New Year’s Eve is just around the corner, and we hope you have prepped up your outfit for the night. Here are a few things to consider in order to welcome 2016.
DON’T | Wear head-to-toe sequins and become a part of the glitter brigade.
DO | Instead, update your LBD with a sequinned jacket or blouse.
DON’T | Carry a clutch as you want to keep your hands free while dancing.
DO | Go for a cross-body bag as it gives you room to carry your car keys, phone and make-up.
DON’T | Wear body-hugging dresses as everybody else would be donning the same.
DO | Make a statement with a straight-fit silk kurta or a bejewelled sari for the soiree. The trick is to accessorize well.
DON’T | Spend a bomb on your new year’s outfit.
DO | Why don’t you utilize that money to get an appointment with your hair-dresser and also get your nails done.
DON’T | And we mean don’t wear new shoes to a party. They will pinch and hurt, and give you a blister-prone morning.
DO | Wear shoes that have already been worn in or break in your shoes 4-5 times before the D-day. If you can, carry a pair of flats that you can sneakily slip-into at the after-party.
DON’T | Wear a short and revealing dress when going for an outdoor party.
DO | Carry a cover-up (preferably a velvet cover-up for this season). You can also look into the dress-over-pants phenomenon. Trust us; you are in the making of a huge trend.
Here’s to drinking and dancing the night away | Happy Holidays |