What will you be wearing when the ball drops?
We’ve seen enough body-con dresses, sequined skirts, and LBDs this party season to last a lifetime. If you think so too, check out these bolder, more exciting options that are sure to leave your party guests stunned – in a good way! So strap on your big-girl boots, because these style trends take some major confidence to pull off.
Tailored pants and jackets definitely aren’t just for men. A great pantsuit can lend your physique a fitted silhouette, and even Priyanka Chopra was seen loving the androgynous look.
If you’re looking for an alternative way to shine this NYE without all the overdone sparkle, let Parineeti Chopra inspire you with her pink metallic skirt. Metallics are currently all the rage, and we know they’re going to be a major hit well into January.
3. SHEER EVERYTHING
Welcome 2017 by ditching the old cut-outs and opting for some sheer panelling instead. You could even look to Deepika Padukone’s iconic Prabal Gurung dress for inspiration.
4. ELECTRIC COLORS
Gone are the days of boring black and humdrum reds. If you’re hoping to be the centre of attention, try a rich a cobalt blue like Bipasha Basu did at IIFA 2016. We can’t keep our eyes off her!
5. ETHNIC WEAR – WITH A TWIST
We think Sonam Kapoor’s look from Cannes 2016 really is one for the books. The unexpected gown-like draping paired with the reflective pallu accentuates the desi belle vibe, and would look absolutely beautiful at any formal New Year’s party.
NYE means lots and lots of dancing, which can get pretty difficult if you’re uncomfortable. That’s why sportswear is the perfect style craze to try this 31st! Take a hint from Alia Bhatt’s choice of Adidas coordinates and keep the colors neutral to make sure you aren’t too casual.
There’s nothing more luxurious than a lush fur coat to complete your outfit. Blend in with the glamorous and keep warm by donning some thick (faux) fur like Aishwarya Rai did in Ae Dil Hai Mushkil.
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