#StealAStyle from our favourite influencers and add a touch of You
Still undecided on what to wear for New Year's Eve parties tomorrow? Don't panic! Take a leaf from these style experts and add a touch of your personality. Start the New Year feeling and looking good. :)
Chase Away The Blues
Photo: Aimee Song @songofstyle
A pop of royal blue certainly spells festive! With such a strong luxurious colour, you can choose to wear it simply as a long dress or give it a little edge by having pleated details.
Photo: Irene Kim, @ireneisgood
Switch black for an equally flattering navy blue. And with those long fringe (love it!) and killer leather boots, you are ready to rock the party.
Photo: Liz Uy, @lizzzuy
A metallic turquoise velvet jacket is a fail-proof way to looking smart and yet not overly formal. Works with other vibrant colours such as metallic fuchsia, purple, yellow.
Photo: Camille Co, @itscamilleco
If you have to stick to black why not add some shimmer? Go for a slightly metallic touch and if you want to go bolder try something like this statement ruffle pants.
Photo: Alicia Roddy, @lissyroddyy
What's not to love about an emerald green velvet suit? This versatile look is a great way to pull of luxury lounge wear - feel comfortable and look stunning all together.
Photo: Chriselle Lim, @chrisellelim
A fiery red jacket instantly alleviates a simple causal tee plus jeans look. With a matching lip colour, go loud and bold as you welcome a brand new year and new start.
Photo: @chrisellelim featuring
Show some love and girl power by going colour coordinated with your gals in ombre pink! All shades of pink, champagne, rose, hot pink are welcomed.
Champagne and Glitter
If bold colours are not your style, then how about an all champagne ensemble? This look nails it and looks equally stunning. A matching thigh high boots completes the dress. A furry coat is a nice addition to keep you warm and fuzzy.
Photo: Rochelle Johnson, @iambeauticurve
A glittering wrap dress tones up the champagne colour without looking overly sparkly. And the crucial black linings just infused the right amount of sharpness and modernity.
Florals and Patterns
Photo: Qijin & Qwon, @q2han
Get fancy with a touch of floral prints on a pants or nice fitted top. For starters you can try wintry floral prints on black or other darker colours. If you want to up the game, then go for huge, spring floral prints on a statement outerwear, like this jacket above!