outfits   //   December 18, 2018


MARC JACOBS Jacket (old) // MICHAEL KORS Sweater // MOTHER Jeans // TDE Phone Case

Fact: I never need an excuse to throw on something sparkly. Sequins are a year-round thing for me. However, for those who are less inclined to pull out the sparkle on the reg, New Year’s Eve is the perfect occasion to do it. The good news is that there’s no shortage of options when it comes to sparkle.

For those who need something extra fancy to ring in the new year, I love the dress options from Galvan. For example, this silver number (I also love it in pink) would be amazing.  I’m also kind of dying over Galvan’s silver jumpsuit. (Speaking of jumpsuit, check out this rose-gold one on sale!) On the more budget-friendly side, there’s this multi-colored sequin option from Saylor. Add some metallic sandals and you’re good to go. For more dresses that won’t break the bank, be sure to check out this section on ASOS. I’ve spotted lots of great under-$150 dresses like this one and this one there.

Planning on a more low-key New Year’s Eve? There’s plenty of options that will put a festive spin on a casual look. For example, I love the idea of wearing a top like this one or this one (under $125!) with a pair of jeans. This sequin option from Mango is great choice, too. You could also top off something as simple as a t-shirt and jeans with a sequin blazer like this one. Or do the reverse: skip the blue jeans altogether and instead, opt for a festive skirt (this one) or pair of pants like thesethese or these with a black sweater. Done and done.

I’ll be spending my New Year’s Eve at the beach but that doesn’t mean I’m leaving my sparkle at home. I’m planning on wearing these sequin pants with these sandals. (I’m also considering this dress as an option, too.) Bottom line: no matter what your NYE plans are, there’s a festive option for it. Scroll through below to shop my full edit.

Photos by Lindsey Weitzel

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