Your outfit is ready for the night | It’s time to go over our lists of do’s and don’ts to welcome 2016 in style
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
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