The Top Trends for New Year Dressing

Sizzling New Year's Eve Style

Whether your plans involve a cozy romantic dinner for two, a wild night out clubbing with your BFFs or a trip to the Big Apple to see the ball drop, New Year's Eve can inspire your inner fashionista.

But what's trending this year? And how can you ring in 2014 looking like the goddess you are? Jeanette Zinno, beauty and style expert for makes it easy.

  • Forget the little black dress, gold is in! "Go for an LGD – a little gold dress – and keep your shoes and accessories simple," she says. "Sequins are my go-to for New Year's Eve and never go out of style."
  • If your NYE outfit is destined to be a one-hit wonder, hit up one of the less-expensive, trendier stores rather than shelling out a fortune for a sparkly Alexander Wang gown. (We won't tell anyone!) Forever 21's Bombshell Sequin Dress retails for just $27.80.
  • Don't have time to shop? "New Year's Eve is a great time to wear something in your closet that has been waiting to go out all year long. Try a bold color you never wear, like RED," Zinno says. Another idea: "Borrow from the boys and wear a tuxedo-inspired dress OR pair cigarette pants with a fitted tuxedo-inspired shirt."
  • Your outfit is only one part of sizzling New Year's style. Embrace the New Year with a bold lip color like purple, and glam it up further with a metallic smoky eye shadow, Zinno says. Try falsies or glitter accents to your makeup. [Tip: Sephora puts them both on ... for free.]
  • Don't forget to take some selfies or other photos and post them on Instagram and other social media sites. #NewYearsEve #NYE #GoddessGossip

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Mind the Gap

+40% The percentage of Americans who make New Year's resolutions every year

8% The percentage of us who actually keep them!

Source: University of Scranton


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