1. Easy but Cool:
With slouchy pants and matte gold accessories, this is the outfit you wear if you’re not really doing anything on New Year’s Eve but going out to dinner.
2. Effortless but Glitzy:
Here’s a similar idea but in silver instead. The importance of staying comfy is not something to underestimate! You can wear a slouchy shirt and slouchy pants and still look like you tried just enough.
3. Keeping it Disheveled:
Even if you can’t bother with an updo or heels, you’ll still get noticed in that shiny metallic motorcycle jacket.
4. Shiny Dress, Bold Accessories:
Keeping it simple, clean and geometric guarantees that you won’t come anywhere close to crossing the “tacky party girl” line.
5. Stay Tough:
It’s hard to look ethereal, celestial and tomboyish, but this look accomplishes that nicely.
6. For Dancing All Night:
For the more retro-inclined: metallics catapult thrift-store pieces into the future.
7. The Dinner Party Outfit:
A blazer can temper a sequined dress to downplay the whole “LOOK AT ME!!” aspect of wearing something so flashy.
8. Not-Your-Typical Party Dress:
Instead of crazy sparkles, wear a really intense, bright color. Keep the accessories small and feminine.
9. Stunning Color Combo #1:
10. Stunning Color Combo #2:
11. And if you’re looking to go ALL OUT…
You can totally wear all of these pieces at once and not look ridiculous.
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