If you don’t feel like looking like a crystal ball for New Year’s Eve and would rather rely on your standby Little Black Dress (LBD), there are several ways you can “dress is up” or “change it up” to fit the part of a New Year’s Eve reveler. You’ll fit right in on NYE with these LBD transformations! And guess what? They’re easy adjustments and you’ll be all the more comfortable for it. Also, who says you can’t combine one, two, or even three of the suggestions below? Just don’t overdo it! But hey, it’s New Year’s Eve!
1. Sequin Jacket
Try a glimmering jacket and you’re sure to sparkle wherever you go for NYE! (Photo via Pinterest)
2. Metallic Belt
Update your LBD with a Metallic Belt. It slims the waist and adds a pop of shine to your outfit. (Photo via Pinterest)
3. Faux Fur Coat
Wearing a faux fur coat is a great way to stay warm! Let’s face it, most of us spend NYE in very cold places so a faux fur jacket is a welcomed addition to our outfit! Let’s take advantage of this 70’s inspired trend and pull out the faux fur in all colors and dress up our LBDs!
(Photo via Lookbook)
4. Statement Necklaces
Almost any outfit can benefit from a statement necklace. And when you wear one with your LBD, the dress plays background while your necklace takes center stage. So, for a très chic look, don’t hesitate to combine a bold statement necklace with your favorite LBD.
(Photo via Saniya Sharma)
5. Bright Color Heels
If you’re saving a pair of colorful heels to wear for this spring, STOP. Who says you can’t wear bright colors in the winter? Pull those beauties out from the back of your closet along with a gorgeous clutch and you’re got one great NYE outfit! (Photo via Love To Know)
6. Print Coats
Another way to stay both stylish and warm on NYE is to wear a bold print coat with your LBD. Not only does it create visual interest, but it is also functional. A print coat has the power to transform the most basic look, hence, the LBD. (Photo via Pink Basis)
Are You Inspired By Any of These Looks? What Are You Planning to Wear on New Year’s Eve?