want to wear something more unique than a dress or a skirt. Jumpsuits offer both comfort and class in one outfit, and they are easy to put on! You don’t have to hassle over styling two pieces together. In a jumpsuit, you have one whole outfit. Jumpsuits look best with heels because they work with the pants to slenderize the legs, creating a streamlined and structured look. All you need is a necklace or a pair of earrings and you’re ready to enjoy good company, delicious food, and the welcoming of a fresh, new year!

Outfit #3: The Sadie


I love the name Sadie. When I think of the name Sadie, I think of a spunky and spritely spirit. This dress and jacket combo create a fun, feminine, and edgy outfit that makes for practical day-to-night wear. You can throw on a jacket when you’re heading out the door to be productive for the day, and in the evening, you can head straight to your New Year’s Eve get together without giving your outfit a second thought because you already look party-ready! Throwing on a moto or a faux leather jacket over a dress automatically takes it up a notch because of its contrasting edge. If you want to look more casual, wear some tall boots or booties. Or, if you want to look more dressed up, wear sheer or herringbone tights with heels or rock your bare legs with heels! You can wear a simple gold or silver short necklace or a long necklace—the options are endless with this look!

So, are you going to embody your inner Blair, Rose, or Sadie? Scroll down below the Related Articles section to post your New Year’s Eve plan!

For more outfit ideas and fashion tips, read Four Perfect Holiday DressesWhy is Premium Denim So Pricey? 4 Things You Need to Know!, and How To Pick The Perfect Shade For Every Skin Tone




Chelsea is an aspiring writer and watercolor artist living in colorful Colorado with her dashing husband, Michael, and their two cuddly cats. Chelsea enjoys exploring historic mountain towns with Michael. Above all else, Chelsea loves Jesus and is passionate about loving His people and furthering His kingdom by utilizing her skills and abilities.

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