If you’re heading into 2020 hoping it will be your most stylish year yet, you will definitely want to start as you mean to go on, which is why we’re here to help you see in the New Year in show-stopping style. So, throw out the rule book and use these wardrobe updates instead. Here’s what to wear for New Year’s Eve…
Looking for an effortlessly glamorous throw-on that can transform you from zero to fashion super hero in one fell swoop? Look no further. This season’s capes are not only incredibly versatile, they ooze femininity and sophistication, too. You can keep it classic and black a la Chanel, or look to the likes of Gucci to spice things up with print and texture. The styling options are endless and this is a garment which really suits the most special of occasions.
Christmas may be over in the blink of an eye, but fashion’s penchant for bauble-esque earrings is here to stay. Fashion should always be light-hearted and fun, and we love it when a trend comes into play which is exactly that. Spanning the entire spectrum of the rainbow these super-sized jewels will add a colourful and playful edge to any NYE ensemble.
Minimalists look away now, maximalist glitz is officially in. And a glittering lip is guaranteed to add some disco-style drama to your look. It’s the ultimate high impact and low effort make-up trend as it only requires one sparkling product. Party face, sorted.
Meet the shoe that will party the night away with you, and ease you effortlessly into 2020, too. The mule won’t be leaving our style radar anytime soon so invest now, or regret it forever. You can pick a classic shape, or go for something with a little more pizzazz. No other shoe offers quite the same style kudos this season, or next so slip into a mule, now.
There’s definitely a little nostalgia involved in our current obsession with velvet accessories. From small embellished and fringed evening bags, to more structured baguette-style bags, there’s an ode to the ‘90s as well as 1920s with this round up of pretty pochettes. An easy way to elevate your New Year’s Eve outfit.
- Words by Elaine Lloyd-Jones
- Images: Getty Images, supplied