It's festive time and the party has only just begun. But, if you still haven't decided what outfit you are going to sport for the New Year bash, here are some tips that might help you look chic, making sure you ring in 2018 in style.
From picking a gold dress to calling red the colour of the season, fashion gurus including Sunaina Khera, Amit Aggarwal, Rutu Neeva and Saaksha & Kinni have given their expert opinion on what you can pick and try for the New Year party outing this year. Take a look.
A hand embroidered sequin slip dress is the perfect amount of bling to bring in the New Years. It’s an extremely fun and festive outfit which goes with the theme of any party.
Red Tulle Dress
This red hand embroidered tulle dress paired with a silk satin jacket is another great option for New Year’s Eve. Unapologetically bold, this outfit is a statement piece which is great if you want to stand out!
A Red Dress
Red is the colour of the season, and a contemporary cocktail dress in this feisty colour, promises to be a head turner! Add a little touch of sparkle with your shoes or statement earrings and you'll be ready to ring in the New Year in style!
Another outfit I would recommend for the bold and daring, is a metallic off-shoulder gown with a thigh high slit. It's an ideal piece to channel your inner fashion diva and make a statement this NYE!
Go bold with red
Go bold with red for New Years. The striking colour looks best on a classic silhouette. A minimalist strappy dress with clean lines is perfect. Pair it with heels and you’re party ready!
Black, a party staple
Black is a party staple because it never fails to look formal. Give a tweak to the classic LBD with dramatic, shoulder baring ruffles on a tea length bodycon. Make it interesting with a statement pair of shoes.
Saaksha & Kinni
The little black dress
This new years, opt for a little black dress but with a twist - a statement piece with an embellished collar. Rather than the usual embroidery, opt for heavy metals and stones.
Mix print with embellishments
Go bold by pairing prints with sequins. Choose feminine silhouettes like skirts and blouses and team them with edgy coats and capes for an unorthodox way to bring in the new years.