The Best Dresses to Wear to Your New Year’s Eve Party

It’s the very last fashion question of the year, and often one of the toughest to answer: What should I wear on New Year’s Eve?

The Sequin Dress

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There is perhaps no look more central to the New Year’s Eve wardrobe than the sequin dress. No matter what your age or the occasion, these dressy little accents add the most glitz and sparkle to your look without the need for any accessories at all! If you decide to wear sequins this year, keep your shoes, hair, and jewelry very minimal.

A Little Black Dress

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The little black dress is one of the easiest options for a New Year’s party. The odds are that you probably have one or two in your closet already, so if you want to spruce it up for NYE, look for bold statement jewelry like cocktail rings and necklaces doused in crystals and faux gems.

A Sweater Dress

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Not everyone wants to be out all night on New Year’s Eve. Whether you’ll host a small gathering at home or just enjoy a cozy night on the couch — a sweater dress is a perfect balance between style and comfort. There are plenty of options out there including on-trend turtlenecks and long simple styles, as well as mini dresses that fit close to the body — perfect for layering with a faux fur vest and over-the-knee boots.

A Festive Cocktail Dress

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Cocktail attire is often the dress code of choice for a New Year’s Eve party. Look for dresses in rich jewel tones and ones with embellishments that fit the mood.

A Velvet Dress

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Velvet was one of the biggest trends of the year, and we have no doubt that this luxe-looking, lush fabric will continue to dominate next year, too. Whatever your favorite body part might be, whatever you may want to hide or show off, there’s a velvet dress out there to flatter your figure and fit the mood of whatever you might be doing on NYE.

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