New Years Eve: Outfits

As it’s the last day of the year, I thought I would put together an outfit lookbook sort of thing. I got inspired after trying out lots of different clothes for the celebrations tonight. I hope you like and probably get some inspirations from them.

Number 1 -Going for Gold

Dress: Fdavenue
Boots: Barratts- Truffle Lace up Platform Ankle Boots*
This outfit just reminds me of the wonderful fire works display that goes off on New Years. The colours are quite classy I think but I love the length the most. I have been on the search for a long sleeved dress that falls just below the knee with a tight pencil fit at the bottom. Guess what… I went crazy and bought a few different colours but this one suits the occasion a lot more. There was a half price offer at fdavenue at the time so this was like £7! I don’t think they sell this dress anymore but there is a sale now on so go and check it out!
I won these Lita dupes from Barratts for doing a good deed recently so was over the moon about that! Ideally I wanted the studded leather like boots, Truffle Stud Trim Lace Up Ankle Boots but they ran out of my size. The reason why I love these so much is because I have been contemplating JC Litas but I know I won’t wear them as much as I’d like to for what they are worth. These are very identical and actually quite comfy too!

Number 2– Lady in red

Dress: TKmaxx
Tights: Primark
Shoes: New Look
This dress was the one I wore to the #bbloggersxmas event in London. I thought it was so appropriate for the xmas theme and still is. The material is gorgeous as it is really soft and the black is that of a velvet feel. I also love how it goes out at the bottom like a pwincess 🙂 haha I saw this in TKmaxx and once I saw the price tag of £16.99, I grabbed it up as this had been the type of dress I was looking for.
The shoes I paired it with were in the New Look sale for £8 and are at such a comfortable height. 

Number 3– Disco Disco

Top: Primark
Disco Pants: Daisystreet*
Shawl: vintage
Shoes: Topshop
This outfit is very comfortable with the flats. I made it slightly dressy with the netted shawl and the disco pants which can swing both casual and formal. You could even add a pair of heels to this if you wish to visualise it like that. Peplums are very flattering to add shape to the waist and were £8 when I got the but now £3 in Primark. Got get them! haha

So there it is, my three New Year’s Eve looks put together by personal looks I wanted to achieve but of course can be adapted.

Here is a mood board of additional outfits that caught my fancy:

I hope you liked the inspirations. I’m still wondering what to wear.

What are you wearing tonight?