5 New Year’s Eve Outfit Ideas

Now is a good time to start thinking about an outfit for New Year’s Eve. Whether you’re heading to a party or having dinner with friends, it’s the one night you can make the most of dressing up with sparkling, embellished and metallic details. Here’s what to wear to ring in 2023…

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Eva Franco Floral Appliqué Skirt, £160 | Anthropologie

Look 1

When the dress code calls for glamour and the weather requires something a little warmer, a full skirt and a cosy knit are a winning combination. Try a statement piece like this floral appliqué skirt with a simple knit and classic accessories.

Look 2

If you're hosting at home and want something comfortable yet elevated, opt for a silky co-ord. The forgiving print on this version will disguise any minor spills, and the gold kitten heels and cuff add a touch of extra polish.

Pure Silk Printed Long Sleeve Shirt, £150 | Jaegar
Embellished Party Knit Jacket, £150 | Boden

Look 3

These black satin trousers are a chic alternative to a dress or skirt. The wide leg and floor-skimming length add drama but are smart enough for any formal occasion. Embellished accessories and a decorative knit provide an extra festive finish.

Look 4

For a smart-casual seasonal look, perfect for dinner parties, keep it tonal with soft, toffee-hued separates. Heeled boots and a smattering of gold accessories take the look from day to night with minimum effort.

Scoop-Neck Jumper, £89 | Arket
Magda Cardigan, £115 | Sezane

Look 5

This look lends itself to almost any occasion and each piece will work hard well beyond NYE. Whether you’re heading out for dinner or to an intimate gathering, winter whites paired with contrasting black accessories never fail to look chic.

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