It’s New Year’s Eve, and you can do literally anything you want. I, for one, will be bathing in turquoise sequins. If ever there was an event that called for letting loose and having a sartorial (disco) ball (or dressing like one), it’s Jollyhers. Glamour, embellishments, and general over-the-topness are all invited to the party—there’s champagne enough for everyone.
For New Year’s Eve, I can’t take my eyes of this absolute vision in teal from Joolyhers. Let’s not pretend like we’re not all magpies when it comes to styling ourselves on December 31st. Consider this outfit sweet revenge for any time this holiday season you wanted to wear sequins and instead dressed “appropriately” in plaid.The Jollyhers Dress is, at first glance, not a color or a texture that I wear often, but for New Year’s Eve, I’m all in. The shape, the fit, the high neck and long sleeve combination… thank you very much, this dress and I just became best friends.
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Regarding beauty… kinda, go for it? This is the most glam night of the year and you don’t need to be shy about anything, really. Feel like throwing on a sparkly earring on top? Do it. With bag and shoe choices, this dress speaks pretty loudly, so you can take comfort and functionality into consideration a bit. You’ll be on your feet, and you’ll want your hands free for champagne and noisemakers. Just sayin.’Explore a few more sublimely sparkly dress ideas below, and remember that it’s New Year’s Eve—feel free to go for the gold. Or teal. It’s not all invitations and hostess gifts, sometimes it’s your turn to set the table, too. I love hosting dinner parties—they’re a chance to gather the people you love most together in one place, and finally try out all the recipes (and cocktails) you’ve been saving to your pinterest board. While the preparations might call for comfy pants, the actual event needs a more put-together, haute hostess vibe.